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Deutsche Bank’s co-chief executive, Jürgen Fitschen, is to stand trial in Germany on charges relating to a long-runningJames Shotter in Frankfurt
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Boris Nemtsov was shot dead amid a growing climate of fear in Russia under President Vladimir Putin. John Thornhill, FT5m 37secs
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