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    China vows to strengthen socialist rule of law

    As the Chinese Communist party wrapped up an annual conclave and its top leaders vowed to strengthen “the socialist rule ofJamil Anderlini in Beijing

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    Western analysts fear blowback from Russia sanctions

    At a state-sponsored conference in a plush mountain retreat near Sochi that was supposed to host Russia’s G8 summit – beforeNeil Buckley in Sochi

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    Cloud computing still castles in the air for some tech investors

    In the enterprise technology world, generational transitions in computing that seem obvious often take a decade or more toRichard Waters

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    Nato flexes muscles in Baltics amid Russian adventurism

    In his first official trip as the new secretary-general general of Nato this month, Jens Stoltenberg chose to go to Poland.Sam Jones in Łask

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    Beware the Chinese FX reserve fall

    The latest from SocGen’s Albert Edwards features this eye-catching chart: As he notes, the most under-covered Chinese statIzabella Kaminska

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    GM’s third-quarter earnings double but recalls hurt cash flow

    General Motors’ earnings doubled in the third quarter as the US carmaker benefited from strong demand in North America forAndy Sharman in London

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    Mining for shells in Ukraine

    Alexander Khudoteply/AFP A Ukrainian soldier carries an unexploded shell during demining works in a field near theJamie Han

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    Fury – film review

    As a vision of the fag-end of war, David Ayer’s Fury is both set-piece impressive and claustrophobically exciting, with aAntonia Quirke

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    NHS report provokes ill-tempered debate

    Political debate on the future of the UK health service descended into point-scoring between the health secretary and theElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    The Babadook – film review

    A properly lyrical little horror film, The Babadook, set in suburban Australia, watches an exhausted single mum fail to copeAntonia Quirke

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