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The past year will be remembered as one of the Middle East’s most tumultuous, a time of political decadence and shatteredRoula Khalaf, Foreign editor
The age of ships, aeroplanes, tanks and troops as a measure of military might is waning because of big data,Sam Jones, Defence and Security Editor
Fifa’s strategy to contain damaging World Cup bidding allegations was in shreds on Wednesday after the lawyer whoRoger Blitz, Leisure Industries Correspondent
BlackBerry launched its latest smartphone, the Classic, on Wednesday just steps away from the Wall Street Bull sculpture inDavid Crow in New York
A specialist unit to fight bribery and corruption is to be set up to try to clamp down on white-collar crime in the City,Elizabeth Rigby and Caroline Binham in London
The destinations are unremarkable: New York, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale. But, if successful, the gamble Norwegian AirBy Jane Wild
Russian investigators have released billionaire Vladimir Yevtushenkov — whose oil company, Bashneft, had been nationalised —Courtney Weaver in Moscow
George Osborne hopes to raise £3bn by selling another chunk of the government’s stake in Lloyds Banking Group in a move thatEmma Dunkley and Jim Pickard
Oil drillers Nabors Industries, Noble Corp and Transocean surged as investors returned to the companies left with theRichard Blackden in New York and Robin Wigglesworth in London
Diageo was a laggard on Wednesday as investors took fright at a cautious update on its largest business. The Smirnoff makerBryce Elder
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