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    Remembering Christmas Day in Afghanistan, 1979

    On the morning of December 25, 1979, I was shopping in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Late the previous night there had been garbledAhmed Rashid

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    Japan inflation slips to 14-month low

    Inflation in Japan dropped to a 14-month low in November, in what policy makers hope will be a temporary lull caused by theBen McLannahan in Tokyo

  3. John Authers on the case for the US equity bulls in 2015: the...
    December 26, 2014

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    Charts for Christmas: bull case for US equities

    John Authers on the case for the US equity bulls in 2015: the US labour market is strengthening and corporate revenues are1m 45secs

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    Aboriginal villages in Australia under threat

    Dickie Bedford was born in the 1960s at a time when thousands of aboriginal people were being evicted from pastoral cattleJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    North Korea farce packs US theatres

    The jokes were frequent and raunchy, the bloodshed comically exaggerated, and the audience ate it up at a sold-out ChristmasShannon Bond in New York

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    City Link falls into administration threatening 2,700 jobs

    City Link, the postal delivery company, has gone into administration, threatening 2,727 jobs and underscoring cut-throatGill Plimmer

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    Moscow seeks to reassure public that rouble crisis is over

    The Russian government sought to reassure the public that the country’s currency crisis was over, but warned of economicKathrin Hille in Moscow

  5. December 24, 2014

    Sony releases North Korea film online in US

    Sony Pictures released The Interview online on Wednesday in the US, a day before the film was set to appear in about 300Shannon Bond in New York

  6. December 24, 2014

    Japan’s SMFG defends culture of cross-shareholdings between groups

    The president of Japan’s second-biggest banking group has put up a defence of cross-shareholdings, which have been blamed byBen McLannahan in Tokyo

  7. December 24, 2014

    Crimea hit by blackout amid mounting Ukraine electricity crisis

    Widespread blackouts hit Crimea after Ukraine cut electricity supplies to the Russian-occupied peninsula of 2m people,Roman Olearchyk in Kiev

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