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    The UK has fired back at growing domestic criticism of a planned EU trade deal with the US, accusing unions and other By Shawn Donnan and Brian Groom

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    Fears rise that conversions will lead to dearth of London office space

    London is expected to lose millions of square feet of offices because of government plans to further relax the planning By Kate Allen

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    Indian power groups’ shares surge on hope of coal rights reversal

    Shares in Indian industrial groups including Adani Power and Tata Power surged on Monday, after the country’s government By James Crabtree in Mumbai

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    Q&A: Pakistan protests

    Why the trouble now after last year’s successful election? The real origins of the two big demonstrations that began in By Victor Mallet

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    China: saving the Yellow River

    China's Yellow River supports one in every 12 people in the country. But as the economy booms, demand for water has grown, 11m 51secs

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    Vijay Mallya declared ‘wilful defaulter’ by United Bank of India

    Vijay Mallya, the Indian liquor baron once known as the King of Good Times, was on Monday declared a “wilful defaulter” by By Amy Kazmin in New Delhi

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    Patrolling the Golan Heights

    Menahem Kahana/AFP Israeli soldiers block a main road near the Quneitra border crossing in the Israeli-occupied Golan Jamie Han

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    Beijing offers money for mixed marriages in bid to quell Uighurs

    Chinese authorities in the restive western region of Xinjiang have begun offering large cash incentives for interracial By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing

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    Always turn to note 10

    On August 28 Afren, the Nigerian oil and gas company listed in London, announced that it has temporarily suspended Iain Dan McCrum

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    Espírito Santo: lessons for investors

    The recent bailout of Portugal’s Espirito Santo has raised fears about potential crises elsewhere in Europe’s financial 4m 20secs

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