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    India’s diamond polishers lose their sparkle

    Avantika Chilkoti in Surat Few brides-to-be are likely to know the stone in their diamond ring has probably been cut and

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    China’s developers face more price pain

    Chinese property developers are finding themselves forced to sacrifice profits to boost sales, as the downturn in theJosh Noble in Hong Kong

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    Australia to join China-led bank despite US opposition

    Australia plans to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, it said on Sunday, reversing a previous decision to stayJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    Islamist groups seize Syrian city of Idlib for first time

    Rebels led by al-Qaeda’s Syrian branch say they have seized control of the northern city of Idlib, the second provincialErika Solomon in Beirut

  2. 10 hours ago

    Arab League discusses joint military force to counter Iran and Isis

    Arab leaders meeting at a summit in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh were expected on Saturday to agree to theHeba Saleh in Cairo

  3. 11 hours ago

    Islamist groups seize Syrian city Idlib for first time

    BEIRUT, March 28 — Islamist groups including al-Qaeda’s Nusra Front have seized the city of Idlib for the first time in

  4. 11 hours ago

    Nicola Sturgeon calls on Labour to form anti-Conservative pact

    Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish National party leader, has called on Labour to join her in a pledge to keep the ConservativesMure Dickie in Glasgow

  5. 14 hours ago

    Yemen’s ousted president vetoes ceasefire

    Yemen’s ousted president Abd-Rabbu Hadi has effectively vetoed calls for a ceasefire in the war-torn country, saying airPeter Salisbury

  6. March 28, 2015

    Reversal of fortune

    The story of the markets in the first quarter has been the flow of money out of US equities and towards Europe. John Authers2m 45secs

  7. March 27, 2015

    Intel in talks to acquire Altera for more than $10bn

    Intel is in talks to acquire Altera, a maker of “programmable” processors, in a deal likely to exceed $10bn, according toTim Bradshaw in San Francisco and James Fontanella-Khan in New York

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