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    Tunisia PM calls for help to fight back against militant attacks

    The attacker who gunned down tourists on a Tunisian beach last week was trained in Libya during a holiday from university,Erika Solomon in Tunis

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    Deutsche rejects watchdog claim that Jain lobbied for traders’ €130m bonus

    Deutsche Bank’s outgoing co-head, Anshu Jain, was embroiled in a furious row on Tuesday with German financial regulatorsCaroline Binham and Martin Arnold in London

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    Turkey considers setting up safe zone inside Syria

    Turkey said on Tuesday it was considering the establishment of a safe zone inside Syria but would not make any moves withoutPiotr Zalewski in Istanbul

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    US general warns UK of danger of putting technology over manpower

    Army chiefs are “deluded” if they believe they can keep cutting the number of soldiers while relying on new forms ofKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

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    Mick Davis is ready to make a contrarian bet on thermal coal

    Mick Davis, former chief executive of Xstrata, knows coal. By the time Xstrata was sold to Glencore in 2013, Mr Davis hadJames Wilson and Neil Hume

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    Yen is running out of wiggle room

    The Greek spectacle has descended from high drama to low farce, with the troubled country putting in a cheeky request forJames Mackintosh

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    US housing stages ‘lopsided’ recovery

    The lasting legacy of the US housing crash has ranked at the top of the so-called “headwinds” that Federal Reserve policySam Fleming in Washington

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    Deutsche Bank: John Cryan’s clean-up job

    Deutsche Bank’s “passion to perform” advertising slogan — translated tortuously from the original German — was never totallyBy Martin Arnold, Patrick Jenkins and James Shotter

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    Payment failure pitches IMF into uncharted territory

    Greece was on Tuesday set to become the first advanced economy to miss a payment to the International Monetary Fund in itsShawn Donnan in Washington

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    Protect asset managers from the armchair doom-mongers

    Do asset managers pose a growing systemic risk to the economy? This month the Reserve Bank of Australia and the BaselHuw van Steenis

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