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Dutch electronics group Philips plans to split its business in two by spinning off its lighting business – in effect ending By Duncan Robinson
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The Israeli army said on Tuesday that it had shot down a Syrian fighter jet that flew into Israeli-controlled airspace on By Joel Greenberg in Jerusalem
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The eurozone’s economic recovery continued to falter in September, with a closely watched poll of purchasing managers By Claire Jones in Frankfurt
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