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The minister in charge of Japan’s “Abenomics” project has signalled that a second increase in consumption tax will go ahead By Ben McLannahan in Tokyo
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To promote last week’s release of Khoobsurat, a Bollywood film produced by Disney’s Indian subsidiary, actress Sonam Kapoor By James Crabtree in Mumbai
John Key has secured a third successive term as New Zealand’s prime minister, with the ruling National Party capitalising on By Jamie Smyth in Cairns
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Up to 60,000 Syrian Kurdish refugees arrived in Turkey on Saturday, according to Numan Kurtulmus, the deputy prime minister, By Piotr Zalewski
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Gordon Brown, former UK prime minister, on Saturday vowed to ensure that promises made by politicians to deliver more powers By Maija Palmer
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