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    Beijing subway bans Halloween costumes

    Masked revellers, beware. The Beijing subway is not the place for you. The Chinese capital on Friday banned HalloweenLucy Hornby in Beijing

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    Further reading

    Elsewhere on Friday, - In Kobani, for the first time, Isis was fighting an enemy that in important respects resembledDavid Keohane

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    Bank of Japan opts for another dose of shock and awe

    It was the day that “Abenomics” roared back. On Friday morning, a report in the Nikkei newspaper that the national pensionBen McLannahan in Tokyo

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    Melbourne Cup: Australia's global race

    The two mile race around Melbourne's Flemington race track and the $6.2m in prize money attracts horses from around the3m 59secs

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    ‘Race that stops a nation’ goes global

    For more than a century it was dubbed “the race that stops a nation”. But a pioneering strategy to internationalise theJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    Australian betting market off to the races

    It was February 2009 and Australia’s A$22bn (US$19bn) betting market had recently opened to foreign competitors. IrishJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    Your Abe put [updated]

    Since we can’t put charts in the Cut without borking format for a bunch of readers, here’s what a surprise commitment fromDavid Keohane

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    BoJ stuns investors by expanding monetary easing programme

    The Bank of Japan stunned investors on Friday by expanding its ultra-aggressive monetary easing programme, saying that aBen McLannahan in Tokyo

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    US stays on course

    John Authers reports from New York on a day when none of the new data upset the markets' apple-cart. The strengthening1m 51secs

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    China property sales jump in October - survey

    There may be some light at the end of the tunnel for China’s beleaguered housing market, according to a survey of realRafael Halpin

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