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    Towing HMS Plymouth

    Peter Byrne/PA A statue from Another Place by Anthony Gormley is seen in the foreground as HMS Plymouth is towed away from Annabel Cook

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    Protests continue in Ferguson

    Larry W. Smith/EPA Police in riot gear move in to make arrests as demonstrators protest the shooting death of Michael Brown Annabel Cook

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    Time to dust off old euro crisis strategies

    The euro area has lived a charmed life in the two years since European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said he would do By Trevor Greetham

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    France calls for global action to combat Isis

    France has called for an international conference to discuss ways of combating Islamist militants that have seized large By Hugh Carnegy in Paris

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    Businesses must do the hard work of exploring leaders' hang-ups

    Most chief executives think of themselves as rational. Certainly, in the world of closely scrutinised listed companies, it Andrew Hill

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    PE groups take a second bite at the apple

    European private equity groups, which have mastered the art of selling assets to one another, are now going one step By Anne-Sylvaine Chassany, Private Equity Correspondent

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    FTSE 100 supported by defensive stocks

    The FTSE 100 slipped back in cautious opening trade on Wednesday as investors absorbed minutes from the Bank of England’s By Michael Hunter

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    Aboriginals left behind by Australia's mining boom

    Port Hedland may be one of the richest places in Australia, but for some of its original inhabitants, life is a struggle.The 4m 18secs

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    Vox Scots - 'Devo max' appeals to no one

    With the No campaign still holding onto a poll lead, talk has turned to ‘devo max’, the devolution of further powers to Maija Palmer

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    Japan trade deficit narrows as exports rise

    Japan suffered its 25th consecutive monthly trade deficit in July, a larger than expected Y964bn ($9.3bn). Yet as recent By Jonathan Soble in Tokyo

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