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    House prices falling in a third of UK, study shows

    House prices are falling in almost a third of the UK’s local housing markets, according to research findings that suggestKate Allen, Property Correspondent

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    Sweden’s snap election turns up heat under immigration rhetoric

    Einstein is being invoked these days in Stockholm. His probably apocryphal saying that insanity is doing the same thingRichard Milne in Stockholm

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    Clipstone diverts to Channel Islands exchange

    Clipstone, a logistics real estate investment trust, has raised £40m through a flotation on the Channel Island’s StockJosephine Cumbo

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    Egypt and Qatar inch towards detente after Saudi-brokered talks

    President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said Egypt “looked forward to turning the page on past differences” with Qatar followingBy Heba Saleh in Cairo

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    Samaras in last-ditch bid to avert snap election amid bribe claims

    Greece’s beleaguered prime minister Antonis Samaras has offered last-minute concessions to persuade opposition lawmakers toKerin Hope in Athens

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    Law firms take flak after Al-Sweady army torture inquiry

    They are law firms best known for bringing human rights cases against the government in the British courts, with one evenJane Croft

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    US struggles to find response to N Korea hack attack

    The Obama administration struggled over the weekend to strike an appropriate public response to the devastating computerRichard Waters in San Francisco

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    In the next act of the eurozone’s economic drama, keep a close eye on Spain

    The eurozone has been in limbo in 2014: no longer in the depths of crisis but not yet firmly on the road to the recovery.Stephanie Flanders

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    GM sticks to small vehicles plans despite oil price drop

    General Motors remains committed to improving its small, fuel-efficient vehicle line-up even though the recent oil priceRobert Wright in New York

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    Plan to expel non-EU graduates from UK attacked

    Leading universities have criticised plans being promoted by the UK home secretary that would force students from outsideKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

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