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    Parrot sees drone sales gain altitude

    Henri Seydoux presses a button on his smartphone and the drone rises smoothly off the ground and hovers in the centre of hisMichael Stothard in Paris

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    Drinks companies shaken by rouble turmoil

    Economic turmoil in Russia could lead to double-digit downgrades at leading drinks companies as the collapse of the roubleKadhim Shubber

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    Rich Russians head for UK in record numbers

    Rich Russians are gaining entry to the UK in record numbers amid a worsening economic outlook in their home country. TheCaroline Binham and Helen Warrell in London

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    Is the west clinically depressed?

    To some people, the future will always be behind them. Rarely, however, has such gloom covered most of the western world atEdward Luce

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    Mexico tackles police reform as outrage at drug violence grows

    It is dark on a weekday early evening and a Fuerza Civil convoy is lining up to drive out of barracks and out on patrol inBy Jude Webber in Monterrey

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    War-torn South Sudan under economic attack from fall in oil price

    War-torn South Sudan is receiving what traders say is arguably the lowest oil price in the world, $20-$25 a barrel, becauseJavier Blas in London and Katrina Mansion in Nairobi

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    Pakistan executes four convicted militants

    Pakistan executed four convicted militants on Sunday, as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif sought to show he was getting tough onBy Farhan Bokhari in Islamabad and Amy Kazmin in New Delhi

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    Obama’s Cuba-led pivot in Latin America

    Dilma Rousseff, the Brazilian president, spoke for many when she remarked last week that US President Barack Obama’s move to

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    Investment: Loser’s game

    The debate over how our savings should be managed has raged for years. Should our retirement funds be placed, as they haveJohn Authers

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    A Christian leader who is living in the real world

    Across much of the western world, Christmas has long lost its connotation as a religious festival and seems increasingly a

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