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Russian negotiators walked out of talks aimed at ending a months-long dispute over gas deliveries to Ukraine in the earlyJack Farchy in Moscow, Chirstian Oliver in Brussels and Roman Olearchyk in Kiev
When Michael Sata won Zambia’s elections three years ago, the country’s currency slumped to a one-year low against theAndrew England in Johannesburg
What is Snapchat for? That’s the $10bn question, if its recent investment talks with Yahoo are any measure. In some waysTim Bradshaw
Addressing the UN last month, US President Barack Obama appeared to have Turkey squarely in his sights when he declaredDaniel Dombey – Istanbul
China will allow foreign companies to clear electronic payments in its domestic market, its cabinet said on Thursday,Gabriel Wildau in Shanghai
Bayer’s shift towards life sciences including the acquisition of Merck’s consumer health business has led the GermanJeevan Vasagar in Berlin
Some say of Barclays “nothing else can go wrong”. This betrays a woeful lack of vision. Within the past two days the bank,By Jonathan Guthrie
The death of Michael Sata, Zambia’s president, could delay an International Monetary Fund visit to the southern AfricanAndrew England
ConocoPhillips reported a 12 per cent drop in underlying earnings per share for the third quarter as the fall in oil pricesEd Crooks in New York
Dar Yasin/AP A Kashmiri boatman rows his boat on the Dal Lake surrounded by dense fog on a cold morning in Srinagar, India.Annabel Cook
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