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    Eurozone tells Greece no deal without IMF

    European leaders have told Greece there will be no deal to release desperately-needed bailout aid without approval from thePeter Spiegel in Brussels, Alex Barker in Riga and Stefan Wagstyl in Berlin

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    Good times fade away: compliance holds sway in forex trading

    Impact of forex fines After $10bn in fines for misconduct, multiple releases of humiliating staff transcripts and scores ofKatie Martin and Philip Stafford in London

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    Is it time to rethink our ideas about preserving world heritage?

    It is the worst cultural heritage emergency since world war two,” says Michael Danti, academic director of the SyrianJonathan Foyle

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    Former communities secretary Eric Pickles awarded knighthood

    Relieved of his role as the UK’s communities secretary in last week’s cabinet reshuffle, Eric Pickles was on Friday given aElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    China’s rebalancing challenge

    How hard will it be for China to move away from an industry and investment-led growth model to one more driven by theRafael Halpin

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    Axa pledges to divest €500m of coal assets by end of 2015

    Axa, one of the world’s largest insurers, has become the first global financial institution to shun investments in coalPilita Clark in Paris

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    A guide to African currencies: the Milk Index

    In 1986 The Economist magazine famously created its Big Mac Index, a guide to the fair value of a currency based on theNeville Mandimika, Atria Africa

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    Southeast Asia grapples with migrant crisis

    A humanitarian crisis that has left thousands of Rohingya migrants stranded at sea prompted a temporary offer of refuge from3m 48secs

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    Warburtons and its greatest thing since sliced bread

    For Warburtons, the 600m-long strip of dough winding through its new £20m production line in Burnley is the greatest thingAndrew Bounds

  7. FT Photo Diary



    Supplying Afghanistan

    A man and his cart loaded with sacks of vegetables near the Afghan border in Chaman, Pakistan on Friday. The merchants waitJamie Han

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