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    Israel strikes Gaza in response to rocket fire

    The Israeli military struck four targets in the Gaza Strip overnight after a Grad rocket was fired from the PalestinianJohn Reed in Jerusalem

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    National pride assuaged in Aer Lingus stake sale to IAG

    Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport once cheekily boasted of being London’s third runway, thanks to the number of UK connectionsPeggy Hollinger, Industry Editor

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    Washington backs Oracle in Google case

    The US administration has backed Oracle in a landmark legal case against Google that some tech experts have warned could putRichard Waters in San Francisco

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    Hong Kong retailers set for plunge in rental costs

    Rents in Hong Kong, home to some of the world’s most expensive shopping streets, are forecast to fall by up to 20 per centBen Bland in Hong Kong

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    Further reading

    Elsewhere on Wednesday, - “A sufficiently large market predicting an individual’s death is also, necessarily, anDavid Keohane

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    Six Fifa officials arrested on US graft charges

    Swiss police launched an early-morning raid at a luxury hotel in Zurich on Wednesday to arrest six Fifa officials as part ofJohn Aglionby and Malcolm Moore in London and Kara Scannell and Matthew Garrahan in New York

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    IMF gives RMB the OK, Fifa arrests, Hello Fishy

    China's currency has received a vote of confidence from the International Monetary Fund, which declared that it was 'noAmie Tsang

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    You can sign up to receive the email here. China’s currency has received a vote of confidence from the InternationalAmie Tsang

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    Turkey’s election will put Erdogan to the test

    Turkey’s future is at stake in the general election on June 7. There is little doubt the ruling Justice and DevelopmentDavid Gardner

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    Sterling, productivity and central bankers

    Unemployment cannot fall much more in Japan, the UK and the US without inflation rising. The actual growth of gross domesticAndrew Smithers

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