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BP has tried to remove the administrator of compensation payments under its settlement for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon By Ed Crooks
The US and EU on Tuesday urged Israel’s government to reverse its decision to appropriate nearly 1,000 acres of West Bank By John Reed in Jerusalem
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Until this week’s polls, investors had largely disregarded the September 18 Scottish independence referendum, pointing to By Delphine Strauss, Harriet Agnew and Andrew Bolger
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