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The Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced on Monday that it was selling its investments in the coal industry and in Canada’s By Pilita Clark and Ed Crooks in New York
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Ed Miliband will on Tuesday announce plans to use a “mansion tax” to fund increased NHS spending, as he launches what he By George Parker in Manchester
Militias from the Shia Houthi movement consolidated their control of the Yemeni capital on Monday, just a day after signing By Peter Salisbury in Sana’a and Simeon Kerr in Dubai
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