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El Deafo, by Cece Bell, Amulet Books, RRP£13.99/£6.99 A memoir about growing up with hearing loss, told in graphic novelJames Lovegrove
Nixon, Kissinger and the Shah: The United States and Iran in the Cold War, by Roham Alvandi, OUP, RRP£35.99/$55 Knowledge ofTony Barber
Roy Jenkins: A Well-Rounded Life, by John Campbell, Jonathan Cape, RRP£30 The biography of a centre-left politician whoGideon Rachman
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The Indian government is planning to reduce its stake in state-controlled banks as the burden of recapitalisation weighs onAvantika Chilkoti in Mumbai
Switzerland’s “anyone can initiate a referendum if they’ve got enough signatures” society gets to vote on the “Save ourIzabella Kaminska
It has taken Ana Botín only two months to stamp her authority on the vast financial empire she took over from her lateTobias Buck in Madrid
Brazil’s economy crawled out of technical recession in the third quarter, boosted by government spending, but the low rateBy Joe Leahy in São Paulo
Nathan Rubens trudged along the damp streets of his native Lille in northern France one evening this week to attend a smallAdam Thomson in Lille
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