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    India and Japan send signal with bear hug

    It was if they were lovebirds, publicly flaunting plans for a long-anticipated rendezvous. “I am eagerly awaiting your By Amy Kazmin in New Delhi and Ben McClanahan in Tokyo

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    Profile: Federica Mogherini

    Federica Mogherini, the 41-year old Italian foreign minister, will have much to prove in her new job as EU foreign policy By FT reporters

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    Australia joins Iraq arms delivery

    Australia has agreed to an US request to take part in international efforts to combat Islamic radicals fighting in Iraq, By Jamie Smyth in Sydney

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    Rona Fairhead is government’s candidate to chair the BBC Trust

    The government has chosen Rona Fairhead, the former chief executive of the Financial Times, as its preferred candidate to By Henry Mance

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    Profile: Donald Tusk

    As the centre-forward for a local football team of fellow Solidarity supporters in the 1980s, Donald Tusk had an uncanny By Henry Foy in Warsaw

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    EU leaders name Donald Tusk president of the European Council

    EU leaders have unanimously chosen Poland’s prime minister as president of the European Council, giving a country from the By Peter Spiegel and Alex Barker in Brussels

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    Bitcoin promoter to plead guilty to unlicensed money transmission

    NEW YORK, Aug 29 – Bitcoin entrepreneur Charlie Shrem has reached a plea deal to resolve US charges that he engaged in a

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    This means war: miscalculations have pushed Ukraine and Russia over the edge

    It is an inconvenient truth for Russia, Europe and the US, but we must call a spade a spade: Russia and Ukraine are engaged Ian Bremmer

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    Army stages coup in Lesotho

    Soldiers surrounded the Lesotho prime minister’s official residence and the police headquarters on Saturday in what appeared By Andrew England in Johannesburg

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    IMF board stands behind Lagarde over French probe

    WASHINGTON, Aug 29 – The International Monetary Fund’s board on Friday stood behind the global lender’s leader Christine

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