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The city of Baltimore lifted an overnight curfew introduced in the wake of riots last week as calls grew for the US to doShawn Donnan in Washington
Italian coast guard and navy ships led the rescue of more than 4,000 migrants in the Mediterranean Sea at the weekend, in aJames Politi — Rome
Thousands of demonstrators blocked major roads in Tel Aviv on Sunday to protest against police brutality and racism againstJohn Reed in Jerusalem
The fund-grabbing decree came like a bolt from the blue, according to the mayor of Athens. Yiorgos Kaminis was in ViennaKerin Hope in Athens
A pioneer of reinsurance sector hits back at book that says bundled bonds have echoes of subprime crisis has hit back atAlistair Gray in London
J Sainsbury is expected to report its first full-year loss in a decade on Wednesday, as the once high-flying supermarketHenry Mance
Fewer than half of the most serious investor revolts at the UK’s largest listed groups this year have been about executiveAlison Smith — Chief Corporate Correspondent
Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader, made a plea on Sunday: “If only we could debate the big issues, rather than who’s going toGeorge Parker, Political Editor
Berkshire Hathaway shareholders are expressing unease at the company’s deepening relationship with private equity group 3GStephen Foley in Omaha
The latest activity “nowcasts” shown in detail below indicate that the global economy has continued to slow down more thanGavyn Davies
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