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2014/07/22 09:06
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The World Cup euphoria is over and Brazil’s economic slowdown is back in the limelight, renewing doubts about President Dilma Rousseff’s ability to clinch a second term in October elections. Two...
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2014/07/22 02:43
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MOSCOW – Russia’s richest businessmen are increasingly frantic that President Vladimir Putin’s policies in Ukraine will lead to crippling sanctions but are too scared of reprisal to say so publicly,...
2014/07/22 00:16
2014/07/22 00:16
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Pro-Russian rebels released bodies gathered from the crash site of the Malaysian jet that was shot down over eastern Ukraine last week as U.S. and European leaders pressed their message that President...
2014/07/21 09:22
2014/07/21 09:22
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Why President Obama Wants to Pass the Buck on Oil Exports Talk in Washington to lift the U.S. oil export ban has grown since the rise of tensions in Ukraine and Russia. Eurasia Group energy analyst...
2014/07/21 06:37
2014/07/21 06:37
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Jutawan Rusia mula bimbang polisi Putin terhadap Ukraine Sekatan polisi yang dikenalan Presiden Rusia Vladimir Putin terhadap Ukraine membimbangkan jutawan di Rusia. Gambar fail.Golongan jutawan di...
2014/07/20 20:18
2014/07/20 20:18
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Iran is playing the long game in negotiations over its nuclear program. And it may have already boxed in U.S. President Barack Obama, with help from an increasingly tumultuous state of world...
2014/07/18 16:50
2014/07/18 16:50
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BRUSSELS (AP) � Visions of chlorine-drenched chickens and the prospect of genetically modified "Frankenfood" invading dinner tables across the European Union are proving serious impediments to the...
2014/07/18 14:37
2014/07/18 14:37
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Nearly 24 hours later, there's a consensus about the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17: It's a game-changer for the conflict in Ukraine. The crash, which Ukrainian President Petro...
2014/07/17 15:16
2014/07/17 15:16
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President Vladimir Putin shrugged off the most punitive U.S. sanctions so far over the unrest in Ukraine, even as some of his closest allies fretted publicly over the risk of isolation from the global...
2014/07/17 08:34
2014/07/17 08:34
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A photographer stands in front of a poster about the closed-door talks on Iran's nuclear programme, at the International Centerin in Vienna, Austria. File picture: Ronald Zak Vienna - Iran and six...
2014/07/17 07:27
2014/07/17 07:27
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Policymakers from the region weren't as lenient with their rhetoric, however. Dalia Grybauskaite, the president of Lithuania, told CNBC the sanctions were necessary because, otherwise, the country...
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2014/07/17 01:06
2014/07/17 01:06
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Less than a decade after Ghana and Zambia had most of their debt written off, the two nations are struggling to finance their budgets and are under pressure to seek emergency loans from the...
2014/07/16 20:06
2014/07/16 20:06
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... have enjoyed good relationships with Russian partners,” Airbus Chief Executive Officer Tom Enders said on the sidelines of the Farnborough Air Show near London. “I would only express my hope that...
2014/07/13 19:51
2014/07/13 19:51
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Political novice takes on task of healing Slovenia's economy LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Centre-left political novice Miro Cerar led his party to victory in Slovenia's national election on Sunday, pledging...
2014/07/10 06:45
2014/07/10 06:45
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ELECTION HORROR AHEAD? In this photo, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (C) reacts during the FIFA World Cup 2014 group A preliminary round match between Brazil and Croatia at the Arena Corinthians...
2014/07/10 03:45
2014/07/10 03:45
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UNDER CONSTRUCTION. In this photograph taken on July 5, 2014 Indian laborers work in a construction site in Kolkata. Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP NEW DELHI, India – India's new right-wing government on...
2014/07/09 23:54
2014/07/09 23:54
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When Brazil's state-run oil company raked in $70 billion in a 2010 public offering, leaders here called it evidence of the nation's rising economic power. "It wasn't in Frankfurt. It wasn't in...
2014/07/09 22:39
2014/07/09 22:39
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The U.S. Energy Department expects oil imports to hit their lowest level since 1970 next year, a forecast that is adding fuel to demands for the Obama administration to end a prohibition on crude...
2014/07/09 16:06
2014/07/09 16:06
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Mumbai, India • India’s new government presents its inaugural budget this week in the first substantive test of whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver on ambitious promises to revive...
2014/07/08 16:07
2014/07/08 16:07
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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has been fighting inflation by holding down government-regulated prices. The bill will come due next year. The winner of this October’s presidential election will...
2014/07/22 09:06
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