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Thousands rally in Spanish anti-austerity protest

Demonstrators gather in the capital Madrid denouncing the government and calling for end to harsh austerity measures.

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#Greece to give creditors new reforms for bailout cash

Full list of specific reforms to be released in days, paving the way for crucial funds needed to avoid bankruptcy.

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#Yahoo closing last China operation in Beijing

US internet company says closure, which will eliminate 200 to 300 jobs, is part of "changes to align resources".

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German airline strike grounds hundreds of flights

Lufthansa pilots announce extension of strike over retirement scheme, leaving tens of thousands of passengers stranded.

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First direct flights between US and #Cuba taking off

US travel service starts offering weekly charter between New York and Havana, despite ongoing US ban on Cuba tourism.

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Brazilians march to support Petrobras and president

Unions and supporters of President Rousseff demonstrate to express solidarity as oil giant faces graft allegations.

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#Egypt plans new capital adjacent to Cairo

Proposed project, unveiled at investors’ conference in Sharm el-Sheikh , expected to cost at least $45bn.

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India's Modi begins landmark visit to Sri Lanka

Trip is the first by Indian premier in nearly three decades and seeks to reassert Delhi's influence over Sri Lanka.

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#Ukraine to receive $17.5bn from #IMF to save economy to save economy

Credit extended on condition that the government, saddled with conflict in the east, carries out structural reforms.

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US Banks Bankrolling Nuclear Bomb-Makers

Some 411 banks, insurance firms, and pension funds have invested $402 billion in 28 companies involved in the manufacture, maintenance, and stockpiling of nuclear weapons.

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