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Renault: Latest car maker targeted in 'dieselgate'

Following Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler, Renault is being investigated over possible 'cheating' in diesel emissions.

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First new Airbus in decades arrives in Iran

The A321 jet, purchased after the nuclear deal with world powers, will mainly be used for domestic flights within Iran.

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Guilty VW to pay record $4.3bn over emissions scandal

Penalty is largest ever levied by the US government against an automaker as Volkswagen admits guilt to three charges.

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Samsung leader Jay Lee quizzed over corruption scandal

Prosecutor summons Samsung leader Jay Lee over donations made to firm linked to scandal involving president's friend.

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UAE to invest $163bn in renewable-energy projects

Oil-rich Arab Gulf state aims to generate almost half of its power needs from green sources and reduce fossil-fuel use.

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Pound hits new low after Theresa May's Brexit remarks

Sterling at $1.21, its lowest since 1985, after prime minister says UK will not hold on to "bits of EU membership".

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Police question Netanyahu as part of corruption probe

Investigators quiz prime minister over whether he was offered gifts worth tens of thousands of dollars from businessmen.

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Modi defends move to demonetise high-value currency

Move to withdraw high-value banknotes, which took toll on country's poor, called "historic purification ritual" by PM.

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Garment factories dismiss 'at least 1,500 workers'

Union leaders among 30 held over walkout by thousands of workers of factories that supply clothes to top Western brands.

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Saudi to boost 2017 spending as it cuts into deficit

Saudi Arabia's budget deficit shrank to $79bn in 2016 - well below a record $98bn in 2015.

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