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#Ireland hit by mass protests over water tax

Thousands march in Dublin, denouncing government's plan to charge citizens for tap water as part of austerity drive.

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Row over nuts prompts Korean Air resignation

Daughter of CEO steps down after she had chief purser kicked off the plane over manner some nuts were served.

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Indian capital bans taxi-booking service #Uber

Delhi government decision follows alleged rape of executive by driver as courts order suspect's arrest for questioning.

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#Iraq government reaches oil deal with Kurds

Kurds to sell 300,000 barrels per day and continue to receive 17 percent share of the national budget.

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Russian ruble in worst daily drop in 16 years

Western sanctions and decrease in global oil prices are seen as the reasons for recent sharp drop in the currency.

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#Russia and #Turkey sign major trade deals

President Putin says South Stream gas pipeline to EU scrapped and names Turkey as partner for alternative project.

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Spaniards protest against austerity cuts

Rallies staged by several organisations in Madrid against high unemployment, austerity and political corruption.

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Black Friday demonstrations hit #Walmart

Hundreds protest before outlets of retail giant on day Americans start their holiday shopping.

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Oil prices plummet to low after #OPEC decision

OPEC resists pressure from its poorer members, notably Venezuela, to cut output and triggers five-year low in prices.

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Malware used for 'state' espionage uncovered

Antivirus firm Symantec exposes highly sophisticated software used for years to spy on governments and private companies.

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