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Vladimir Putin 'probably approved' the murder of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko - Business Insider


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Vladimir Putin 'probably approved' the murder of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko
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Russia has consistently denied requests for the two men to be extradited to the UK. Sir Robert Owen, who chaired the inquiry, wrote in a 300-page report: "Taking full account of all the evidence and analysis available to me I find that the FSB ...
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The BBC's computer chip for kids was meant to 'kickstart a coding revolution' - but it keeps getting delayed - Business Insider


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The BBC's computer chip for kids was meant to 'kickstart a coding revolution' - but it keeps getting delayed
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In 2012 the BBC decided to produce a computer chip that would teach children how to code. But now, almost four years after the announcement of the BBC Micro Bit, schools in the UK are yet to get their computer chips. The BBC looked at the success of ...

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Deutsche sells Hua Xia stake for $4bn

Deutsche Bank agrees a deal to sell its 20% stake in China's Hua Xia Bank to bolster its finances.

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A European prime minister is talking seriously about the EU collapsing like ... - Business Insider


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A European prime minister is talking seriously about the EU collapsing like ...
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child roman empire costume soldier AP Photo/Andrew MedichiniAncient Roman costumed groups of people parade in the ancient areas of Colosseum , Circus Maximus and the Roman Forum to celebrate the festivities of Christmas of Rome, in Rome, Sunday ...

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PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Nov 2 - Reuters


PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Nov 2
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British Prime Minister David Cameron has formed a task force to negotiate the terms of a financial aid package for a 5 billion pound ($7.72 billion), 1,000-mile (1,610-km) power line under the Atlantic Ocean. This undersea cable aims to bring ...

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