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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 ...
Putin 'Probably' Approved Litvinenko Murder, U.K. Judge SaysBloomberg
UK inquiry links Putin to fatal poisoning of former KGB spyBusiness Standard

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What lifting Iran sanctions means for world markets

What lifting Iran sanctions means for world markets.

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Mario Draghi isn't going to stop firing the QE bazooka any time soon - Business Insider


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Mario Draghi isn't going to stop firing the QE bazooka any time soon
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The European Central Bank has no plans to end its policies of negative interest rates and monetary easing, according to a report from Reuters. Peter Praet, the ECB's chief economist, and a member of the bank's executive board, just gave an interview ...
Eurozone inflation stays at 0.2% in DecemberBBC News

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The multi-million pound business started as a laugh - BBC News


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The multi-million pound business started as a laugh
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As with so many good ideas, inspiration came to them after a few beers. At the time, the three co-founders of MorphCostumes had successful corporate careers. But nevertheless, the notion of starting a business to sell top-to-toe spandex bodysuits ...

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Diesel policy 'a mistake' - ex-minister

Former Labour science minister Lord Drayson says his government made a mistake in promoting diesel cars as they are "killing people".

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