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Athens says Germany owes Greece nearly 279bn euros in war reparations for the Nazi occupation in World War Two.
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Banks owned by African-Americans which serve the black community in the US have been closing down at a rapid pace.
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Activity in the UK's services sector accelerated in March at its fastest pace since August last year, according to a closely-watched survey.
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The FTSE 100 rises more than 1% in early trade, as trading resumes after the Easter weekend.
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Retired people in the UK respond cautiously to the government's pension reforms, with relatively few opting to withdraw all their cash.
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An explosion and blaze rip through a plant manufacturing the controversial chemical PX in Fujian province in eastern China.
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EE is to begin switching some of its customers to wi-fi enabled calls to help combat mobile signal dead spots.
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US parcels delivery firm FedEx is to buy Dutch rival TNT Express for €4.4bn (£3.22bn) as it looks to expand its European operations.
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Shares in Japan led Asian stocks higher on Monday, boosted by a weaker yen and gains from Wall Street overnight.
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The firm has forecast a quarterly operating profit of about 5.9 trillion won ($5.44bn; £3.65bn) for the first three months of 2015.
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VIDEO: India mulls rate cut
07 Apr 2015 3:04:26
To cut or not to cut - that will be the question India's central will be answering when they meet later today.
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Business lobby group, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), estimated that the UK's economy expanded by 0.7% in the three months to March, up from 0.6% in the previous quarter.
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South Korea's Samsung Electronics has forecast a quarterly operating profit of about 5.9 trillion won ($5.44bn; £3.65bn) for the first three months of 2015.
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Security staff at Scotland's regional airports are due to take part in a 48-hour strike over pay and conditions.
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As Brazil struggles economically, one of its companies thrives abroad
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Britain's largest banks have paid 60% of their profits since 2011 in fines and repayments to customers, according to a report by accountants KPMG
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How fireworks got bigger, and bigger, and even bigger
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How will California enforce its strict water rules?
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The BBC's Samira Hussain reports on the trend in India for women to take over the reins of the family business after training and studying abroad.
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The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder reports from Delhi, considered by the World Health Organization to be the most polluted city in the world last year.
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US high-speed trading firm Virtu renews efforts to make its public stock market debut, after delaying plans due to a controversial book.
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All of us want to invent that game-changing product, launch that successful company, write that best-selling book. And yet so few of us actually do it. Brazilian entrepreneur Bel Pesce breaks down five easy-to-believe myths that ensure your dream projects will never come to fruition.
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Changes to tax, benefits and pensions coming into force spark a fresh battle between Labour and the Conservatives over whether families will be better or worse off.
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Gmail users around the world see errors and safety warnings after Google forgets to update a key part of the messaging software.
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Mexico's state-run oil company Pemex says it is still searching for three workers who disappeared after a deadly fire at an oil rig.
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