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The Millenaire mall - coping in low-growth France

Insight - China tightens grip on Macau as dissent rises in gambling hub

China tightens grip on Macau as dissent rises in gambling hub

Immigration overhaul? GOP, Dem senators vow action

Q&A: John Legend on music, wedding, Kanye, Syria

Think you really know Mike Tyson? Think again

Hungary's Orban puts Internet tax on hold after huge protests

Wounded Japan PM grapples with tax jinx after BOJ eases

Conn. victims: Lively youngsters, devoted adults

Commission of Audit: From crazy brave to politically suicidal

'Not an election budget', state goes further into debt

Oil tax repeal group kicks off campaign

Al-Qaida tipsheet on avoiding drones found in Mali

Fire exposes illegal Chinese factories in Italy

Socialite's climb halted by unfolding scandal

Russian farmer takes on corrupt officials

Column: Hold the hype on the World Cup

Analysis - Europe's German growth locomotive on strike

Rio rebuffs Glencore merger approach, but Glasenberg to persist

Socialite's climb halted by unfolding scandal

Column: Zlataned! How megastar became French verb

Column: Zlataned! How megastar became French verb

ECB chief is wielding even more sway than Bernanke

Conn. victims: Lively youngsters, devoted adults

Column: Brazil should send message to all of us

Marlins owner says dismantling of team was needed

Time to pay the bill, Qld treasurer says

Rain to follow PM Abbott on drought tour

South Africa's ANC rolls to victory, boosting Zuma reform clout

Congress is giving states the transportation blues

Europe's German growth locomotive on strike

Ukraine looks to reform with an eye on Europe

Authorities investigate travel company accused of rip-offs

He's her man: First lady says 'we can trust' Obama

Taxpayers will ease banks' costs in mortgage deal

Analysis: Dog of year in Congress whimpers to end

Obama proposes 94-cent tax hike on cigarettes

Delhi chief minister quits after graft bill blocked

Tax filing not tough for most

Greece to end exile from bond markets as thousands protest

India's finance minister says economic reforms will be 'long journey'