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Exclusive - China ready to cut rates again on fears of deflation: sources

China ready to cut rates again on fears of deflation - sources

Japan PM Abe announces will delay sales tax rise, call snap poll

Japan PM Abe: Will delay sales tax rise, call snap poll

France's Hollande made left-wing voters feel betrayed - ex-partner

France's Hollande made left-wing voters feel betrayed: ex-partner

Greece at odds with EU/IMF lenders in 'tough' bailout review

Japan PM to seek fresh mandate for 'Abenomics' with snap poll

Emotions rise as people hear immigration plan

Japan's Abe poised to delay tax hike, announce snap poll

China cuts interest rates to spur growth, ease debt pressure

Romania's next president says may try to topple government

For Obama, a bumpy road to immigration orders

Romanian PM calls for stability after poll defeat

European Union receives Nobel Peace Prize

Cliff averted, it's on to the next fiscal crisis

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Cleric fires up Pakistanis, demands gov't resign

Compromise helps Dutch stay afloat in crisis

Election date means more uncertainty

French workers, employers to pay more in pension reform

Insight: Poll shows healthy young adults may keep Obamacare afloat

Insight: Brazil's Tombini - An inflation hawk, believe it or not

Greek economy shrinks at smallest pace since 2010 in second quarter

Cookson: Lance ban could be reduced

IMF still sees 'large uncertainty' over Greek comeback

NYC Mayor de Blasio revels in role as 'man of the people'

IMF issues warning on South African economy

Some immigrants excluded from health care overhaul

Crackdown filling NKorean prisons with defectors

Qld budget good for long term: business

OECD: Europe remains threat to world economy

EU dispute puts Tymoshenko in tight spot

Pfizer 1Q profit up, but drugmaker cuts outlook

Gaze urges major reforms to save NBL

President urges Cyprus to 'share the burden'

Bayern and Juventus clash with points to prove

Today in History for Tuesday, February 19th

Spending cuts unpopular yet not set to go away

Budget battle guide: Skidding into a fiscal pileup

Egyptians in south clash over president's visit

Chinese banks post slower profit growth

Italy's Renzi: Former Boy Scout with brash style

German ex-chancellor Schroeder urges more time for EU reforms

Defrocked Methodist pastor appealing punishment

Ukraine's presidential vote: a step out of crisis

Russia 'not obliged' to disburse Ukraine funds: minister

Marijuana edibles burgeoning into US industry

In socialist Venezuela, a threat from the left

Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova look to EU future with accords

EU-Ukraine deal: how will Russia react?

EU calls on France, Greece to stick to reforms

Details on the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winners

Modi touts record on economy in bid to lead India

Serbia's new prime minister expects IMF deal by July

Can Greece really fund itself?

Rohingya dying from lack of health care in Myanmar

Italy consumer confidence jumps after Renzi takes over

Ukraine given financial lifeline

Greece and troika finally clinch deal

European states struggle with Draghi's challenge

Croatia slides towards EU, IMF aid as economy shrinks: Reuters poll

Stolen Generations compensation: SA Liberals want to fund payments through...

India's bright GDP just a small step in long road to sustained revival

Constancio says ECB has further tools it can use