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Western sanctions may last for decades: Russian minister tells newspaper

Western sanctions may last for decades - Russian minister tells newspaper

Government seeks to lock in budget goals as election nears

India's 'smart' cities plan risks leaving millions behind

Fingers pointed as climate talks deadlock

Study: Hotter days in US mean less cold cash

Final push at key climate summit

Abe pledges Japan constitution rewrite after election win

Rouble crisis could shake Putin's grip on power

Ruble crisis could shake Putin's grip on power

Ruble crisis could shake Putin's grip on power

Economy makes for tougher Thanksgiving journeys

Eurozone slides back into recession

Obama wants 'conversation' on climate change

US defends 'enormous' climate efforts at UN talks

Isaac gives drought-stricken farmers brief respite

NY storm commission urges flood walls for subways

Column: Live commentary on Armstrong interview

Aussie plonk profitability sinking

US VP Joe Biden in Mexico, meeting with president

Global Economy - On a firmer footing awaiting the Fed

Brawl hurts Berlin Jewish community

Brisbane named Australia's 'hippest city'

Oil gains 40 cents a barrel

Even before typhoon devastation, Philippines growth slows

Evidence showed A-Rod used legal supplements - lawyer

MasterCard 1Q profit rises, but economy 'choppy'

Report predicts ever-bigger Lake Erie algae blooms

France to tax companies 75 pct on $1.3M salaries

Retailers report slowing sales gains for February

Steady US job gains likely continued in February

Egyptians in south clash over president's visit

Argentina falls, but no longer drags down Brazil

US, French presidents call for 'ambitious' climate change deal

Winter storms are threatening to chill US economy

US factory orders up for third month in April

Ex-India minister jailed after electricity protest

After food trucks, fashion hits the road in US

Britain's Royal Mail to trial Sunday parcel deliveries

Big four dominate banking market, sparking competition concerns for WA

Life after the Mt Lyell mine: Queenstown considers its future

Brewers quench summer thirst with canned cocktails as beer sales slide

US retail sales up strong 1.1 percent in March

Cash-rich global firms face calls to crack open war chests

For India's Congress party, soul-searching and questions about Gandhi

Populist Argentine government begins painful cuts

West and Russia signal line drawn in Ukraine crisis

Bank of Canada rates seen on hold until third-quarter 2015

Applications for US jobless benefits rise to 348K

U.S. job growth offers upbeat sign for weather-beaten economy

Canada building permits soar, residential sector hits record