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Isis morale falls as momentum slows

Frustration grows among jihadis as focus shifts to governing

Rouble crisis hits former Soviet states

Belarus imposes 30% levy and also doubles interest rates to 50%

Ex-RBS trader arrested in forex probe

Move by SFO marks acceleration of global investigation

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US-based retired cleric accused of leading illegal organisation

Madoff risks return for Santander

Swiss prosecutor weighs indictment of former Botín lieutenant

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Fifa to publish World Cup bid report

Inquiry examines alleged unethical behaviour

Volcker lambasts Wall Street lobbying

Withering attack as industry secures extension to comply on hedge funds

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