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Shift comes after a decade of criticising Beijing

Iraq launches operation to retake Ramadi

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Irish gay vote ‘defeat for humanity’, says cardinal

Highest-level reaction from Vatican to referendum

Wall St fall puts Asian winning streaks at risk

Japanese yen weakens to 8-year low against the dollar

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Hayes ‘admitted’ rate manipulation, says prosecutor

Irish government clears IAG’s Aer Lingus bid

Stake purchase still must pass the Dáil

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Keydata failure among biggest UK investment scandals

Deutsche fined for misstating derivatives

Bank agrees to pay $55m to resolve SEC allegations

Charter’s TWC bid is classic John Malone

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Northern Ireland in welfare cuts crisis

Ill health of first minister adds to uncertainty

Athens and Berlin try to ease default fear

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