UK to take thousands more refugees

Cameron bows to pressure at home and abroad

It’s official: money can buy happiness

UK study shows clear link between wealth and wellbeing

G20 defies gloom to forecast growth rise

Finance chiefs from largest economies upbeat on prospects

José Sócrates released from jail

Portugal’s former Socialist PM put under house arrest

US rate decision hangs in the balance

Job gains miss forecasts but growth supports interest rise case

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States use hackers to do cyber dirty work

Western defence officials warn of rise of online privateers

EM turmoil is bad news for Swiss watches

Analysts rein in forecasts as Asia exports fall

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Toyota hires robotics expert for AI push

Carmaker fuels race to pioneer forms of computer-assisted driving

Murdoch protégé must plot digital path

Brooks reappointed at UK paper unit after phone-hacking case as Sun fights for online subscribers

Cancer drugs cut in UK cost crackdown

Therapies axed as specialist fund’s spending doubles

Saudi Arabian king makes first US visit

Two leaders set to reaffirm historic importance of partnership

Comment & Analysis

EU refugee crisis: End of an ideal

Europe’s struggle to deal with the arrival of thousands of non-EU citizens raises questions

Wikipedia’s struggle to save its soul

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