Kerry secures Gulf support for Iran deal

Endorsement could help Obama administration before Congress votes

AandE target missed...File photo dated 21/05/13 of an Accident and Emergency sign, as the waiting time target for patients going to accident and emergency departments in England has been breached for the 29th week in a row, according to the latest figures. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday April 24, 2015. NHS England said 93.3% of patients spent four hours or less from arrival to admission, transfer or discharge last week. See PA story HEALTH AandE. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

NHS faces squeeze on recruitment

Watchdog tells hospitals to fill only ‘essential’ vacancies

Puerto Rico debt drops after payment miss

Long restructuring process for territory’s $72bn bonds

US uncertainty frustrates Syrian rebels

Coalition cannot decide which groups to support

Landlords seek migrants crackdown details

Jail threat seen as response to scenes of chaos in Calais

Paris landlords plan action on rent caps

Property agencies say measures will deter investment

Heath child abuse claims investigated

IPCC to look at allegations involving former UK prime minister

Hayes found guilty of rigging rates

Ex-trader sentenced to 14 years for conspiring to manipulate Libor

Athens stock market falls on reopening

Sell-off hits as data show plunge in manufacturing activity

Buhari delays rattle Nigeria investors

Perception of a fiscal policy vacuum hits business confidence

India launches crackdown on online porn

ISPs told to block access to more than 850 sites, including Playboy and Pornhub

Mystery deepens over China’s ‘CEO monk’

Shaolin abbot accused of embezzling money

Obama authorises air strikes in Syria

US will provide cover for rebels fighting Assad regime

S Korea current account surplus surges

Figure is the country’s highest for any six-month period

As Clinton slips, some Democrats eye Biden

US campaign gaffes have alarmed many donors and even allies

Obama set to order tougher climate action

Carbon cuts face opposition from US political rivals and industry

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