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Dozens of protests around the world push back against Trump presidency

Defeated president had threatened to cling on to power despite losing election

Tanker will move gas from Russia to Asia through the Arctic, using northern sea route

Two-year-old programme treats 1m patients following outbreak sparked by dirty needles

Will the US rally endure, will Chilean miners down tools and where next for sterling?

A revisionist history book left out in guest rooms at APA hotels a sign of strong sentiment

Test for Japanese corporate governance as minorities squeal over pricing in Panasonic deal

Alibaba-backed group seeking to disrupt traditional financial services with digital services

Scepticism growing that market can sustain the A$10bn worth of projects in pipeline

Communist party action comes amid left-right rancour over political tightening

I got to thinking about the Queen dying for real — what it would feel like and how it might go down. I can’t imagine a world without Her

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Immigration message resonates with some in New York’s African-American community

FT reporters interpret the new president’s address

New president takes office with agenda that marks radical break with the past

Three days of carefully stage-managed pomp and ceremony kick off in the US capital

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Will the US rally endure, will Chilean miners down tools and where next for sterling?

S&P 500 in sight of record high but dollar eases

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iPhone maker says chipmaker owes it a rebate for licensing fees

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