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Dozens of protests around the world push back against Trump presidency

Prime minister will be the first foreign leader to meet with the new US president

China silences “nihilist” interpretations of former leader Mao Zedong

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Party leaders predict an insurrectionary “patriotic spring” in Europe

A summary of changes the 45th US president is expected to make

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

Greece’s economic crisis has disappeared from the minds of many in Europe, but inside the country, the pain is only getting worse    

Leader of 22 years buckles to diplomatic and military pressure

Serious Fraud Office aims to bring charges against people who engaged in corruption

Hardline Sunni militant group claims responsibility for attack

iPhone maker says chipmaker owes it a rebate for licensing fees

Children’s magazine Bamse to teach children not to believe all they read online

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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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With the Google party cancelled and less talk on tech, the Davos first-timer finds the scorned class a bit subdued

Italy’s richest man has agreed a €50bn merger with his eyewear industry rivals

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

Fossil fuel industry’s glee will be harder to translate into returns

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S&P 500 index has climbed 6% since election day

Technology

iPhone maker says chipmaker owes it a rebate for licensing fees

Chinese car-sharing company capitulates to regulators after years of laissez-faire

Updates from two Aim-quoted companies send shares above level of last year’s IPOs

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