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US unemployment falls to 6.3 per cent

Data appears to confirm the Fed's assessment that the economy does not require as lofty a stimulus package as the one it launched in 2009.

Putin warns of collapsing peace deal amid clashes

Putin warns of collapsing peace deal amid clashes

Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Moscow was "extremely worried" about the welfare of Russians in Slovyansk.

China, Russia navies to conduct joint drills

China, Russia navies to conduct joint drills

The "Joint Sea-2014" drills in the East China Sea comes days after the US and Japan released a joint statement claiming Japanese control over the disputed Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands.

Kerry in S Sudan, warns of genocide

The US is disturbed by Indications of ethnic, tribal, targeted nationalistic killings, the Secretary of State said.

Big business in Germany against sanctions on Russia

Big business in Germany against sanctions on Russia

Germany’s largest companies have urged German Chancellor Angela Merkel to reconsider the EU stance.

China mulls Asia-Pacific FTA to counter US-led TPP

China mulls Asia-Pacific FTA to counter US-led TPP

Beijing has said it will move the APEC to constitute a working group to study feasibility for this mammoth FTA.

Deal a crushing blow to terror: Xi to PLA

Deal a crushing blow to terror: Xi to PLA

More than hundred people have died in the violence-beset Xinjiang in the past year.

India pips Japan as world’s 3rd largest economy

India pips Japan as world’s 3rd largest economy

China now has the largest share of the world’s expenditure for investment.

In Egypt-US Relations, Counterterrorism Trumps Human Rights

In Egypt-US Relations, Counterterrorism Trumps Human Rights

There are troubling signs of the return of Mubarak-era authoritarianism in Egypt, says Prof. Aziz.