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End of Islamic State in 2016 – Iraqi PM

End of Islamic State in 2016 – Iraqi PM

Baghdad and Washington are now looking to move against the Islamic State in Mosul, Iraq's second largest city.

Persistent low oil prices pull markets down

Persistent low oil prices pull markets down

Ending on a bleak note this year, low oil prices are likely to continue well into 2016.

China, US jittery ahead of EU decision on market economy status for China

China, US jittery ahead of EU decision on market economy status for China

Market-economy status for China would ensure the EU uses Chinese data for trade probes affecting the second largest economy in the world.

China’s new anti-terror law and US double standards

China’s new anti-terror law and US double standards

That Washington accused Beijing's new counterterrorism law of infringing on freedom of speech, without referring to its own actions, is solid evidence of its double standard, writes Shen.

Despite US pressure, Philippines to sign on to new China-led bank

Despite US pressure, Philippines to sign on to new China-led bank

The Philippines has a dispute with China over territorial claims in parts of the South China Sea.

Russian economy shrinks in November

Russian economy shrinks in November

Year on year, it contracted by four per cent in November.

Lavrov, Kerry hold phone call on Syria crisis, fight against terror

Lavrov, Kerry hold phone call on Syria crisis, fight against terror

The Russian Foreign Minister urged the US to abandon preconditions in creating a single front to fight against Islamic State.

Boko Haram wave of terror kills dozens

Boko Haram wave of terror kills dozens

Boko Haram continues to target mosques and marketplaces to kill as many as it can.

2015: The year of blaming China?

2015: The year of blaming China?

Despite slowing growth, China is on the move consolidating its position as a global economic power.

China passes new anti-terror law

China passes new anti-terror law

Officials dismissed concerns over technology firms having "backdoors" installed or losing intellectual property rights as unfounded.

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