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Mitsubishi admits manipulating emissions data

Japan's sixth-largest automaker apologises for falsifying fuel economy test data in more than 600,000 vehicles.

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Panama Papers: US launches probe into offshore scandal

Justice Department opens criminal probe into tax avoidance and money laundering schemes unveiled by leaked documents.

Many took to the streets of London

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Palestine loses $285m in revenues due to Israel accords

Palestinian Authority is losing hundreds of millions of revenues annually due to ageing Israel accords, World Bank says.

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India issues arrest warrant for liquor tycoon

Vijay Mallya, who left the country owing more than $1 billion, is wanting for unpaid loans made to his defunct airline.

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Oil prices dive as Doha talks on output freeze fail

Brent oil down to about $40 as Saudi Arabia refuses to sign deal without Iran involvement.

OPEC

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Tens of thousands march in London anti-austerity rally

UK protesters march against spending cuts, with some demanding PM Cameron's resignation after Panama Papers revelations.

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OPEC meeting: Oil producers gather to weigh output cap

Iran a key sticking point as world's big oil producers meet in attempt to stabilise prices after months of uncertainty.

OPEC meeting

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Turkey and Iran agree to strengthen economic ties

Meeting between two leaders comes a day after Iran is rebuked for role in regional conflicts at OIC summit in Istanbul.

The Iranian and Turkish presidents

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Zimbabwe protest: Thousands call for end to Mugabe rule

In the first anti-government rally in years, thousands hit streets of Harare to protest against economic mismanagement.

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Regulators give failed grade to five US banks

JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America among five which have failed to meet requirements meant to protect wider economy.

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