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Tens of thousands rally against South Korea president

Mass demonstration in Seoul against pro-business labour laws and attempt to change history textbooks.

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Saudi firm secures funding for world's tallest building

The 170-storey building in Jeddah will rise to a height of more than one kilometre, surpassing Dubai's Burj Khalifa.

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#Russia raiding Turkish firms and sending exports back

Moscow also preventing Turkish tourists from entering Russia, businessmen say, in apparent response to downing of plane.

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#ASEAN nations sign deal for economic community

Group seeks freer movement of trade and capital in SE Asia and to create the world's seventh-largest economy.

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Greek police tear gas anti-austerity protesters

Demonstrations turn violent in Athens as protesters clash with security forces during general strike.

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China's Alibaba smashes 'Singles Day' web sales record

E-commerce giant hails "power of Chinese consumer" as billions of dollars are spent on world's largest shopping event.

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Israeli anger as EU agrees to label settlement products

Producers must clearly label produce coming from settlements built on land illegally occupied by Israel and sold in EU.

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Obama threatens S Africa with trade sanctions

S Africa risks suspension of right to ship farm products to US duty-free unless it drops barriers to American products.

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Japan Post companies net $12bn in biggest IPO

Sale of shares in state-owned company raises a combined $11.9bn in world's largest initial public offering this year.

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VW emission woes deepen as 800,000 more cars affected

Scandal-hit automaker says latest problems could cost $2.2bn as petrol-run engines get affected for the first time.

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