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Israeli PM slams France's Orange over plan to cut ties

French telecoms operator insists decision to end its brand-licensing agreement with Israeli company is not political.

France's Orange

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US government report says fracking is safe

In a new report, the US government’s Environmental Protection Agency says fracking is no cause for alarm.

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#OPEC to maintain current oil output

Organisation of oil exporters decides against reducing production level despite calls by some members for higher prices.

OPEC

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#Greece allowed to delay #IMF debt payment

Four payments to be bundled into a single lumpsum worth 1.6bn euros, now due on June 30, global lender says.

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#WikiLeaks exposes secret trade deal

Critics argue new deal would further consolidate corporate power in the hands of a few companies.

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#Qatar rebuffs England FA criticism over 2022 World Cup

Qatar says England should instead focus on developing a winning team after remarks by Football Association chairman.

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Egyptians lampoon one dollar Ramadan bonus

Government's announcement of payment prompts Twitter hashtag asking 'What will I do with seven Egyptian pounds?'

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#Canada court orders tobacco firms to pay billions

Three tobacco companies ordered to pay more than $12bn to Quebec smokers for "choosing profits over health".

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No deal in #Greece-creditor talks as debt deadline nears

PM Tsipras is trying to quell opposition from within his own party as the talks continue ahead of Friday's IMF payment.

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Malaysia Airlines lays off 6,000 employees

New CEO's stabilisation plans for "technically bankrupt" carrier include job cuts and fewer flights on some routes.

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