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Kim Jong-Un back in public, says state media

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un, who has been out of the public eye since September, has reappeared in public, according to state media.

Mumbai blasts: Suspicion falls on ‘tiffin-bombers’

Indian intelligence agencies received no warnings before the three bomb blasts that killed 18 people in Mumbai on Wednesday.

Police mount search for Mumbai bombers

Indian police searched for clues on Thursday about who was behind three coordinated bomb blasts that killed at least 17 people in Mumbai.

MTN, Bharti deal needs SA govt clearance

The proposed tie-up between cellphone group MTN and India's Bharti Airtel needs Cabinet level approval in SA, as the deal enters a critical week.

US govt stake in Citi may rise to 40%

Citigroup is in talks that could result in the United States government increasing its stake in what was the country's most valuable bank.

Unsold Ferraris, no free drinks as crisis spikes

From office sodas that are no longer free to Ferraris that go unpurchased, financial services firms and their staff are being forced to a new era.

Morgan Stanley in talks as fear grips financials

Morgan Stanley topped the list of major financial firms scrambling to find a buyer on Thursday amid panicked stock and money markets.

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