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Erdogan Says Turkey Will Recoup Money Paid to U.S. for F-35 Jets

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan said he believed Turkey and the United States will make progress in talks for the sale of F-16...
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Bereaved Families Angry as Manchester Bomber's Brother Evades Inquiry

LONDON (Reuters) - The brother of a suicide bomber who killed 22 people in Manchester in May 2017 failed to appear on Thursday at a public inquiry...
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UK Factory Orders Growth Falls to Six-Month Low - CBI

LONDON (Reuters) - British industrial orders growth slowed sharply in October to its weakest in six months, against a backdrop of sharply rising...
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Tesla lobbies PM Modi’s office to slash taxes before it enters Indian market

Tesla Inc has urged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office to slash import taxes on electric vehicles before it enters the market, four sources told Reuters, ratcheting up demands that faced objections from some Indian automakers. Tesla executives, including its head of policy in India, Manuj Khurana, took the company’s demands to Modi’s officials last month in a closed-door meeting, arguing that the taxes were too high, four sources familiar with the discussions said. The transport minis...
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U.S. House Edges Toward Contempt Charges Against Trump Aide Bannon

By Patricia ZengerleWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives is expected on Thursday to approve contempt-of-Congress charges...
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Takewaway.com Shares Dip on Investor Day as Growth Target Disappoints

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Just Eat Takeaway.com shares fell more than 3% in early Amsterdam trading on Thursday after the company released strategy...
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Moscow to Reintroduce Lockdown Measures From Oct. 28 to Combat COVID-19 Case Surge

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow will reintroduce lockdown measures from Oct. 28 to combat surging COVID-19 cases, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Thursday,...
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Russia Can Not Be Forced to Respect Navalny's EU Rights Prize Win, Says Kremlin

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin on Thursday said Russia could not be forced to respect the European Parliament's decision to award an annual human...
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U.N. Sets up Trust Fund for 'People's Economy' in Afghanistan

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations said on Thursday it had set up a special trust fund to provide urgently-needed cash directly to Afghans...
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Factbox - COP26 in Glasgow: Who Is Going and Who Is Not?

(Reuters) - Several prominent figures are in doubt to attend the Oct. 31-Nov. 12 U.N. COP26 climate summit in Glasgow in person.Here is the latest...
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Tesla's German Plant Hits Snag as Public Consultation Repeated

BERLIN (Reuters) - An online consultation for local citizens to express objections to Tesla's huge factory near Berlin will be repeated, the...
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Exclusive-Indian PM Modi Will Attend Glasgow Climate Conference - Minister

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow, the country's environment minister said...
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#Saudi holds at 15-year high, #Qatar extends gains | Reuters

Saudi holds at 15-year high, Qatar extends gains | Reuters Saudi Arabia's stock market rose in early trade on Thursday, holding on to a 15-year high, while the Qatari index extended gains to a second session.Saudi Arabia's benchmark index (.TASI) advanced 0.2%, with Al Rajhi Bank (1120.SE) rising 0.9%, while Dr Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Services Group (4013.SE) leapt 3.3%.Among other gainers, oil giant Saudi Aramco (2222.SE) added 0.2% after HSBC raised its target price to 38.8 riyals from 37....
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French Army: Leading Member of African-Based Al Quaeda Affiliate Killed

PARIS (Reuters) - Nasser Al Tergui, a leading member of the African-based Al Quaeda affiliate Katiba Serma, was killed last week in Mali after an...
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Gulf economies to pick up speed next year, with fall in oil prices biggest risk | Reuters

Gulf economies to pick up speed next year, with fall in oil prices biggest risk | Reuters Economies in the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council will grow faster next year than previously thought, according to a Reuters poll of economists who warned a decline in oil and gas prices was the biggest risk to their outlook.The oil-rich region will benefit from an increased COVID-19 vaccination rate, rising oil prices and easing of lockdown restrictions this year and next, the poll suggested.But while...
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Russian Court Bars Sale of Samsung Phones Over Lawsuit -Report

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian court has barred Samsung Electronics from importing and selling 61 models of smartphones in Russia over an...
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Oil falls as investors take profits, but fuel switching caps losses | Reuters

Oil falls as investors take profits, but fuel switching caps losses | Reuters Oil prices fell on Thursday as some investors scooped up profits from the recent rally, though solid demand in the United States and a switch to fuel oil from coal and gas amid surging prices capped losses.Brent crude futures fell 54 cents, or 0.6%, to $85.28 a barrel by 0649 GMT,turning down from earlier gains that took the benchmark to the highest since October 2018. It rose 0.9% the previous day.U.S. West Texas In...
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Lebanese President Says Forensic Audit of Central Bank Has Begun

DUBAI (Reuters) -A forensic audit of the Lebanese central bank by Alvarez & Marsal began on Thursday, Lebanese President Michel Aoun said on...
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Private Equity Buys Into Italian Fintech TAS Group, Launches Bid

MILAN (Reuters) - Italian fintech company TAS Group said on Thursday a vehicle controlled by European private equity firm Gilde would launch a...
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Marketmind: Back to the Blues

LONDON (Reuters) - A look at the day ahead from Karin Strohecker.Markets are in a somber mood on Thursday.There is little let up on the Chinese...
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Controversy Over AUKUS Subs Pact 'Overhyped', Says UK Defence Minister

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - British junior defence minister James Heappey on Thursday said there has been an "overhyping" of controversy over a new...
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G20 Split Over Coal, 1.5 Degree Climate Limit Ahead of Rome Summit - Sources

By Gavin Jones and Stephen JewkesROME (Reuters) - The Group of 20 rich countries are divided over phasing out coal and committing to limit global...
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Egypt Economy Forecast to Grow 5.1% in Year to June, 5.5% in 2022/23: Reuters Poll

By Patrick WerrCAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's economy will grow 5.1% in the fiscal year that ends in June 2022, but accelerate to 5.5% in each of the...
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FlixBus Owner Hitches Ride With Greyhound as FirstGroup Exits

(Reuters) - British transport company FirstGroup has sold its U.S. intercity coach network, Greyhound, to Germany's FlixMobility after more than...
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Russia Warns NATO Any Move on Ukraine Will Have Consequences - Report

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow has warned NATO that any move towards Ukraine's membership in the bloc will have consequences, the RIA news agency quoted...
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European Stocks Head Lower on Evergrande Woes, Mixed Earnings

(Reuters) - European shares slipped on Thursday, driven by gloomy sentiment on renewed worries around China's property sector and mixed quarterly...
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Turkey Arrests Russians Suspected of Planning Attacks on Chechens -State Media

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court has sent to jail pending trial six suspects, including four Russians, accused of espionage after they were...
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Are We Safe? Killing of UK Lawmaker Makes Colleagues Nervous

By Elizabeth Piper and Kylie MacLellanLONDON (Reuters) - Last week, British lawmaker Christian Wakeford opened his office door in the market town...
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Soaring Prices Dampen Consumer Mood in India's Festival Season

By Manoj Kumar and Sunil KatariaNEW DELHI (Reuters) - For Delhi resident Suman Milind, rising prices in India are casting a long shadow this year...
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Analysts Cut Asia's Corporate Earnings Estimates on Growth Concerns

(Reuters) - Asian companies' earnings have been downgraded for the first time in 16 months, data shows, on concerns over slowing growth in China...
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