The News Matrix: Monday 9 September 2013

Pope claims arms trade ‘fuels wars’

Tony Abbott stands with his family as he claims victory in Australia's federal election

Tony Abbott's Australia: conservative, less green, more mean

The new Prime Minister has indicated his planned direction and won praise from David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch

Investment Insider: Where next for Asian growth?

Look to middle-class consumer spending for the next opportunities

Sri Lanka turning authoritarian, says UN human rights chief Navi Pillay

The United Nations rights chief has chastised the Sri Lankan government, saying it is showing signs of heading in an increasingly authoritarian direction despite the end of a civil war four years ago.

Investors facing hit from Syrian crisis

Should you start a flight to safety for your savings, or wait to see if the conflict worsens?

Justice has not been served for Lindsay Sandiford

More needs to be done to support the hundreds of Brits arrested abroad every year

British woman Lindsay Sandiford has been sentenced to death

No reprieve: British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford loses appeal against Bali death sentence

57-year-old's only hope now is to ask President for clemency

Bumi shakes up management team on way to a 'relaunch'

Embattled coal miner Bumi has revamped its management team in what chief executive Nick von Schirnding claims will be a "relaunch".

‘Miss World is anti-Muslim,’ say Indonesian clerics ahead of Bali-set show

One of the country’s most influential Islamic groups wants next month’s Miss World cancelled, saying the exposure of skin by women in a competition violates Muslim teachings.

The Big Six: Luxury camps

From safari-style tents and old ghost towns to rice paddies and desert experiences

Five questions about: Emerging markets

Emerging markets? Where are they?

The News Matrix: Wednesday 21 August 2013

Salary is top priority for school leavers

HMAS Parramatta, an Australian Navy ship that came to the rescue

106 rescued after asylum seeker boat sinks north of Christmas Island

Australian navy ships rush to help those aboard capsized boat in Indian Ocean

Rupee slumps amid capital outflow fears

The rupee was routed yesterday, as traders placed bets that the Indian currency would continue to slide in value against the US dollar.

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