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Yellow ribbons have been put up around the married aid convoy driver’s home town in his memory

Why we should kill the Green Climate Fund

It's not more climate organisations we need. It's more effective ones

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde

US budget battle: IMF's Christine Lagarde warns America's lawmakers they risk pushing world into recession

Stark warning from IMF chief comes as search for deal to extend debt ceiling shifts to Senate

Markets welcome talk of Washington peace deal

Small improvements as shares improved, but US government shutdown still affecting many firms

US crisis shakes the world’s stock markets

Global markets took another pounding on Monday as international pressure grew on the US to resolve its political deadlock and avoid an unthinkable default by the world’s biggest economy.

The City names Fiona Woolf to be second female Lord Mayor of London

City lawyer Fiona Woolf has been named as the 686th Lord Mayor of London. She will be only the second woman to hold the post.

Financial crisis ‘led to the loss of 7m jobs’

The human cost of the financial crisis was the obliteration of 7m jobs across the developed world since the second quarter of 2008, a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers says today.

The multibillionaire  investor and philanthropist George Soros, 83, married 42-year-old education consultant Tamiko Bolton at the weekend in a modest, non-denominational ceremony in New York

Third time lucky? Multi-billionaire George Soros gets married again, to bride half his age

Christine Lagarde, Bono and Andrew Cuomo were among the guests

HMS Somerset's merlin helicopter putting shots across the bow of the dhow, believed to be the mother ship of the pirate group that failed to take the MV Montecristo, RFA Fort Victoria, in the Indian Ocean

How to keep the seas safe from piracy

Shipping is coming under attack off West Africa and even in the Suez Canal, even as the trouble off Somalia eases

Sheryl Sandberg

Page 3 Profile: Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook chief operating officer

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A men rides a three-wheeled motorcycle past power station chimneys. Heavy industry is the main cause of the pollution

Asia set to roast the planet

We need leadership from China, Indonesia, India and the Philippines

US President Barack Obama, right, and First Lady Michelle Obama, left, tour Robben Island

Barack Obama pledges energy cash to light up Africa’s darkness

US President promises funding to provide 'the energy to lift people out of poverty' by doubling Africans' access to electricity

An Arsenal official offers an Gunners jersey to Doan Nguyen Duc

Jim Armitage: Doan Nguyen Duc, the Vietnamese Arsenal fan and the land grab claims

Blog raises serious concerns over Gunners’ partnership with the tycoon’s company

Al-Shabaab still threatens security

World Focus: Fragile gains for Somalia as world gathers in London to discuss the country's future

Peace has returned to the Somali capital Mogadishu – but progress is elusive

Niall Ferguson has apologised for suggesting J.M. Keynes didn't care about future generations because he was gay

TV historian and Harvard professor Niall Ferguson apologises for 'stupid' comments about John Maynard Keynes' homosexuality

Historian apologises for latest smear, but 1998 book expressed similar sentiments

The economist Jeffrey Sachs launched a stinging attack on the culture of Wall St

Top economist Jeffrey Sachs says Wall Street is full of 'crooks' and hasn't changed since the financial crash

The IMF adviser also blamed 'a docile president, a docile White House and a docile regulatory system'

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