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As violence rises, Donald Trump allies reject linking words, action

Allies of President Donald Trump rejected any link between harsh political rhetoric and a rise in violence in the US.

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Brazil on course to usher in new era of hard-right politics

So far, voters appear willing to give Bolsonaro the benefit of the doubt despite a history of skeptical statements about the virtues of Brazilian democracy during seven terms as a lawmaker.

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Pound traders see Brexit-deal fears trumping budget, BOE impact

Hammond’s budget statement faces scrutiny both for his spending plan, after his boss Prime Minister Theresa May vowed to end austerity, and for the economic estimates from the Office for Budget Responsibility that come with

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Where will global GDP growth come from in the next five years

The U.S., while still expected to contribute a sizable portion of global growth, will see its share shrink as the democratization of GDP growth spreads.

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No-deal Brexit may prolong UK austerity, says Philip Hammond

Prime Minister Theresa May has directed Hammond to find an extra 20 billion pounds a year for the National Health Service, and she declared an “end to austerity” in her party conference speech earlier this month.

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Browder’s laundering complaint shows $97 million Nokia payment

Browder says he has evidence that as much as $405 million was laundered through Nordea in a case he alleges is linked to the scandal engulfing Danske Bank A/S.

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Most Mideast stocks retreat as traders eye earnings: Inside EM

Volatility in Saudi stocks dropped to the lowest level in two weeks as the uproar over the killing of columnist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul dissipate. Saudi Basic Industries Corp. fell even after third-quarter profit met anal

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Will Joe Biden run? We’ll know in a few months: Albert R. Hunt

Biden was planning to run last time before his son Beau, the attorney general of Delaware and a political superstar, tragically died of brain cancer in 2015.

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Donald Trump’s tapped smartphone mirrors his foreign policy: Hal Brands

Chinese have been eavesdropping on President Donald Trump’s less-than-secure phone calls and using the information gathered as part of an elaborate plot to influence the president.

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Turkey Strikes US-Backed Kurds After Erdogan’s `Final Warning’

Turkey fired on U.S.-backed Syrian Kurdish militants in northern Syria on Sunday, moving ahead with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s vow to rout them from his country’s southern border.

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UK to Spend More on Military, Roads

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is set to announce extra funding for the U.K.’s military and new investment in Britain’s roads at Monday’s budget, according to the Mail on Sunday.

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Shifting Toward China, Island Nation’s Political Crisis Deepens

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena unexpectedly dismissed Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Friday and appointed former strong-man president Mahinda Rajapaksa as his replacement.

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All You Need to Know About Brazil Vote: Balance of Power Extra

The clear front-runner in today’s presidential vote is Jair Bolsonaro, the former army captain with a penchant for slurs against minorities and women and attacks on the trustworthiness of democracy itself.

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Dean Heller’s strategy bets it all on riding Trump’s coattails

Senator Dean Heller used to be “99 percent against” Donald Trump, but now he’s 100 percent for him. And the Nevada Republican’s candidacy is perhaps the most important test of the president’s political influence in

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UK May Need New Budget, Austerity Without Brexit Deal: Hammond

The U.K. would need new tax and spending plans and may need to extend austerity measures if the country fails to secure a Brexit deal, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said in an interview with Sky News.

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Danske Bank outrage hits political agenda ahead of Danish vote

Danske Bank A/S’s laundering scandal and a massive dividend-tax fraud now look set to influence elections due to be held in Denmark next year.

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Iraq’s New Prime Minister protests a bit too much

Now that Abdul Mahdi is prime minister, he’s discovering just how right he was. The question is whether he will seek to do anything about it.

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Chinese liquor giant Moutai’s sales rise 4% on festival demand

Revenue climbed to 19.72 billion yuan ($2.84 billion) in the quarter ended Sept. 30, the Guizhou-based company said in a statement Sunday. Net income rose almost 3 percent to 8.97 billion yuan.

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Syria Summit doubles down on political push in search for peace

The first summit on Syria to bring together the leaders from Germany, Russia, Turkey and France ended with a new appeal for a political solution to the country’s seven-year war but sidestepped more contentious issues includ

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UK mulls ‘no interest loans’ to combat rise of problem debt

The U.K. government will develop plans to offer no-interest loans for low-income borrowers as part of a package of measures designed to tackle problem debt and reduce their reliance on payday lenders.

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Hassan Rouhani braces for sanctions with new ministers in key posts

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani won the approval of lawmakers for his picks to run key ministries in a major reshuffle intended to galvanize the Islamic Republic against U.S. sanctions due to kick in soon.

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Brazil candidates wrap up divisive campaign pledging respect

Brazil’s presidential candidates wrapped up a campaign marked by violence and division by toning down their attacks and calling for respect and compliance with the law.

World News

US President Donald Trump offers call for unity after shooting, pivots to rally mode

Donald Trump condemned “all forms of evil,” including anti-Semitism, after a mass shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh left 11 people dead in what’s being investigated as a hate crime.

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Donald Trump says Dick Grasso opened NYSE the day After 9/11. He didn’t

US President Donald Trump justified going ahead with a campaign rally, hours after 11 people were shot to death in a Pittsburgh synagogue.

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Trade wars: China deficit shows America’s Strength, says Michael Schuman

U.S. President Donald Trump has made closing America’s trade deficit with China a top priority.

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It’s time to treat Israel like other states, says Oman

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s secret flight to the Omani capital, Muscat, on Thursday to meet with Sultan Qaboos bin Said was the first visit by an Israeli leader since 1996.

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Democrats get best shot in 30 years to put stamp on Arizona

Arizona voters will elect their first female senator on Nov. 6, picking between a Republican who’s embraced President Donald Trump and a Democrat who’d rather they forget about party.

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