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UK Prime Minister Cameron says money laundering through UK property is on the way out.
13 of the biggest companies in the United States have pledged to act on climate change.
With signs of panic on the Chinese stock market, we assess the implications.
President Obama has arrived in Ethiopia on the second leg of his African tour.
World Trade Organisation members reach a deal on IT tariffs worth 1.3 trillion dollars.
President Barack Obama visits East Africa to strengthen US trade and boost security
Claims communities in Liberia are under pressure to give up land for palm oil plantations
We hear from local journalist Aggeliki Spanou on the discussions.
But we hear that it's far from business as usual.
The German parliament has voted to support the EU's financial rescue deal for Greece.
We look at the latest round of emergency funding - will it help rebuild the economy?
A UN conference agrees to reform global finance, but will it mean big companies pay more?
The Greek government is being asked to rush through a raft of painful reforms.
We assess the likely impact of the deal struck to relax sanctions on Iran.
Eurozone leaders agree a third bailout to avoid bankruptcy, and exit from the euro.
Eurozone leaders agree a third bailout to avoid bankruptcy, and exit from the euro
EU leaders hold late night talks to try and thrash out the details of Greek bailout plan.
Greece's main opposition party supports the Government's austerity plan to get EU funds
Greece's main opposition party supports the Government's austerity plan to get EU funds.
The Greek government has delivered its new proposals for a bailout package.
Greece to submit its plan to persuade the EU and IMF to lend funds to end its crisis
Alexis Tsipras tells European Parliament he will submit 'credible' new reform proposals.
An emergency European summit has been called in Brussels. We bring you the latest news.
An emergency European summit has been called in Brussels. We bring you the latest.
But now Greek PM Tsipras needs to broker a deal. We're live in both Greece and Germany.
Voters in Greece have decisively rejected the latest bailout plan from its creditors.
Rival camps in Greece are holding rallies in Athens ahead of Sunday's referendum.
The oil giant has reached a settlement following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Greece's Prime Minister insists that Sunday's referendum is not about leaving the euro.