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US regulators defend net neutrality and propose tougher broadband industry rules
Three Al-Jazeera journalists are arrested for alleged illegal drone use in Paris
The Dow Jones and FTSE 100 stock markets hit record highs.
Greece reveals an early summary of reforms needed to secure a eurozone bailout extension.
Eurozone finance ministers reached an agreement to extend Greece's financial rescue
Russia is supplying Ukrainian separatists with gas
The US says it needs to tighten sanctions against Russia.
Fighting between militias trying to occupy Libya is 'ruining' its economy
Greece's rejection of new EU bailout conditions could 'leave scars'
Obama urges technology firms to share data with US
Labour dispute halts trade at US West Coast ports
Obama asks congress for extra powers to fight Isis
Greece's new government has drawn up a 10-point plan to replace 30% of bailout deal
An online magazine introduces pay-to-comment on its stories.
We profile Greece's dynamic economist turned Finance Minister.
Greece's new finance minister confronts his German opposite.
The man accused of operating Silk Road has been found guilty
Ratings agency Standard and Poor's to pay $1.4bn to regulators in sub-prime debt case
US President Barack Obama sends a $4tn budget proposal to Congress
Slower growth than expected in the US, but we hear one city's success story
Shell defies its critics saying it will press ahead with drilling for oil in the Arctic
The new Greek Prime Minister insists Greece will pay back all of its debt.
Why two tech giants seem to be parting ways
Analysts across Europe consider Greece's future with an anti-austerity government
Millions of Greeks are preparing to vote in this weekend's election