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JP Morgan has agreed to pay four regulators as a result of the "London Whale" trades
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Sergeant Alonzo Lunsford barely survived the 2009 massacre at the Fort Hood army base
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Syria's deputy prime minister says the government is ready to propose a ceasefire
Why Brazil's President won't be having dinner with Obama after all
Rebel groups agree ceasefire in Syria; and Russian officials board Greenpeace ship
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Catching the match-fixers. Have the authorities finally got their man?
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Nigeria's oil is being stolen from pipes - who is doing it and how can they be stopped?
We hear Catholics debating whether the Cathoilic Church needs a new balance.
Sad music has become more popular according to a recent study. Why do people listen to it?
How thefts are taking their toll on Nigeria's oil industry.
Syria's chemical list; HIV concerns over condom free porn; confessions of a spin doctor
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The mobile tech company gets rid of almost half its workforce and faces huge losses.
What would the future be like if cows and cars were connected to the Internet?
A cat-and-mouse game intensifies with US Border Patrol as illegal crossings rise in Texas
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Saturday 21 September 2013