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'Russia needs to return Crimea to Ukraine,' says Kyiv official

A high-level Ukrainian government advisor has told euronews that Russia needs to return Crimea to Ukraine. Dmytro Shymkyv, Deputy Head of Ukraine’s

A high-level Ukrainian government advisor has told euronews that Russia needs to return Crimea to Ukraine. Dmytro Shymkyv, Deputy Head of Ukraine’s

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World leaders pay tribute to Saudi King Abdullah

Tributes have been paid around the world to Saudi King Abdullah who has died. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, many senior dignitaries praised

Tributes have been paid around the world to Saudi King Abdullah who has died. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, many senior dignitaries praised

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Davos ponders Russia's reversal of fortunes and wider sanctions effects

Falling oil prices and sanctions are pressuring Russia's economy. The International Monetary Fund says this is an opportunity for the country to enact reforms.

Falling oil prices and sanctions are pressuring Russia's economy. The International Monetary Fund says this is an opportunity for the country to enact reforms.

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Snowmen greet participants at Davos World Economic Forum

More than 140 snowmen were built by campaigners on Wednesday (January 21) as the annual World Economic Forum kicked off in Davos, in the Swiss Alps

More than 140 snowmen were built by campaigners on Wednesday (January 21) as the annual World Economic Forum kicked off in Davos, in the Swiss Alps

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The rich get richer

As the World Economic Forum prepares to get underway at Davos in Switzerland, the charity Oxfam has published a report claiming that by 2016 half of

As the World Economic Forum prepares to get underway at Davos in Switzerland, the charity Oxfam has published a report claiming that by 2016 half of

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Where do YOU rank on the world's wealth scale?

The growing divide On current trends, by next year the richest 1 percent of the world’s population will own more than the other 99 percent combined

The growing divide On current trends, by next year the richest 1 percent of the world’s population will own more than the other 99 percent combined