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  • Poroshenko approves changes to law on joint stock companies as for quorum for meetings of 50 percent plus one share
  • In Strategic Shift, U.S. Draws Closer to Yemeni Rebels
  • Germaine Greer BLASTS the NHS as a 'national illness service' on Question Time
  • City Harvest trial: Lawyers, auditors did not raise red flags over 'unusual plan', says ex-fund manager
  • Iraq: Two suicide bombers captured, hotel attack foiled
  • Berlin Briefs: The Works International Reps ‘Elstree 1976′; Content Media Searches ‘Deep Web'; Sierra/Affinity Visits ‘Manchester-By-The-Sea’
  • Spain’s Economic Growth Accelerates in Fourth Quarter
  • Markets: FTSE 100 slips back as commodity stocks drag
  • A not so presidential President
  • As New Leadership Takes Over in Washington, Fiscal Battles Resurface
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Assyrian soldiers
  • Glasgow Airport bomber Bilal Abdullah regrets terror attack: Extremist admits actions were 'not justifiable'
  • House Dems seek better messaging, not new policies, for 2016
  • 'Irn-Bru gets you through': Boss of Scotland's other national drink delighted it helped Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey overcome deadly virus
  • 'Fast Money' Recap: Searching for Meaning in Google Earnings Miss
  • Use your imagination says Georgieva



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