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    Kerry sees progress in Middle East talks

    Kerry has been in the Middle East since Thursday for shuttle diplomacy with Palestinian and Israeli leaders.

    EU demands clarifications from US over spying allegations

    EU demands clarifications from US over spying allegations

    The diplomatic row could also overshadow proposed US-EU free trade agreement talks.

    China bank regulator says no liquidity shortage

    China bank regulator says no liquidity shortage

    Shang said total excess reserves in the country's banking system totaled 1.5 trillion yuan.

    Chinese tourists swell, cross 37mn mark

    Chinese tourists swell, cross 37mn mark

    China has the world's largest domestic tourism market and outbound Chinese tourists are the biggest spenders worldwide.

    Obama, Zuma focus on trade

    Obama, Zuma focus on trade

    Obama also pledged to renegotiate an African trade pact to improve it for US businesses.

    Obama says Africa prefers US over China

    Obama says Africa prefers US over China

    Obama arrived in South Africa on Friday evening on a three-day official visit aimed at boosting trade ties.

    New credit ratings agency promises reforms

    New credit ratings agency promises reforms

    The existing Big 3 appear to use a single standard to view all economies, says UCRG.

    Is June 30 Egypt’s zero hour?

    Is June 30 Egypt’s zero hour?

    The Tamarod, or rebellion, movement says its goal is to oust President Mohamed Morsi, elected exactly a year ago, and hold new elections.

    Obama – a strategic partner for South Africa?

    Obama – a strategic partner for South Africa?

    Y Abba Omar asks what is in store for South Africa and the US on the eve of President Obama’s visit to South Africa.

    Obama: Democracy key US focus in Africa

    Obama: Democracy key US focus in Africa

    The president has announced the launch of an anti-corruption training programme for West Africa.

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