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    Egypt: Russian plane disappeared at 31,000 feet

    Egypt: Russian plane disappeared at 31,000 feet

    Egyptian media said that the country's fighter jets flying reconnaissance located a debris site in Al-Hassana in central Sinai.

    “China still among most attractive destinations for investment”

    “China still among most attractive destinations for investment”

    The economy grew 6.9 per cent in the third quarter from a year earlier.

    Agreement on holding Syrian elections under UN supervision: Russia

    Agreement on holding Syrian elections under UN supervision: Russia

    Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said the Islamic State's attempts to gain more territory must be thwarted.

    October best month for global stocks

    October best month for global stocks

    Although the Stoxx Europe 600 Index Index dropped 0.3 per cent today, it's overall October performance stands at 7.7 per cent in October.

    China seeks to double GDP growth by 2020

    China seeks to double GDP growth by 2020

    To double the 2010 GDP rate, China will base its economy on consumption and market-driven factors.

    Russia seeks multilateral Syria solution in Vienna

    Russia seeks multilateral Syria solution in Vienna

    US says it's "prepared to work with any nation, including Russia and Iran, to resolve conflict in Syria".

    Latam stocks fall; Fed signals China fears over

    Latam stocks fall; Fed signals China fears over

    Global investors will look for signs from the Communist Party's annual plenum about monetary policy.

    SiSi, African leaders in Delhi for crucial summit

    SiSi, African leaders in Delhi for crucial summit

    The summit, which kicked off on October 26, culminates on October 29 with a meeting of heads of state.

    South Africa unemployment rises to 25.5%

    South Africa unemployment rises to 25.5%

    The report could not have come at a worse time for President Jacob Zuma who is dealing with nationwide protests.

    Wang calls on Japan to break from ‘inglorious’ past

    Wang calls on Japan to break from ‘inglorious’ past

    "We should not ... focus on our unfortunate past history; we should build future-oriented Japan-China relations," Shinzo Abe said.

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