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  • Obama, in latest climate move, pledges $3 billion for global fund

    President Barack Obama on Friday pledged a $3 billion U.S. contribution to an international fund to help poor countries cope with the effects of climate change, putting the issue front and center of the G20 Leaders Summit in Australia. The large size...
  • WTO sees global trade pact within two weeks

    BRISBANE Australia (Reuters) - The World Trade Organization said on Friday there was a "high probability" that a major deal on streamlining global customs rules will be implemented within two weeks after India and the United States overcame a key impasse....
  • Interest growing in emergency health fund: World Bank

    BRISBANE Australia (Reuters) - The head of the World Bank said on Friday the idea of establishing a global emergency fund that could quickly respond to a health crisis has received interest and funds for it could be raised on the international bond...
  • EU to demand further corrections to Italy 2015 budget - source

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission will tell Italy to make further corrections to its 2015 budget to meet European debt reduction rules, an EU source said on Friday, a move that would dash Rome's hopes of avoiding further austerity measures....
  • As Ebola fight grows, some countries are noticeably absent

    WASHINGTON Despite the United States' diplomatic arm-twisting, international health experts are warning that the international response to the deadly Ebola outbreak remains dangerously inadequate to meet the needs on the ground. The experts point to a...
  • G20's Carney says bank crisis reforms 'substantially complete'

    LONDON (Reuters) - The job of fixing flaws that led to the 2007-09 financial crisis is largely done and the focus will turn to spotting new risks and rebuilding trust among regulators, a global watchdog set up by the Group of 20 (G20) leading economies...
  • At G-20 summit, U.S. likely to press others to help lift global economy

    At G-20 summit, U.S. likely to press others to help lift global economy
    As President Obama and other world leaders arrive Saturday in Brisbane, Australia, for the annual G-20 summit, they will face a daunting challenge: steering a global economy that has seen most of its major players slowing down. One notable exception...
  • IMF urges Japan to impose second tax hike, welcomes BOJ easing

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan should go ahead with a second sales tax hike next year as scheduled given the country's high fiscal deficit, a senior IMF official said, as speculation premier Shinzo Abe will delay the tax increase and call a snap election mounts....
  • Latecomer Croatia finds no easy access to EU prosperity

    ZAGREB (Reuters) - At midday, the main food market in Croatia's picturesque capital is a feast of color, sounds and smells. By mid-afternoon, when vendors pack up their stalls, the European Union's newest member shows its flip side; the poor move in to...
  • Mali races to contain new Ebola outbreak as deaths worldwide top 5,000

    Mali races to contain new Ebola outbreak as deaths worldwide top 5,000
    Authorities in Mali were scrambling Wednesday to contain a new outbreak of Ebola, just as they thought they had the deadly virus under control. More than 90 people were placed in quarantine after a 25-year-old nurse working at the privately owned...
  • Russia resuming Cold War-era bomber flights close to U.S. shores

    In response to NATO's "anti-Russia inclinations," the Kremlin will resume its Cold War-era practice of sending long-range bombers to patrol the western Atlantic and eastern Pacific, Russia's defense minister announced Wednesday. The flights, which...