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GENEVA (Reuters) – Syria’s main opposition group is considering a proposal by U.N. special envoy Staffan de Mistura that could pave the way to the delegation pressing ahead with talks after holding their first meeting with him on Sunday, a Western diplomatic source said.
The UK economy grew at its slowest rate since mid-2013 in the three months to January, according to analysis by the CBI.
The UK’s biggest bank, HSBC, plans to impose a global freeze on pay and hiring in 2016, according to sources.
Google’s £130m UK tax settlement was “not a glorious moment” for the government, Business Secretary Sajid Javid acknowledges.
FEDETO/ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (Reuters) – On a treeless plain in eastern Ethiopia, thousands of destitute pastoralists have set up camp outside the tiny village of Fedeto. Over the past six months the camp has swelled as one of the worst droughts in decades has decimated herds, dried up pasture and made even drinking water scarce.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Iraq needs $1.56 billion this year to finance its emergency response to the humanitarian crisis caused by the war against Islamic State, according to a government report released on Sunday.