Former trader Hayes found guilty in world's first Libor trial

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- Ex-trader Tom Hayes was sentenced to 14 years in jail by a London court on Monday after being found guilty of conspiring to rig Libor benchmark interest rates following a seven-year global investigation.

Obama issues challenge on climate change with power plant rule

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WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama challenged America and the world to step up efforts to fight global warming on Monday at the formal unveiling of his administration's controversial, ramped-up plan to cut carbon emissions from U.S. power plants. | Video

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Prices plummet as Athens bourse reopens

Greece reopens its stock market in a bid to exit crisis mode, but a hoped-for return to normality is marked down by investors with an immediate 20% sell-off.  Video | Full Article 

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Europe recovery intact, but beware China

German manufacturing nudged upwards again in July, but France's shrank - while China adds to external worries as Western firms face what one describes as economic 'drought' there.  Video | Full Article 

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New cocktails to test cancer drug pricing

New cancer drug cocktails set to reach the market in the next few years will test the limits of premium pricing for life-saving medicines, forcing company executives to consider fresh market strategies.  Full Article 

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Some doping test results show athletes at risk

KUALA LUMPUR/SYDNEY - Some of the thousands of leaked doping test results were so extreme they posed a risk to athletes' health, one of the experts cited in a report on suspected blood doping tells Reuters, calling for more action to clean up the sport.  Full Article 

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Carmakers combine to buy Nokia maps

Germany's big three carmakers, BMW, Mercedes and Audi, club together to raise 2.5 billion euros to buy Nokia's HERE mapping business as they push further towards autonomous driving.  Video | Full Article 

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Star Trek-style lift could replace stairlifts

A futuristic elevator that fits neatly into the corner of a room and moves between floors of a standard home could present a more attractive proposition than the traditional stairlift.  Video 

China rejects criticism of Tibetan resettlement program

China is rejecting criticism of its program to build settlements for Tibetan nomads, saying that resettlement has been based on "what the masses want". Sean Carberry reports.

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