President Vladimir Putin left global oil executives in little doubt as to who was the master of the world's largest energy reserves at Russia's answer to Davos.
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Anna Bellamy-McIntyre's situation is similar to my own, but what response does Australia offer those humanities postgraduates who can neither find a job in universities nor are welcomed by the secondary education sector?
Saudi Arabia has reopened an old oil pipeline built by Iraq to bypass Gulf shipping lanes, giving Riyadh scope to export more of its crude from Red Sea terminals should Iran try to block
Apple Inc's suppliers in China have violated local labor laws when they imposed excessive overtime and skimped on insurance, a New York-based labor rights group said.Apple and its
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Restarting of nuclear reactor has caused public opposition to grow as some worry about atomic safety claims.
There have been an average of 52 job applications for every UK graduate position this year - an 11% increase on last year, a study says.
Libyans hope to move beyond the civil war that ended Moammar Kadafi's 42-year repressive rule. Yet distrust and tension hang over the country. 'We need law here,' one voter says.
Airbus and Boeing head into next week's Farnborough Airshow locked in their fiercest market share battle for up to a decade, slashing prices to win key orders for their...