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Paris targets under threat as forecast 2% rise follows three years of zero growth

US president declines to condemn Philippine counterpart’s violent war on drugs

America will become ‘undisputed global oil and gas leader for decades’

Nicolas Hulot says utility must help country cut reliance on nuclear power

President looks unbeatable but campaign seen as chance to highlight injustices

Macri seeks to capitalise on midterm election victory with tax reform

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Saudi Arabia seeks to curtail growing regional influence of Iran-backed militia group

Surveillance overhaul hits almost all aspects of daily life in area 7 times size of UK

Maduro government unfazed by threats to seize oil exports and EU sanctions

Congressional Republicans face a battle reconciling different visions for overhaul

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