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Market's attention to Ukraine and Gaza may be limited

NEW YORK: Volatility spiked last Thursday after the tragedy of a downed civilian jetliner in Ukraine and the mounting death toll in Gaza and Israel interrupted the summer trading slumber.

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France's Le Pen: Eurosceptics to block EU-US trade pact

PARIS (Reuters) - France's Marine Le Pen sees her far right National Front joining force with other Eurosceptic parties in the next European Parliament to block a major transatlantic trade pact billed by supporters as vital for global growth and jobs.

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In Brussels, China learns 'eurospeak' to seek influence

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - At the height of the euro zone crisis, a Chinese official quipped that Europe was being reduced to a "wonderful theme park" for tourists. That view no longer has much currency as Beijing recalibrates links with the world's biggest trade bloc.

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Kiev woos oligarchs, bolstering east against Putin

DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - Even as a new alarm sounds about it massing troops on the Ukrainian border, Russia may have missed its chance to exploit unrest in the Russian-speaking east to seize Ukraine's industrial heartland in the way it took Crimea.

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Ukraine won't fire first in any trade war with Russia - envoy

GENEVA (Reuters) - Ukraine will not initiate a trade war with Russia and hopes to use the World Trade Organization to resolve any such disputes initiated by Russia, Ukraine's ambassador in Geneva told a news conference on Thursday.

World

Ukraine won't fire first in any trade war with Russia - envoy

GENEVA (Reuters) - Russia will not initiate a trade war with Russia and hopes to use the World Trade Organization to resolve any such disputes initiated by Russia, Ukraine's Ambassador in Geneva told a news conference on Thursday.

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Factbox - EU options to apply pressure on Russia over Ukraine

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders meet for an emergency summit in Brussels on Thursday to discuss the crisis in Ukraine and how to respond to Russia's seizure of the Crimean peninsula.

World

Top EU powers retreat further on aviation emission plans

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain, France and Germany want to curtail further a European Union plan to regulate CO2 emissions from flights, setting up a clash with Brussels keen to maintain the bloc's climate policy which has sparked threats of a global trade war.

World

Ukraine parliament fails to break Tymoshenko deadlock

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's parliament failed to break a deadlock on Tuesday over freeing jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, with deputies openly recognising that a landmark trade deal with the European Union may not be signed as scheduled next week.

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Ukraine leader urges pro-Europe drive despite Kremlin pressure

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich urged parliament on Tuesday to pass laws to underpin the country's pro-Europe drive, even as Russia renewed pressure on Kiev to halt its westward course.