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MOSCOW (Reuters) - The likelihood that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed is close to 100 percent, Interfax news agency quoted the head of the defence committee in Russia's upper parliamentary house as saying on Friday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - While Afghanistan celebrate their lofty status as a test-playing nation, far away in Mumbai, head coach Lalchand Rajput is busy plotting how to instil a five-day temperament into a team more attuned to the hard-hitting nature of limited-overs cricket.
SACRAMENTO, California (Reuters) - Christian Coleman displayed the kind of speed that helped him clock the fastest time of the year when he led 100 metres qualifying at the U.S. national championships on Thursday as 35-year-old Justin Gatlin kept pace with the youngsters.
DUBLIN: Ireland raised 3 billion euros ($3.4 billion) by selling a quarter of Allied Irish Banks (AIB) on Friday in a remarkable turnaround for a company at the forefront of reckless lending during the "Celtic Tiger" boom.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peru Prime Minister Fernando Zavala will be appointed finance minister and remain in his current post at the head of centrist President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's cabinet, two government sources told Reuters on Thursday.
DUBLIN: Ireland raised 3 billion euros (US$3.35 billion) on Friday by returning Allied Irish Banks (AIB) to the stock market in one of the largest bank listings since the financial crisis, achieving a price close to the bank’s book value.
SYDNEY: A second Australian state on Friday said it was open to charging its own bank tax, raising fears the federal government has opened a ”Pandora’s box” by slapping its own A$6.2 billion (US$4.7 billion) levy on major lenders in its May budget.
SINGAPORE: Shares in embattled commodity trader Noble Group surged on Friday after an Abu Dhabi Financial Group equity fund disclosed that it had purchased a 5% stake.
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