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China's incoming president Xi Jinping's family 'has wealth of hundreds of ...
Mr Xi has carefully fostered a reputation for clean government, and there is no evidence that he has a personal fortune. Chinese officials are forbidden from accumulating significant wealth.
Xi Jinping Millionaire Relations Reveal Fortunes of Elite  Bloomberg
Bo family bought luxury London flats
Property records show the British Virgin Islands-registered company Golden Map Ltd bought at least two apartments - now worth more than �2m - in plush south Kensington between May 2002 and May 2003.
How Greece has got itself in this mess
The Greek government was granted a €110bn bailout in May 2010 from the International Monetary Fund, European Union and European Commission, collectively known as the troika.
Court shown footage of night 35-year-old was burned
A woman doused with white spirit and set alight by a spurned admirer told a police officer: 'I know I am going to die', a court heard.
Everything you think you know about healthy eating is wrong!
Sugar is bad news for our health, too. A study from Harvard University in the U.S. found that drinking a sugary drink every day increases your risk of heart disease.
Lunch with the FT
Confident, internationally minded, brash, even flash, they have founded enterprises and wielded business techniques - the hostile takeover, merit-based pay, cut-throat competition and unapologetic self-promotion - that are alien to Japan's postwar ...
Aliahna Maroney-Lemmon death: Michael Plumadore is sentenced to life in prison
A career criminal who admitted to fatally bludgeoning and dismembering a 9-year-old girl he was baby-sitting just days before Christmas was sentenced today to life in prison.
Reith Lecture: 'We're mortgaging the future of the younger generation'
Critics of Western democracy are right to discern that something is amiss with our political institutions. The most obvious symptom of the malaise is the huge debts we have managed to accumulate in recent decades, which (unlike in the past) cannot ...
Vodafone chief Vittorio Colao: Am I paid too much? That's a tough call
It intends to pursue international arbitration over the case, which has far-reaching ramifications for hundreds of multinationals operating in the country and the future of foreign investment in India.
Analysis: money is driving force of rise in foreign students seeking UK degree
Universities can typically charge international postgraduate students at least twice as much at UK postgraduate students. Partly as a result of higher tuition fees, an increasing number of British students are travelling abroad to attend university.