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Brazil’s government nominated the chief executive of mining giant Vale as the next board chairman of state-run oil firm Petrobras, disappointing those who were looking for sweeping changes at the oil company.
By Will Connors
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 29, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Australia plans to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, it said on Sunday, reversing a previous decision to stay out of the China-led institution.
By Jamie Smyth in Sydney
Financial Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
On a second day of Saudi airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen, Saudi and Egyptian officials declined to rule out the possibility of ground troops.
By SAEED AL-BATATI and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
The New York Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Many believe Ms. Aristegui, a leading radio personality, and her team were fired after a report on a mansion built for the president’s wife by a company with lucrative government contracts.
By ELISABETH MALKIN
The New York Times,  Mar. 29, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The move is an about-face, as Australia had earlier agreed with the Obama administration’s requests to stay aloof from the bank
By JANE PERLEZ
The New York Times,  Mar. 29, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Ten regional Sunni states have been participating in a Saudi-led military campaign bombing Houthi Shia minority rebels in Yemen.
By Heba Saleh in Cairo
Financial Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Hardline insurgents gain control of second province
By Erika Solomon in Beirut
Financial Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The sale to Union Bancaire Privée concerns the Coutts International business outside Britain. The price to be paid will be determined in part by assets under management on closing.
By CHAD BRAY
The New York Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Dense crowds of people sometimes waited hours to vote on Saturday, and the election had to be extended to Sunday in parts of the country where machinery malfunctioned.
By ADAM NOSSITER
The New York Times,  Mar. 29, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
A coalition of Islamist insurgents, including a branch of Al Qaeda, seized most of the northern Syrian city of Idlib after four days of heavy fighting. It marks the second time during the war that the government has entirely lost control of a provincial capital.
By ANNE BARNARD
The New York Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Saudi-led coalition bombs Houthi fighters advancing on Aden
By Peter Salisbury
Financial Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Delegates adamant that resolution with Tehran will be substantial
By Sam Jones in Lausanne
Financial Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The return to normalcy in monetary policy will be prolonged, the Fed chairwoman said, because the American economy remains fragile.
By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM and NELSON D. SCHWARTZ
The New York Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Aviation experts say that most screening programs in Europe and the United States are based on an honor system that relies on pilots volunteering information about their mental health.
By ERICA GOODE and JAD MOUAWAD
The New York Times,  Mar. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Western diplomats and analysts are predicting a further escalation of tensions, possibly including the placement of Russian nuclear weapons in the annexed Crimean Peninsula and moves to create more unrest in cities like Mariupol and as far west as Odessa.
By STEVEN ERLANGER
The New York Times,  Mar. 29, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
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