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US military’s nude photo scandal spreads to all branches
The Pentagon has expanded the scope of its investigations into a nude photo sharing scandal by US military personnel after finding evidence that it goes beyond the Marine Corps and includes servicemen from all forces.
India to let Iranian banks open branches
The media in New Delhi say the country is preparing to issue licenses to five Iranian private banks to open branches in India – a move which is expected to significantly facilitate trade between the two countries.
Rouhani censures int’l bodies for failing to settle global issues
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani defended Tehran’s support for neighbors, censuring international organizations including the United Nations for their declining influence in settling global issues.
HSBC to halve branches in India
British bank HSBC has said that it will almost halve its branch network in India from 50 to 26 following its decision to shut down its private banking business targeted at the rich.
2 branches of Russia’s Sberbank in Kiev bombed
Two branches of Russia’s biggest bank, Sberbank, in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, have been targeted by separate explosions, which damaged their buildings.

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