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  • *Blast in Lagos port claimed by Islamist militants Boko Haram. ABUJA, July 13- As long as violence perpetrated by Islamist militants was more or less contained in Nigeria's remote northeast, the attitude of many citizens and expatriates in the more prosperous south was a shrug of the shoulders.

  • Most of the cuts he suggested in a 72- page review of Italy's public administration- an unpublished tome seen by Reuters that picks apart services ranging from disability benefits to policing- appear to have been ignored by Matteo Renzi's government.

  • CONAKRY, Guinea/ KENEMA, Sierra Leone, July 13- G overnments and health agencies trying to contain the world's deadliest ever Ebola epidemic in West Africa fear the contagion could be worse than reported because suspicious locals are chasing away health workers and shunning treatment.

  • LONDON, July 13- Boeing plans to bring out a new minor model of its best-selling 737 passenger jet with extra seats, the head of its planemaking division said, stepping up efforts to woo low-cost carriers in competition with Europe's Airbus.

  • LONDON, July 13- Boeing Co said on Sunday it was optimistic it could maintain production of its F/A-18 and EA-18G fighter jets in St. Louis through the end of 2017- a year longer than expected- if Congress approved additional orders of a dozen more planes.

  • LONDON, July 13- Lockheed Martin's F-35 Joint Strike Fighter will not make its international debut at the Farnborough air show on Monday, though there is still a chance it will appear later in the week, the event's organizers said on Sunday.

  • Dark pool probe builds pressure on Barclays boss Sunday, 13 Jul 2014 | 9:21 AM ET

    *NY lawsuit alleges Barclays equities dark pool deceived some customers. *Barclays is conducting its own investigation into the allegations.

  • FARNBOROUGH, England, July 13- CFM International expects another record year for engine orders, its chief executive said on Sunday, adding the company, which earlier in the day announced an order from American Airlines, had bid for an engine deal with easyJet.

  • SALLOUM, Egypt July 13- A few days before he was elected Egypt's president in May, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi discreetly visited tribesmen living along the border with Libya.

  • WASHINGTON, July 13- This year was supposed to be different for Congress. U.S. lawmakers expected that a promising budget deal reached after a government shutdown last year would herald a new normal for passing annual spending bills, moving Congress away from the crisis-driven approach and resulting economic jitters of recent years.

  • LOS ANGELES, July 13- YouTube has embarked on a new round of discussions with Hollywood and independent producers to fund premium content, two sources with knowledge of the talks told Reuters, a move that could bolster a three-year-old multimillion-dollar effort that has had mixed success so far.

  • AIRSHOW-Engine maker CFM eyes record orders in 2014 Sunday, 13 Jul 2014 | 6:50 AM ET

    FARNBOROUGH, England, July 13- The chief executive of engine maker CFM International expects another record year for engine orders, after the company achieved a best in 2013..

  • MOSCOW, July 13- Russia's foreign ministry said that an incident on Sunday in which a cross-border shell fired from Ukraine hit two houses in Russia, reportedly killing a Russian man and injuring two women, may have "irreversible" consequences.

  • RUSSIA CALLS CROSS-BORDER SHELLING "AGGRESSIVE ACT" BY UKRAINE AGAINST SOVEREIGN RUSSIAN TERRITORY AND RUSSIAN CITIZENS.

  • RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS SUNDAY'S SHELLING FROM UKRAINE INTO RUSSIAN TERRITORY MAY HAVE "IRREVERSIBLE" CONSEQUENCES.

  • FARNBOROUGH, England, July 13- CFM International, a joint venture between General Electric Aviation and Safran of France, said on Sunday that it had been picked by American Airlines Group to provide engines for 100 Airbus A320neo jets the airline has on order. CFM said the order is worth $2.6 billion at list prices.

  • LONDON/ HONG KONG, July 13- Financiers may grumble that the United States is acting like an imperial power in punishing foreign banks for dealings far beyond U.S. territory, but in the end they are more likely to bow to Washington than kick against its dollar muscle.

  • LONDON, July 13- The regulatory noose is tightening around dark pools, private share-trading venues that promise anonymity for specialist investors, offering a chance for rival exchanges in the United States and Europe to take back market share.

  • BERLIN, July 13- It has taken a quarter of a century longer than hoped but Berlin is now glimpsing the prosperity that was supposed to land in its lap after the Wall came down in 1989 and it was restored as the jubilant capital of Germany.

  • WASHINGTON, July 12- Phil Falcone's Harbinger Capital Partners has filed suit against the U.S. government, accusing it of reneging on an agreement regarding bankrupt Harbinger-backed wireless company LightSquared LP, the Wall Street Journal reported.