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Helicopter carrying Iran’s president crashes

 

Ebrahim Raisi’s condition unclear after ‘hard landing’ of his aircraft in mountainous region

Who pulls the strings of power in Iran?

 

Military confrontation with Israel highlights dominance of Ali Khamenei and Revolutionary Guards

Why Hizbollah was sidelined in Iran-Israel clashes

 

Though regional hostilities recently hit their most dangerous level, militant group’s participation remained largely symbolic

The battlegrounds that could decide a US-China war over Taiwan

 

Five key military contests are likely to determine the outcome of a conflict

We are a step closer to taxing the super-rich

 

What once seemed like an impossibility is now being considered by G20 finance ministers

The weaponisation of ‘common sense’

 

A recent furore over rainbow lanyards demonstrates the absurdity of the way the phrase is being used

G7 warms to plan for Trump-proofing Ukraine aid

 

Washington seeks to front-load aid for Kyiv by using profits from Russia’s frozen assets as loan guarantees

Ukrainian women wanted in factories as men drafted into army

 

ArcelorMittal steel plant says hiring female workers is a matter of survival for the company

EQT in discussions to buy UK-listed video game group for £2.2bn

 

Private equity firm has already made four unsolicited proposals for Keywords Studios

Global investors wake up to cheap UK stocks as takeover activity rises

 

Jupiter Asset Management boss says London-listed shares are ‘cheapest they have been in 50 years’

European utilities cut renewable targets as high costs and low power prices bite

 

Trend of scaling back and reviewing plans highlights difficult economics of transitioning away from fossil fuels

New Covid variants stoke fears of a summer surge in cases

 

So-called FLiRT strains set to test effectiveness of vaccines against latest mutations

FT executive education rankings highlight comeback of online learning

 

New short-course tables show some reversal of post-Covid insistence on in-person training

Britain’s new food security index is a poor excuse for policy

 

There is little value in Whitehall’s creation of something that suggests everything is fine

Javier Milei triggers diplomatic row by calling Spanish PM’s wife ‘corrupt’

 

Spain recalls ambassador after Argentine leader attacks Pedro Sánchez’s partner at far-right rally in Madrid

Man City wins unprecedented fourth consecutive Premier League title

 

Guardiola’s squad, assembled using Abu Dhabi’s vast riches, clinches hard fought campaign

Gantz threatens to quit Israeli government if no new war plan by June 8

 

Ultimatum by member of Netanyahu’s war cabinet brings to a head months of internal tensions over Gaza

Israel’s ‘strategic drift’ darkens national mood

 

Rafah offensive and hostage talks stalemate create sense of endless war

UK government set to pay billions to victims in blood scandal

 

Compensation expected to be announced after conclusion of seven-year public inquiry on Monday

London insurance market jobs hit highest level in decade

 

Industry benefits from specialist knowledge of everything from shipwrecks to cyber attacks

China retaliates against the US and EU with anti-dumping probe

 

Tit-for-tat investigation into thermoplastics follows a pattern established during the Trump presidency

Are the US and Chinese economies really about to start ‘decoupling’?

 

Experts say Biden’s tariffs on Chinese clean tech goods are not the trade-war move some fear

‘We had no idea what private equity was about’: Japanese chipmaker CEO on buyout bosses

 

Fumiyuki Kanai came to value KKR as a tool for change ahead of country’s biggest IPO in five years

Congolese forces claim to have thwarted coup ‘involving foreign nationals’

 

Government official says first ‘lines of inquiry’ point to self-exiled opposition politician Christian Malanga

How fast is UK inflation falling?

 

Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead

Dollar rally falters as falling inflation raises hopes of rate cuts

 

US currency on track for first negative month of the year after end to months of above-forecast CPI data

Anthony O’Reilly, one of Ireland’s leading businessmen, 1936-2024

 

Former rugby champion, Heinz CEO and media owner made and lost one of his country’s biggest fortunes

US lab-grown meat bans criticised as culture war ‘own goal’

 

Producer warns America is ceding a competitive advantage, just as it did with semiconductors

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