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# Global

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Citigroup to cut 11,000 jobs and scale back global operations
The jobs will be cut in a move to boost efficiency, as Citi focuses on 150 cities worldwide that have the highest growth potential in consumer banking.
Poll: How corrupt do you believe Ireland to be?
A new international index has given us our lowest rating ever – and could hit our credit rating. What do you think?
Ireland gets worst ever global corruption ranking
Ireland is 25 out of an index of 176 countries, which Transparency Ireland says could have a harmful effect on its economic recovery.
Obama's Moneygall cousin to work on connecting Ireland's global diaspora
Henry Healy “delighted” to join the Ireland Reaching Out campaign.
Cyber attacks lead to €64 million stolen from banks
A newly released joint report by Guardian Analytics and McAfee said the operation was led by criminals attacking cloud-based servers in a global fraud campaign.
TED2012: The ideas you should hear this year
How social media is making us emotionally lazy, why humans are born optimists and one man who has probably made you cry: the inspiring talks to expect from non-profit group TED this year.
Landmark climate change deal agreed in Durban
Delegates reached a hard-fought agreement early this morning on a new deal to fight climate change.
Occupy Dame Street protesters taking part in global day of action
A rally will take place in Dublin at 2pm this afternoon, as protests get underway in more than 80 countries around the world.
Substandard food aid "fails malnourished children"
World Food Day takes place on 16 October and Médecin Sans Frontières is appealing to countries to ensure they provide nutritious food aid to malnourished children.
Should we all be learning Chinese?
Treasury Holdings co-founder says Irish students should be learning a Chinese language – Enda Kenny says it’s up to schools. What do you say?
.phew, .abouttime: Internet naming body agrees to expand domain names
The organisation has voted to allow the creation of new domain suffixes, meaning .google, .apple or .thejournal are a possibility.