Federal Reserve chair Jay Powell said on Tuesday that reducing inflation would take a “significant period of time”, Turkey declared a state of emergency in areas ravaged by the region’s worst earthquake in decades, and the FT’s John Reed explains how allegations of stock manipulation at Indian conglomerate Adani present a challenge to the country’s institutions.

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Erdoğan declares state of emergency in Turkey after deadly earthquake

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