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2008-01-20

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Serbia to go east or west?

Voting is underway in Serbia in a close presidential election which could determine the future of the Balkan nation as it prepares to lose its

Voting is underway in Serbia in a close presidential election which could determine the future of the Balkan nation as it prepares to lose its

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Isolated Gaza forced to shut down power plant

Running out of fuel – Gaza’s main power plant has shut down after Israel closed its borders with the territory in response to Palestinian rocket

Running out of fuel – Gaza’s main power plant has shut down after Israel closed its borders with the territory in response to Palestinian rocket

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Georgia and Russia seek to build bridges

Georgia and Russia appear set to reverse years of hostile relations after Mikhail Saakashvili extended the olive branch during his swearing-in as

Georgia and Russia appear set to reverse years of hostile relations after Mikhail Saakashvili extended the olive branch during his swearing-in as

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All eyes on Florida after McCain's win in S. Carolina

The Republican race is even closer than the Democrats with no clear frontrunner emerging yet. Mitt Romney was the only one of the leading Republican

The Republican race is even closer than the Democrats with no clear frontrunner emerging yet. Mitt Romney was the only one of the leading Republican

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Nevada win gives Clinton edge over Obama

It was all smiles in the Clinton household but despite yesterday’s victory in Nevada, the former first couple know they are still a long way from a

It was all smiles in the Clinton household but despite yesterday’s victory in Nevada, the former first couple know they are still a long way from a

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Saakashvili inaugurated but poll row continues

Mikhail Saakashvili has been inaugurated for his second term as Georgian President but the opposition, who claim the recent election was rigged, have

Mikhail Saakashvili has been inaugurated for his second term as Georgian President but the opposition, who claim the recent election was rigged, have

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Hostages freed in army raid on FARC hideout

Two more hostages have been freed in Colombia, but this time through military intervention rather than negotiation. The pair, a businessmen and a

Two more hostages have been freed in Colombia, but this time through military intervention rather than negotiation. The pair, a businessmen and a

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Which way will Serbia lean in presidential poll?

Today’s presidential poll in Serbia is being seen as a watershed election which will decide the country’s response to the expected breakaway of its

Today’s presidential poll in Serbia is being seen as a watershed election which will decide the country’s response to the expected breakaway of its

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Which way will Serbia lean in presidential poll?

Today’s presidential poll in Serbia is being seen as a watershed election which will decide the country’s response to the expected breakaway of its

Today’s presidential poll in Serbia is being seen as a watershed election which will decide the country’s response to the expected breakaway of its

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Yachtsman Joyon sets solo record

Frenchman Francis Joyon has smashed Britain’s Ellen MacArthur’s record for sailing solo round the world by a staggering two weeks. 51 year old

Frenchman Francis Joyon has smashed Britain’s Ellen MacArthur’s record for sailing solo round the world by a staggering two weeks. 51 year old

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Spain's police gather evidence into possible terror attack

Police in Spain have returned with a suspect to one of the premises in Barcelona they had earlier raided where they had found suspected bomb making

Police in Spain have returned with a suspect to one of the premises in Barcelona they had earlier raided where they had found suspected bomb making

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Clinton takes Nevada Obama a close second

Democrat Hillary Clinton won the Nevada caucus in what turned out to be a close fight with her nearest challenger Barak Obama. The result will no

Democrat Hillary Clinton won the Nevada caucus in what turned out to be a close fight with her nearest challenger Barak Obama. The result will no

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Romney walks Nevada caucas

Mitt Romney pulled off a convincing win in the Republican caucas in Nevada. Romney’s huge victory in the state followed his breakthrough win in

Mitt Romney pulled off a convincing win in the Republican caucas in Nevada. Romney’s huge victory in the state followed his breakthrough win in

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McCain pulls out the stops in South Carolina

John McCain wins the Republican primary in South Carolina after he narrowly defeated rival Mike Huckabee in a campaign where the candidates focused

John McCain wins the Republican primary in South Carolina after he narrowly defeated rival Mike Huckabee in a campaign where the candidates focused