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2008-02-04

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Kosovo looks to independent future, after Serbian election

In Pristina, the Serbian presidential election prompted newspaper headlines looking to the future, proclaiming that the independence of Kosovo is

In Pristina, the Serbian presidential election prompted newspaper headlines looking to the future, proclaiming that the independence of Kosovo is

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Israeli woman killed in first suicide bomb in a year

The first suicide bombing in Israel in more than a year has left one woman dead but officials say the outcome could have been a lot worse. It

The first suicide bombing in Israel in more than a year has left one woman dead but officials say the outcome could have been a lot worse. It

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EU applauds Serbian election result

The European Union has welcomed the election of Boris Tadic as President of Serbia. The pro-Western victor has promised to press ahead with Serbia’s

The European Union has welcomed the election of Boris Tadic as President of Serbia. The pro-Western victor has promised to press ahead with Serbia’s

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Presidential campaign takes a Super Bowl pause

As the clock ticks down to Super Tuesday, the race for the White House took a Super Bowl time out. Nothing, not even an election campaign, is as

As the clock ticks down to Super Tuesday, the race for the White House took a Super Bowl time out. Nothing, not even an election campaign, is as

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Disappointment for Kosovo's ethnic Serbs

For the majority of the 120,000-or-so ethnic Serb minority in Kosovo, the result of the Serbian Presidential election brought disappointment. At the

For the majority of the 120,000-or-so ethnic Serb minority in Kosovo, the result of the Serbian Presidential election brought disappointment. At the

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Serbia: Narrow win for Pro-Western Tadic

Serbia has re-elected its pro-western President. Boris Tadic has been returned to office, albeit with a slim margin of victory, promising to press

Serbia has re-elected its pro-western President. Boris Tadic has been returned to office, albeit with a slim margin of victory, promising to press

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Foreigners flee Chad fighting

Forces loyal to the President of Chad claim to have beaten back rebels in the capital N’Djamena after a second day of fighting. But the situation

Forces loyal to the President of Chad claim to have beaten back rebels in the capital N’Djamena after a second day of fighting. But the situation

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Romanians protest secret police ruling

Hundreds of people have gathered in the centre of the Romanian capital Bucharest to denounce what they say is a return to the Communist era. They are

Hundreds of people have gathered in the centre of the Romanian capital Bucharest to denounce what they say is a return to the Communist era. They are

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Serbia: Nikolic asks for continued Russian help

The hardline nationalist runner-up in Serbia’s Presidential election, Tomislav Nikolic, sees Russia as the more acceptable partner, especially over

The hardline nationalist runner-up in Serbia’s Presidential election, Tomislav Nikolic, sees Russia as the more acceptable partner, especially over

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Pro-EU Tadic returned as Serbia's President

The pro-European Boris Tadic has claimed victory after the second round of Presidential elections in Serbia. Tadic, who has held the post since 2004

The pro-European Boris Tadic has claimed victory after the second round of Presidential elections in Serbia. Tadic, who has held the post since 2004