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  • Tunisian forces killed six people after a standoff with an Islamist militant group on the outskirts of Tunis – Reuters
  • Poland lodges request with European Court of Human Rights for review of judgment in CIA prisons case – Reuters
  • French fighter jets destroyed 12 buildings in Iraq holding weapons under control of Islamic State militants
  • NATO: Russia still has some troops in eastern Ukraine despite a partial withdrawal – Reuters
  • Turkish President Erdogan says Kurdish PYD has agreed the passage of 1,300 fighters from free Syrian army to Kobani – Reuters
  • Two policemen were injured in New York, one seriously, by an assailant with an axe. The suspect was shot dead


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  • Hungary’s economic dive alarms EU

    Hungary’s DAM, also known as Diosygor Steel, has laid off nearly all its workers, 878 of them. The… 19/03/09 19:07 CET

  • EU spending-shy at summit

    European Union leaders have been rejecting American calls for a stiffer economic stimulus effort… 19/03/09 19:07 CET


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  • Thursday 19th March

    The dollar has continued to fall against major currencies. On Wednesday it suffered its… 19/03/09 19:58 CET



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