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2009-04-04

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Anti-NATO protests take a violent turn

Anti-NATO demonstrators torched a former border post on the French side of the Franco-German frontier as protests took a violent turn. Members of

Anti-NATO demonstrators torched a former border post on the French side of the Franco-German frontier as protests took a violent turn. Members of

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NATO leaders bridging their differences

In a hugely symbolic gesture the leaders of NATO have walked across a footbridge from Germany to France to attend their summit, to emphasise the

In a hugely symbolic gesture the leaders of NATO have walked across a footbridge from Germany to France to attend their summit, to emphasise the

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Obama al-Queda warning

At a closing speech at Nato’s summit US President Barack Obama has warned al-Queda still poses a real danger. Speaking in Strasbourg the

At a closing speech at Nato’s summit US President Barack Obama has warned al-Queda still poses a real danger. Speaking in Strasbourg the

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New leader for NATO as Turkey falls in line

NATO leaders agreed unanimously on Saturday to appoint Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen as the next head of the alliance after Turkey

NATO leaders agreed unanimously on Saturday to appoint Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen as the next head of the alliance after Turkey

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Slovakia votes in presidential poll

Voting in Slovakia is underway in a run-off election to decide the country’s next president. Opposition presidential candidate Iveta Radicova

Voting in Slovakia is underway in a run-off election to decide the country’s next president. Opposition presidential candidate Iveta Radicova

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Gaffe prone Berlusconi at it again

In what seems to be becoming almost a regular occurence, Silvio Berlusconi has thrown out the protocol rule book during a greeting ceremony at NATO’s

In what seems to be becoming almost a regular occurence, Silvio Berlusconi has thrown out the protocol rule book during a greeting ceremony at NATO’s

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Albania and Croatia welcomed into NATO

Albania and Croatia become the 27th and 28th members of NATO at the alliance’s 60th anniversary summit. Both countries were welcomed into the fold

Albania and Croatia become the 27th and 28th members of NATO at the alliance’s 60th anniversary summit. Both countries were welcomed into the fold

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Anti-NATO protests break police cordon

In spite of a massive police crackdown several hundred anti-NATO demonstrators have managed to enter the centre of Strasbourg to protest. As well

In spite of a massive police crackdown several hundred anti-NATO demonstrators have managed to enter the centre of Strasbourg to protest. As well

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Binghampton in shock after shooting spree

The goodfolk of Binghamton, New York are still trying to make sense of the shooting spree at an immigration centre that left 14 dead including the

The goodfolk of Binghamton, New York are still trying to make sense of the shooting spree at an immigration centre that left 14 dead including the

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Nazi war crimes suspect too sick for deportation

A US court has blocked the deportation of John Demjanjuk, the Nazi war crimes suspect who was due to fly to Germany on Sunday. The judge said that

A US court has blocked the deportation of John Demjanjuk, the Nazi war crimes suspect who was due to fly to Germany on Sunday. The judge said that

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Turkey spoils the party mood at NATO summit

Even the best laid plans for a NATO summit can go awry – as the leaders attended a working dinner last night, Turkey suddenly become a party spoiler

Even the best laid plans for a NATO summit can go awry – as the leaders attended a working dinner last night, Turkey suddenly become a party spoiler

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Slovakia votes in presidential poll

Voters in Slovakia go to the polls today in a run-off election for the country’s president. Opinion polls point to a win for the incumbent

Voters in Slovakia go to the polls today in a run-off election for the country’s president. Opinion polls point to a win for the incumbent

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Gunman opens fire on immigrants in US

Fourteen people are now confirmed dead after man opened fire in an immigration services building in the US town of Binghamton. The gunman is

Fourteen people are now confirmed dead after man opened fire in an immigration services building in the US town of Binghamton. The gunman is