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  • WHO: Syria allows more medical aid access to Aleppo and the  districts around Damascus (Reuters )
  • Tunisian presidential election: Beji Caid Essebsi wins with 55.68 pct vs. 44.32 pct for rival Moncef Marzouki – electoral results (Reuters)
  • Catalonia High Court says it will open proceedings over potential disobedience of regional president Artur Mas for holding symbolic secession vote in November


  • Obama rallies to aid Chrysler

    Chrysler is to ask a court in New York for bankruptcy protection from its creditors . … 30/04/09 20:00 CET

  • Deutsche Telekom cuts costs

    German phone company Deutsche Telekom is cutting costs. It plans to combine its fixed line… 30/04/09 20:00 CET

  • BASF better than expected

    Green shoots are literally flourishing in the agro-chemical business. BASF, the world’s… 30/04/09 20:00 CET




  • UK-EU pride and prejudice

    Eurosceptic Denmark and Iceland might see the recession as leading to an economic shotgun wedding… 30/04/09 21:25 CET

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  • Markets more positive

    In the European markets stocks rose , fuelling speculation that the worst of the global recession… 30/04/09 20:00 CET




  • 67°4 N, 26°6 E: a polar view

    Above the arctic circle, satellites observe the snow and ice to protect animals such as reindeer… 30/04/09 18:36 CET

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