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  • UEFA chief Michel Platini will stand for the FIFA presidency, it has been confirmed.
  • Iraqi government calls Turkish assault on Kurdish militants in northern Iraq “a dangerous escalation and an assault on iraqi sovereignty”.
  • Afghan government says investigating reports that Mullah Omar, leader of Afghan Taliban, is dead
  • An Afghan government official said that a press conference had been called on the subject of Taliban leader Mullah Omar, amid rumours of his death.
  • An air strike by an Israeli surveillance plane hit a car in southwestern Syria, killing two members of a militia fighting alongside the Syrian military (Reuters quoting Hezbollah’s al-Manar TV)
  • Turkish cabinet formally signs agreement opening Incirlik Air Base to US-led coalition against ISIL militants
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Cinema

  • The Brothers Bloom opens

    Rian Johnson’s new film “The Brothers Bloom” is a comedy about a pair of con men starring Rachael… 28/05/09 17:52 CET

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economy

  • Data change effects jobless total

    German unemployment rose for a seventh month running in May, though the increase was much smaller… 28/05/09 20:46 CET

  • OPEC output unchanged

    OPEC ministers meeting in Vienna have decided to leave the group’s oil output unchanged. It will… 28/05/09 20:46 CET

europa

  • German low-key EU campaigning

    Election campaigning in Germany… A poster here, a poster there… Relatively little is wholly… 28/05/09 21:08 CET

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markets

  • Thursday 28th May

    European shares finished the day almost one percent lower after three straight days of gains. They… 28/05/09 20:46 CET

questions for europe

  • Roma on EU agenda

    “Hi, my name is Alexia and I’d like to know what Europe is looking at doing to ensure that the… 28/05/09 20:19 CET

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space

  • A Window on the Universe

    ESAC, the European Space Astronomy Centre, could describe some of their work as “putting the… 28/05/09 17:52 CET

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