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  • French police release aide to Gabon President Ali Bongo who was detained over a corruption probe on grounds of diplomatic immunity
  • More than 2,000 have died trying to cross the Mediterranean this year, says International Organization for Migration
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  • Two Turkish soldiers and an armed guard were killed in a blast in the southeastern province of Sirnak, Turkey
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corporate

  • Arcandor on brink of bankruptcy

    With time running out for German retailer Arcandor to avoid bankruptcy, thousands of the company’s… 08/06/09 21:31 CET

economy

  • Rosé makers toast mix victory

    Don’t mix your drinks – that argument from manufacturers of rosé wine has won out. EU Agriculture… 08/06/09 21:31 CET

  • Swiss jobless trend is up

    The number of people out of work in Switzerland inched down in May but the trend still points to… 08/06/09 21:31 CET

  • IATA: airlines in crisis

    The International Air Transport Association says the global airline industry faces an unprecedented… 08/06/09 21:31 CET

europa

le mag

  • Life after Blur

    After his departure from Britpop kings Blur in 2002, and a disintegrating personal life, few… 08/06/09 18:22 CET

markets

  • Monday 8th June

    European shares finished the day down 1.4 percent with investors seemingly concerned the recent… 08/06/09 21:31 CET

science

  • Battle to save Tarsiers

    Tarsiers, one of the smallest monkey species on earth and found only in South East Asia, may be on… 08/06/09 18:22 CET

terraviva

world news

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