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2009-06-27

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Lisa visits Paris Gay Pride march

A special guest at this year’s Gay pride march in Paris, Liza Minelli tonight sings a song to the memory of Michael Jackson, and adds star power to

A special guest at this year’s Gay pride march in Paris, Liza Minelli tonight sings a song to the memory of Michael Jackson, and adds star power to

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Jackson tributes and speculation continue

Spontaneous street parties have been springing up in cities across the world in tribute to the late Michael Jackson. From the Apollo Theater in

Spontaneous street parties have been springing up in cities across the world in tribute to the late Michael Jackson. From the Apollo Theater in

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Berisha and Rama neck and neck in Albania

Electioneering is over in Albania ahead of Sunday’s parliamentary elections with both parties promising a better future for the three point one

Electioneering is over in Albania ahead of Sunday’s parliamentary elections with both parties promising a better future for the three point one

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N.Ireland: UVF disarms, UDA says struggle is "over"

The two main pro-British paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have claimed they have decommissioned or have begun putting their weapons out of

The two main pro-British paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have claimed they have decommissioned or have begun putting their weapons out of

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New Lebanon PM says will try and work with Hezbollah

Saad al-Hariri, officially named today as the next prime minister of Lebanon, has said he will try to form a government of national unity with the

Saad al-Hariri, officially named today as the next prime minister of Lebanon, has said he will try to form a government of national unity with the

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Protesters call for no borders

Activists campaigning for the abolition of migration controls have been holding a demonstration near the French port of Calais. They are from the

Activists campaigning for the abolition of migration controls have been holding a demonstration near the French port of Calais. They are from the

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UVF disarms, UDA says "struggle over"

The Ulster Volunteer Force, which has claimed 550 mostly Catholic victims in Northern Ireland, says it has totally disarmed. The other major

The Ulster Volunteer Force, which has claimed 550 mostly Catholic victims in Northern Ireland, says it has totally disarmed. The other major

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G8 talks end full of good intentions for Afghanistan

A three-day G8 meeting in Trieste, Italy has drawn to a close with the focus on beating the Taliban insurgency along the border of Afghanistan and

A three-day G8 meeting in Trieste, Italy has drawn to a close with the focus on beating the Taliban insurgency along the border of Afghanistan and

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Jackson death risks child custody battle

In the wake of Michael Jackson’s death, what now for his three children? Prince Michael and Paris Michael, aged 11 and 10 respectively, were both

In the wake of Michael Jackson’s death, what now for his three children? Prince Michael and Paris Michael, aged 11 and 10 respectively, were both

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NATO & Russia resume dialogue

NATO and Russia have chosen a nice place, Corfu, for their first Council meeting in nearly a year. The relationship needs warming up after the

NATO and Russia have chosen a nice place, Corfu, for their first Council meeting in nearly a year. The relationship needs warming up after the

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Jackson medical secrets will out...eventually

The world must wait to find out what stopped Michael Jackson’s heart beating. An autopsy on his body has failed to identify the exact cause of his

The world must wait to find out what stopped Michael Jackson’s heart beating. An autopsy on his body has failed to identify the exact cause of his

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Albania prepares for EU test

Once Europe’s most-reclusive state, Albania holds elections tomorrow seen as a crucial test of its ambition to join the EU family of nations

Once Europe’s most-reclusive state, Albania holds elections tomorrow seen as a crucial test of its ambition to join the EU family of nations

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Jackson fans salute their hero

Michael Jackson was a truly global superstar, with fans all around the world. Many are sad naturally, but the thousands drawn to London’s Trafalgar

Michael Jackson was a truly global superstar, with fans all around the world. Many are sad naturally, but the thousands drawn to London’s Trafalgar

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Michael Jackson autopsy: no foul play

The autopsy into the death of Michael Jackson has ruled out foul play or violence. However, speculation is mounting on the singer’s use of

The autopsy into the death of Michael Jackson has ruled out foul play or violence. However, speculation is mounting on the singer’s use of

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Brazil calls off Air France search

Nearly four weeks after the Air France plane crash, Brazil has called off the search for victims and wreckage. Flight 447 came down in the Atlantic

Nearly four weeks after the Air France plane crash, Brazil has called off the search for victims and wreckage. Flight 447 came down in the Atlantic