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  • Poland to bring charges against two Russian air traffic controllers over a 2010 plane crash that killed then Polish president Lech Kaczynski (Reuters)
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  • Poland to bring charges against two Russian air traffic controllers over a 2010 plane crash that killed then Polish president Lech Kaczynski (Reuters)
  • Bulgaria have withdrawn from the European weightlifting championships in Georgia after 11 athletes tested positive for doping
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  • Major power outage hits Amsterdam and North Holland – Schiphol airport had a temporary outage with incoming flights diverted and takeoff delays
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    Swiss engineering group ABB has said it expects its third-quarter net income to be boosted to… 19/10/09 20:09 CET

  • Norilsk profits slump

    Russia’s Norilsk has announced sharply lower profits for the last six months, but the world’s… 19/10/09 20:09 CET

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  • Markets: 19th October

    European shares bounced back to one year highs, with banks, food producers and drugmakers leading… 19/10/09 20:11 CET

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  • Low-carbon energy in the EU

    Despite the financial crisis, the European Commission wants the EU to triple the amount of money it… 19/10/09 17:33 CET

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    Microcredit, or the offer of small loans for the world’s poorest countries, is increasingly in… 19/10/09 17:33 CET

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