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2009-11-26

Culture

From Germany the chick with two ears!

Zweiohrkueken, the latest comedy from Germany -in English ‘The chick with two ears.’ The film follows a couple once madly in love, now struggling as

Zweiohrkueken, the latest comedy from Germany -in English ‘The chick with two ears.’ The film follows a couple once madly in love, now struggling as

Business

Toyota recall sparks improvement pledge

Toyota has promised it will strive to make better cars following its biggest ever recall of four and a quarter million vehicles in the USA to fix

Toyota has promised it will strive to make better cars following its biggest ever recall of four and a quarter million vehicles in the USA to fix

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Iranian Nobel winner's prize confiscated

Norway has said freedom of expression in Iran is under ‘great pressure’ as it accused Tehran of confiscating the Nobel Peace Prize of Shirin Ebadi

Norway has said freedom of expression in Iran is under ‘great pressure’ as it accused Tehran of confiscating the Nobel Peace Prize of Shirin Ebadi

Business

UK water firms avoid soaking

Rare good news for consumers with Britain’s water regulator Ofwat ordering water companies to freeze prices for the next five years. A draft

Rare good news for consumers with Britain’s water regulator Ofwat ordering water companies to freeze prices for the next five years. A draft

Business

Boom turns to bust in Dubai

Boom times are definitely over in Dubai it seems, with the news Dubai World, the nation’s flagship conglomerate, is seeking a debt standstill from

Boom times are definitely over in Dubai it seems, with the news Dubai World, the nation’s flagship conglomerate, is seeking a debt standstill from

Business

European shares slump on bad news from Dubai

European markets took a hammering on Thursday, hitting a three-week low after a three percent drop in shares on fears over Dubai’s debt. It was the

European markets took a hammering on Thursday, hitting a three-week low after a three percent drop in shares on fears over Dubai’s debt. It was the

Business

Eurozone banks still reluctant to lend

Private lending in the Eurozone has fallen again to both firms and households in October. It is a warning to the European Central Bank to think twice

Private lending in the Eurozone has fallen again to both firms and households in October. It is a warning to the European Central Bank to think twice

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Tunisian journalist jailed for assault

A wave of international criticism has greeted the news that a Tunisian journalist has been jailed for six months for assaulting a woman. Press

A wave of international criticism has greeted the news that a Tunisian journalist has been jailed for six months for assaulting a woman. Press

Science_technology

Cracking climate change

Our climate is changing. The effects can be seen all around us but time is not on our side. euronews catches up with researchers all over the world

Our climate is changing. The effects can be seen all around us but time is not on our side. euronews catches up with researchers all over the world

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Report: 'Dublin Catholic Church hid abuse'

The Catholic Church in Dublin has been accused of covering up years of widespread sexual abuse. One priest admitted abusing more than 100 children

The Catholic Church in Dublin has been accused of covering up years of widespread sexual abuse. One priest admitted abusing more than 100 children

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Student gunman kills and maims in Hungary

A student has opened fire at a university in the southern Hungarian city of Pecs, killing one student and wounding as many as five other people, some

A student has opened fire at a university in the southern Hungarian city of Pecs, killing one student and wounding as many as five other people, some

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China unveils emissions targets for Copenhagen

It is being billed as the last chance summit to save the planet. With two weeks to go before world leaders sit down in Copenhagen to hammer out a new

It is being billed as the last chance summit to save the planet. With two weeks to go before world leaders sit down in Copenhagen to hammer out a new

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Muslim pilgrims mark the end of the hajj

Thousands of devout muslims have gathered at Mount Arafat outside Mecca to mark the last official day of the hajj. This year’s pilgrimage has had its

Thousands of devout muslims have gathered at Mount Arafat outside Mecca to mark the last official day of the hajj. This year’s pilgrimage has had its

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German army chief quits over air strike cover up

On September 4 this year, an American fighter destroyed two hijacked fuel tankers in northern Afghanistan. The strike was ordered by a German

On September 4 this year, an American fighter destroyed two hijacked fuel tankers in northern Afghanistan. The strike was ordered by a German

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'Ball' in Palestinian court, says Israel's Lieberman

Israel’s foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman has said ‘the ball’ for restarting Middle East peace talks is now in court of the Palestinians. His

Israel’s foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman has said ‘the ball’ for restarting Middle East peace talks is now in court of the Palestinians. His

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China pledges binding C02 emissions cut

China has made its first ever commitment to cut its green house gas emissions ahead of next months climate change summit in Copenhagen. Beijing

China has made its first ever commitment to cut its green house gas emissions ahead of next months climate change summit in Copenhagen. Beijing

News

Mumbai mourns as city marks anniversary of deadly rampage

Mumbai marks the first anniversary of the deadly attacks that lasted nearly three days and left 174 people dead, including nine gunmen. Police and

Mumbai marks the first anniversary of the deadly attacks that lasted nearly three days and left 174 people dead, including nine gunmen. Police and

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German army chief quits over Afghan air strike

Germany’s top military chief Wolfgang Schneiderhan has resigned, after accusations the army withheld information concerning an air strike in

Germany’s top military chief Wolfgang Schneiderhan has resigned, after accusations the army withheld information concerning an air strike in

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Chavez and Ahmadinejad unite against US "imperialism"

Iran and Venezuela have pledged to “stand together until the end in the face of US imperialism.” The message comes as President Hugo Chavez

Iran and Venezuela have pledged to “stand together until the end in the face of US imperialism.” The message comes as President Hugo Chavez

Environment

Talk Planet

Talk Planet is an exciting new concept that gives our viewers the power to ask the questions. Host Monica Pinna will be dashing around Copenhagen

Talk Planet is an exciting new concept that gives our viewers the power to ask the questions. Host Monica Pinna will be dashing around Copenhagen

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London blaze forces 200 to evacuate homes

Around 150 firefighters have been battling a fierce blaze in Peckham, south-east London. As many as 200 people were forced to evacuate their homes

Around 150 firefighters have been battling a fierce blaze in Peckham, south-east London. As many as 200 people were forced to evacuate their homes

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Palestinians scornful of settlement 'freeze'

The Palestinian Authority has rejected outright any further peace talks based on Israel’s offer to temporarily restrict Jewish settlement

The Palestinian Authority has rejected outright any further peace talks based on Israel’s offer to temporarily restrict Jewish settlement

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Romanian left and liberals team up against Basescu

Socialists and Liberals have teamed up to oust Romania’s centre-right president in next month’s crucial run-off election vote. Social Democrat

Socialists and Liberals have teamed up to oust Romania’s centre-right president in next month’s crucial run-off election vote. Social Democrat

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America steers clear of landmine ban

The Obama administration says it has no plans to join a global treaty banning landmines as the American military believes it could not meet its

The Obama administration says it has no plans to join a global treaty banning landmines as the American military believes it could not meet its

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Obama to spell out US climate targets in Copenhagen

US President Barack Obama will pledge to cut America’s greenhouse gas emissions when he attends next month’s climate summit in Copenhagen, say White

US President Barack Obama will pledge to cut America’s greenhouse gas emissions when he attends next month’s climate summit in Copenhagen, say White

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Remembrance in Mumbai on anniversary of terror attacks

The people of Mumbai have been attending ceremonies to mark the first anniversary of the city’s worst terrorist attacks. Vigils, prayer services

The people of Mumbai have been attending ceremonies to mark the first anniversary of the city’s worst terrorist attacks. Vigils, prayer services

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Scores die as floods hamper Hajj pilgrimage

Saudi Arabian authorities say 48 people have been killed after heavy rains led to flooding in the port city of Jeddah on the first day of the annual

Saudi Arabian authorities say 48 people have been killed after heavy rains led to flooding in the port city of Jeddah on the first day of the annual