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2010-01-19

Culture

Frankie Morello -v- Vivienne Westwood

The autumn/winter 2010/2011 Frankie Morello collection took two themes for its inspiration – football and The Twilight Saga. Says designer

The autumn/winter 2010/2011 Frankie Morello collection took two themes for its inspiration – football and The Twilight Saga. Says designer

Science_technology

The origins of our galaxy

New images from the Very Large Telescope in Chile show the interior of the Milky Way. This is Terzan 5 – a cluster of stars 20,000 light years away

New images from the Very Large Telescope in Chile show the interior of the Milky Way. This is Terzan 5 – a cluster of stars 20,000 light years away

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UNICEF: Caring for Haiti's earthquake children

Reports from Haiti suggest that aid is now beginning to move more freely and getting into the hands of those who need it most. Among the most

Reports from Haiti suggest that aid is now beginning to move more freely and getting into the hands of those who need it most. Among the most

Business

JAL files for bankruptcy thousands of jobs face chop

Japan Airlines, Asia’s largest carrier, has filed for bankruptcy protection with debts of around 18 billion euros. The company now plans to slash

Japan Airlines, Asia’s largest carrier, has filed for bankruptcy protection with debts of around 18 billion euros. The company now plans to slash

Business

India calls for greater access to Chinese market

India’s economic growth is expected to gather yet more pace in 2010 with the Indian government calling on better access to China’s markets to boost

India’s economic growth is expected to gather yet more pace in 2010 with the Indian government calling on better access to China’s markets to boost

Business

Kraft consumes Cadbury as Brown warns no UK job cuts

Kraft Foods have agreed to buy Cadbury for around 13.5 billion euros creating the world’s largest confectioner. The deal brings an end to almost

Kraft Foods have agreed to buy Cadbury for around 13.5 billion euros creating the world’s largest confectioner. The deal brings an end to almost

Business

Citigroup posts loss after bailout payback

Citigroup Inc has posted a 4th quarter loss of around 5.3 billion euros as result of paying back US government bailout loans. The bank, which

Citigroup Inc has posted a 4th quarter loss of around 5.3 billion euros as result of paying back US government bailout loans. The bank, which

Business

UK inflation climbs higher than expected

Consumer prices in Britain rose 0.6 per cent last month, taking the annual rate up to 2.9 per cent from 1.9 percent in November. That marks the

Consumer prices in Britain rose 0.6 per cent last month, taking the annual rate up to 2.9 per cent from 1.9 percent in November. That marks the

Business

Greece submits new fiscal plan to EU scrutiny

Greece may well become the first EU member state to face penalties if it fails to counter the fiscal crisis engulfing the country. The Greeks are

Greece may well become the first EU member state to face penalties if it fails to counter the fiscal crisis engulfing the country. The Greeks are

News

Religious clashes flare in Nigeria

Violent clashes in Nigeria between Muslim and Christian gangs have claimed the lives of almost 150 people.Security forces have been trying to prevent

Violent clashes in Nigeria between Muslim and Christian gangs have claimed the lives of almost 150 people.Security forces have been trying to prevent

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UN says aid to Haitians starting to get through

Despite massive hurdles remaining the UN has insisted the humanitarian relief operation in the quake ravaged country is gaining momentum. Earlier

Despite massive hurdles remaining the UN has insisted the humanitarian relief operation in the quake ravaged country is gaining momentum. Earlier

Europe

Bulgaria's Jeleva pulls out of Commission running

The Barroso II Commission must wait yet a little longer to see the light of day, after Bulgaria’s member designate in the European Union executive

The Barroso II Commission must wait yet a little longer to see the light of day, after Bulgaria’s member designate in the European Union executive

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The daily plight of the children of Haiti

They have become the most vulnerable victims of Haiti’s devastating earthquake. Before the catastrophic events almost half of the population was

They have become the most vulnerable victims of Haiti’s devastating earthquake. Before the catastrophic events almost half of the population was

Culture

The Book of Eli

This all-action thriller stars Denzil Washington and Gary Oldman in what is essentially an extended argument over who gets the last word

This all-action thriller stars Denzil Washington and Gary Oldman in what is essentially an extended argument over who gets the last word

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US and UN struggle to distribute Haiti aid

About 20 American military Black Hawk helicopters have descended on the ruined grounds of Haiti’s presidential palace. Troops unloaded equipment

About 20 American military Black Hawk helicopters have descended on the ruined grounds of Haiti’s presidential palace. Troops unloaded equipment

Europe

The Lisbon Treaty explained

Among the long-awaited Lisbon Treaty’s goals are modernising how the EU states take common decisions and raising the bloc’s visibility on the

Among the long-awaited Lisbon Treaty’s goals are modernising how the EU states take common decisions and raising the bloc’s visibility on the

News

Haiti: a miracle among the ruins

These are the ruins of a bank where a woman called Jeanette used to work. This is her miraculous story. Roger is her husband watching in hope

These are the ruins of a bank where a woman called Jeanette used to work. This is her miraculous story. Roger is her husband watching in hope

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Lake Baikal: Controversial plant to re-open

The Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has given the go-ahead for a controversial paper-mill on the shores of Lake Baikal to start production

The Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has given the go-ahead for a controversial paper-mill on the shores of Lake Baikal to start production

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Bulgarian Euro Commission candidate stands down

Bulgaria’s candidate for the European Commission has withdrawn her nomination to join the executive, amid questions about her business dealings and

Bulgaria’s candidate for the European Commission has withdrawn her nomination to join the executive, amid questions about her business dealings and

Business

Kraft agree price to melt Cadbury shareholders

The American food giant Kraft have confirmed that they have come to an agreement with the board of Cadbury to take the company over. Kraft had

The American food giant Kraft have confirmed that they have come to an agreement with the board of Cadbury to take the company over. Kraft had

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Haiti's quake orphans

Haiti’s earthquake has left thousands of children without parents, but those who were orphans before the tremor have also been severely hit. Out

Haiti’s earthquake has left thousands of children without parents, but those who were orphans before the tremor have also been severely hit. Out

Business

Japan airlines to file for bankruptcy protection

Asia’s biggest commercial carrier, Japan airlines, is reportedly expected to file for bankruptcy protection later. Beset by volatile fuel costs

Asia’s biggest commercial carrier, Japan airlines, is reportedly expected to file for bankruptcy protection later. Beset by volatile fuel costs

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Haitian TV still on air despite quake

Following last week’s devastating earthquake in Haiti the glare of international TV has been well and truly focused on the Caribbean island

Following last week’s devastating earthquake in Haiti the glare of international TV has been well and truly focused on the Caribbean island

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Euronews visits Haiti's homeless

This is the Delmar 33 camp on the hills surrounding Port-au-Prince. Housing more than 3,000 people made homeless by the quake, it lies less than

This is the Delmar 33 camp on the hills surrounding Port-au-Prince. Housing more than 3,000 people made homeless by the quake, it lies less than