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2010-01-20

Europe

Ashton critics want more EU flag-waving

Catherine Ashton’s decision to defer a visit to Haiti has put her on the defensive against critics. But José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero put best foot

Catherine Ashton’s decision to defer a visit to Haiti has put her on the defensive against critics. But José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero put best foot

Business

International furniture exhibition looks to the future

In Cologne the organisers of the annual international furniture exhibition believe there are tangible signs their industry is on the up again. And

In Cologne the organisers of the annual international furniture exhibition believe there are tangible signs their industry is on the up again. And

Business

Air France-KLM deny interest in troubled Polish airline.

Air France-KLM the French-Dutch airline has been quick to deny an apparent interest in troubled Polish airline, LOT. One Polish national daily

Air France-KLM the French-Dutch airline has been quick to deny an apparent interest in troubled Polish airline, LOT. One Polish national daily

Business

Asia set to lead the way in economic growth

Asia is set to lead the way in a post recession economic order. That’s the view of the International Monetary Fund’s chief. He predicts growth

Asia is set to lead the way in a post recession economic order. That’s the view of the International Monetary Fund’s chief. He predicts growth

Business

Swiss watchmaker Swatch upbeat over figures

Swiss Watchmaker Swatch Group has announced an upbeat outlook for this year after sales and margins rebounded in the second half of 2009. The

Swiss Watchmaker Swatch Group has announced an upbeat outlook for this year after sales and margins rebounded in the second half of 2009. The

Business

Bank of America reports quarterly loss

Wall street giant Bank of America has reported a wider-than-expected quarterly loss of three point six billion euro. America’s largest bank has been

Wall street giant Bank of America has reported a wider-than-expected quarterly loss of three point six billion euro. America’s largest bank has been

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Humanity stretched to the limit in Haiti

Hungry Haitians join the queue for bread in the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince. Since the quake the strong, the armed and the criminal have been

Hungry Haitians join the queue for bread in the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince. Since the quake the strong, the armed and the criminal have been

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Haiti quake survivors defy the odds

Amid the pain and suffering in earthquake-hit Haiti, there are some miraculous stories emerging of those who defied deadly odds in their battle for

Amid the pain and suffering in earthquake-hit Haiti, there are some miraculous stories emerging of those who defied deadly odds in their battle for

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Obama to stick to agenda despite senate defeat

One year ago Today, Barack Obama takes his final steps with wife Michele to the White House. New hope and an air of optimism surrounded the

One year ago Today, Barack Obama takes his final steps with wife Michele to the White House. New hope and an air of optimism surrounded the

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Belgian beer stocks dwindle as workers blockade breweries

Supplies of some of Belgium’s most popular beers are running dry as irate workers blockade AB InBev plants in Leuven and Liege. The dispute, which

Supplies of some of Belgium’s most popular beers are running dry as irate workers blockade AB InBev plants in Leuven and Liege. The dispute, which

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Leogane staggers from quake wreckage

In Leogane, the epicentre of last Tuesday’s quake, all but erased, survivors have begun rebuilding, with recycled material. Military estimates of

In Leogane, the epicentre of last Tuesday’s quake, all but erased, survivors have begun rebuilding, with recycled material. Military estimates of

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Barack Obama - The First Anniversary

For an insight into US President Barack Obama’s relations with Europe after one year in power, euronews talked to Charles Kupchan, Professor of

For an insight into US President Barack Obama’s relations with Europe after one year in power, euronews talked to Charles Kupchan, Professor of

Europe

Spain's EU presidency to boost organ donations

Spain will be leading the EU for the next six months, and intends to use its experience in medical transplants to help EU member states find more

Spain will be leading the EU for the next six months, and intends to use its experience in medical transplants to help EU member states find more

Culture

Johnny Depp at the Kustendorf festival

Johnny Depp was the guest of honour at the Kustendorf Film and Music Festival in Serbia this year. The festival was organised by film-maker Emir

Johnny Depp was the guest of honour at the Kustendorf Film and Music Festival in Serbia this year. The festival was organised by film-maker Emir

Science_technology

Wind and solar powered car

In in Fribourg, in Switzerland, Mark Muller, a Swiss engineer, is planning to take a 40,000 km trip around the world in this car, which is powered

In in Fribourg, in Switzerland, Mark Muller, a Swiss engineer, is planning to take a 40,000 km trip around the world in this car, which is powered

Science_technology

Stem cell glue saves leg

When Andrew Kent broke his leg in a rock-climbing accident, the damage was so severe that traditional surgery failed and it looked like amputation

When Andrew Kent broke his leg in a rock-climbing accident, the damage was so severe that traditional surgery failed and it looked like amputation

Culture

Milan Fashion Week rocks on

The show rocks on at Milan Fashion Week, with a biker-inspired Men’s Winter 2010/2011 collection from Donatella Versace. It was a strictly

The show rocks on at Milan Fashion Week, with a biker-inspired Men’s Winter 2010/2011 collection from Donatella Versace. It was a strictly

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Aftershock rocks quake-hit Haiti

A strong aftershock has rocked the Carribean island of Haiti, whose people are still reeling from a devastating earthquake eight days ago. Many

A strong aftershock has rocked the Carribean island of Haiti, whose people are still reeling from a devastating earthquake eight days ago. Many

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Republicans win hits Obama's legislative agenda

One year into his presidency Barack Obama has been hit by a serious political blow after Republican Scott Brown won the senate seat of Massachusetts

One year into his presidency Barack Obama has been hit by a serious political blow after Republican Scott Brown won the senate seat of Massachusetts

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Strong aftershock rocks Haiti

A strong aftershock has struck Haiti, one week after a devastating earthquake tore through the capital Port-au-Prince, killing an estimated 200,000

A strong aftershock has struck Haiti, one week after a devastating earthquake tore through the capital Port-au-Prince, killing an estimated 200,000

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Video exclusive of when the Haiti quake hit

euronews have obtained exclusive footage of the moment when Haiti’s catastrophic quake struck. Inside the bakery, customers can be seen

euronews have obtained exclusive footage of the moment when Haiti’s catastrophic quake struck. Inside the bakery, customers can be seen

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Gunman kills eight in Virginia shooting spree

A lone gunman has shot and killed eight people during a shooting spree in central Virginia in the Unites States. Its reported seven of the victims

A lone gunman has shot and killed eight people during a shooting spree in central Virginia in the Unites States. Its reported seven of the victims

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Obama: The First Anniversary

Nicole Bacharan is an historian and political analyst, specialising in US politics and society. She teaches at the prestigious Sciences Po institute

Nicole Bacharan is an historian and political analyst, specialising in US politics and society. She teaches at the prestigious Sciences Po institute

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Haiti reels after massive aftershock

A massive aftershock measuring 6.1 has rattled Haiti, eight days after a catastrophic earthquake devastated the Caribbean country. There were no

A massive aftershock measuring 6.1 has rattled Haiti, eight days after a catastrophic earthquake devastated the Caribbean country. There were no

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Dutch MP in court for "inciting hatred"

Right-wing Dutch MP Geert Wilders has appeared before a court in Amsterdam charged with inciting hatred and discrimination against Muslims. The

Right-wing Dutch MP Geert Wilders has appeared before a court in Amsterdam charged with inciting hatred and discrimination against Muslims. The

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Aid to Haitians getting through, but big problems remain

Fears of violence and looting in earthquake devastated Haiti are easing as aid finally starts to filter through to survivors. Despite that

Fears of violence and looting in earthquake devastated Haiti are easing as aid finally starts to filter through to survivors. Despite that

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Ashton no-show in Haiti shakes trust

Haiti has stirred more discord over how the European Union works. Critics in the European Parliament complained of a missed opportunity, a

Haiti has stirred more discord over how the European Union works. Critics in the European Parliament complained of a missed opportunity, a

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Trial of Greek teenager shooting opens

Two Greek policemen have gone on trial for the fatal shooting of a teenage boy in Athens. His death sparked mass riots in 2008. The process has

Two Greek policemen have gone on trial for the fatal shooting of a teenage boy in Athens. His death sparked mass riots in 2008. The process has

News

Republicans win hits Obama's legislative agenda

One year into his presidency Barack Obama has been hit by a serious political blow after Republican Scott Brown won the senate seat of Massachusetts

One year into his presidency Barack Obama has been hit by a serious political blow after Republican Scott Brown won the senate seat of Massachusetts