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  • British Prime Minister David Cameron: “Britain will take thousands more refugees from Syria”
  • United Arab Emirates says 22 Emirati soldiers killed during conflict with Houthis in Yemen since March
  • 5,600 migrants have entered FYR of Macedonia via Greece in one day, according to the United Nations
  • Turkish PM Davutoglu says Turkey attempted in vain to convince the world to set up a safe zone inside Syria to stem the flow of refugees
  • Syria: ISIL militants have blown up three ancient tower tombs in Palmyra built between 44 and 103 AD, according to Syria’s antiquities chief
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  • “Revolucion” in Berlin

    It’s 100 years since Mexico’s violent and bloody revolution saw President Porfirio Diaz overthrown… 19/02/10 14:49 CET


  • Lufthansa strike looms

    Late on Friday German airline Lufthansa remained on a collision course with its pilots with neither… 19/02/10 17:16 CET

  • Nestle sees strong 2010

    Switzerland’s Nestle is predicting higher sales growth this year. Its 2009 results beat forecasts… 19/02/10 17:16 CET

  • Carrefour facing tough times

    Carrefour, the world’s second largest retailer, has said it expects a tough 2010 as it posted a… 19/02/10 17:16 CET


  • Fed changes bank loan rate

    The Federal Reserve has sent a message to the market by raised the interest rate it charges banks… 19/02/10 17:16 CET

  • Euro zone manufacturing boost

    The euro zone’s manufacturing sector enjoyed its best month in two and a half years in February… 19/02/10 17:16 CET





  • Cryosat 2, the ice mission

    The extent of ice and in particular its thickness are elements that condition the Earth’s climate… 19/02/10 08:50 CET

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