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2010-04-17

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Warsaw holds mass for presidential couple

An evening mass has been held in Warsaw’s St John’s Cathedral for the Polish presidential couple, Lech and Maria Kacyznski. The pair perished in

An evening mass has been held in Warsaw’s St John’s Cathedral for the Polish presidential couple, Lech and Maria Kacyznski. The pair perished in

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Stranded passengers seek air travel alternatives

It is not how they had envisaged travelling but desperate times require desperate measures. Hence huge queues to hire cars at rental agencies in

It is not how they had envisaged travelling but desperate times require desperate measures. Hence huge queues to hire cars at rental agencies in

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Volcano travel woes to continue until Monday

Travel woes look set to carry on for European air travellers for at least another 24 hours as a volcanic ash cloud wreaks havoc across the continent

Travel woes look set to carry on for European air travellers for at least another 24 hours as a volcanic ash cloud wreaks havoc across the continent

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Closed skies mean misery for millions

The unprecedented closure of huge swathes European airspace has resulted in millions of passengers being stranded, with no clear indication when

The unprecedented closure of huge swathes European airspace has resulted in millions of passengers being stranded, with no clear indication when

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The air disaster fears sparking Europe's flight ban

They are suddenly the people everyone wants to talk to. But the latest news from the European aviation control agency is far from

They are suddenly the people everyone wants to talk to. But the latest news from the European aviation control agency is far from

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Pope visits Malta

Pope Benedict XVI has said the Roman Catholic Church has been “wounded by its sins” as he arrived in Malta for his first foreign trip of 2010. The

Pope Benedict XVI has said the Roman Catholic Church has been “wounded by its sins” as he arrived in Malta for his first foreign trip of 2010. The

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Poland remembers air crash dead

Several thousand mourners have gathered in Warsaw for a memorial service for the 96 victims of last week’s tragic air crash in western

Several thousand mourners have gathered in Warsaw for a memorial service for the 96 victims of last week’s tragic air crash in western

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Europe's airports stay shut as ash cloud persists

Nearly all of Europe’s main airports remain shut on Saturday as a cloud of volcanic ash continues to put passengers’ travel plans on hold. On day

Nearly all of Europe’s main airports remain shut on Saturday as a cloud of volcanic ash continues to put passengers’ travel plans on hold. On day

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Volcano will not delay Polish President's funeral

Despite a volcanic ash cloud grounding planes across Europe, Poland insists the funeral of its first couple, killed in a plane crash a week ago, will

Despite a volcanic ash cloud grounding planes across Europe, Poland insists the funeral of its first couple, killed in a plane crash a week ago, will

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Europe's airports braced for prolonged travel chaos

Europe’s travel nightmare shows no signs of ending anytime soon with warnings the volcanic ash floating from Iceland could ground flights for days

Europe’s travel nightmare shows no signs of ending anytime soon with warnings the volcanic ash floating from Iceland could ground flights for days

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US bank Goldman Sachs accused of fraud

US investment bank Goldman Sachs has been accused of defrauding investors, by financial regulators on Wall Street. The charges focus on complex

US investment bank Goldman Sachs has been accused of defrauding investors, by financial regulators on Wall Street. The charges focus on complex