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2010-04-18

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Ash chaos continues to frustrate passengers and carriers

Volcanic ash from Iceland continues to frustrate millions of passengers and the aviation industry as the skies are hit by yet another day of

Volcanic ash from Iceland continues to frustrate millions of passengers and the aviation industry as the skies are hit by yet another day of

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Ash chaos continues to frustrate passengers and carriers

Volcanic ash from Iceland continues to frustrate millions of passengers and the aviation industry as the skies are hit by yet another day of

Volcanic ash from Iceland continues to frustrate millions of passengers and the aviation industry as the skies are hit by yet another day of

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Eroglu elected president of northern Cyprus

Dervis Eroglu has won the northern Cyprus presidential election, exit polls say. Eroglu beat Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat with more

Dervis Eroglu has won the northern Cyprus presidential election, exit polls say. Eroglu beat Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat with more

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Pope meets 'abuse victims' in Malta

Pope Benedict XVI has met alleged victims of Church sex abuse at the end of his visit to Malta. The latest wave of scandals has overshadowed his

Pope Benedict XVI has met alleged victims of Church sex abuse at the end of his visit to Malta. The latest wave of scandals has overshadowed his

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Ash chaos frustrates passengers and carriers

Volcanic ash from Iceland continued to frustrate millions of passengers and the aviation industry as the skies were hit by yet another day of

Volcanic ash from Iceland continued to frustrate millions of passengers and the aviation industry as the skies were hit by yet another day of

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Europe's airlines want to fly again

As a volcanic ash cloud disrupted air travel across Europe for a fourth day, airlines called on the authorities to reopen the continent’s

As a volcanic ash cloud disrupted air travel across Europe for a fourth day, airlines called on the authorities to reopen the continent’s

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Poland says goodbye to President Kaczynski

After a week of national mourning, Poland has said a final goodbye to its president. Tens of thousands of Poles came to Krakow for the requiem mass

After a week of national mourning, Poland has said a final goodbye to its president. Tens of thousands of Poles came to Krakow for the requiem mass

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Eurostar takes the strain for stranded Britons

For many stranded air passengers, the train is taking the strain, nowhere more so than in Brussels. There, weary Britons are battling to get back to

For many stranded air passengers, the train is taking the strain, nowhere more so than in Brussels. There, weary Britons are battling to get back to

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Turkish Cypriots go to the polls

Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat cast his vote in the territory’s presidential election on Sunday. Left-leaning Talat has been in power for

Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat cast his vote in the territory’s presidential election on Sunday. Left-leaning Talat has been in power for

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Costly airline chaos continues

There has been no let-up in Europe’s air travel crisis with airspace in many countries closed on Sunday and into Monday. And the warning was that

There has been no let-up in Europe’s air travel crisis with airspace in many countries closed on Sunday and into Monday. And the warning was that

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Travellers stress on fourth day of delays

The worst disruption in aviation history is taking its toll on the tens of thousands of passengers stranded worldwide. Patience is one thing, but

The worst disruption in aviation history is taking its toll on the tens of thousands of passengers stranded worldwide. Patience is one thing, but

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Airspace closed by ash cloud

Here is a list of countries as of 0830 GMT on Wednesday and their airspace status: AUSTRIA – Airspace open as of 0300 GMT Monday.

Here is a list of countries as of 0830 GMT on Wednesday and their airspace status: AUSTRIA – Airspace open as of 0300 GMT Monday.

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North Cyprus heads to the polls in landmark vote

Northern Cypriots vote today in a presidential poll widely expected to have implications far beyond the territory’s borders. The election pits

Northern Cypriots vote today in a presidential poll widely expected to have implications far beyond the territory’s borders. The election pits

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Pope avoids child sex abuse issue in Malta

Pope Benedict, on a two-day pilgrimage to Malta, avoided referring to the child sex abuse scandals currently engulfing his papacy. In a brief

Pope Benedict, on a two-day pilgrimage to Malta, avoided referring to the child sex abuse scandals currently engulfing his papacy. In a brief

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Europe's volcanic nightmare continues

The ash spewing out of a volcano in Iceland is continuing to wreak havoc with millions of air passengers’ plans for a fourth day. Almost all of

The ash spewing out of a volcano in Iceland is continuing to wreak havoc with millions of air passengers’ plans for a fourth day. Almost all of

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Poland prepares to lay first couple to rest

US President Barack Obama and a host of other world leaders have said they will not attend the state funeral of Poland’s first couple due to the

US President Barack Obama and a host of other world leaders have said they will not attend the state funeral of Poland’s first couple due to the