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2010-04-24

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Nuclear protesters join hands in Germany

In Germany protesters have been joining hands to form a human chain. It stretched 120 kilometers linking two nuclear power plants. The focus of the

In Germany protesters have been joining hands to form a human chain. It stretched 120 kilometers linking two nuclear power plants. The focus of the

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Turks mark mass 1915 killing of ethnic Armenians

For most Turks the very idea would be unthinkable, but earlier around 200 Turkish intellectuals, human rights campaigners and artists commemorated

For most Turks the very idea would be unthinkable, but earlier around 200 Turkish intellectuals, human rights campaigners and artists commemorated

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France tries to resolve alleged polygamy

In France this Muslim woman has been fined for wearing a full-face veil while driving a car. Police in Nantes said the niqab restricted her vision

In France this Muslim woman has been fined for wearing a full-face veil while driving a car. Police in Nantes said the niqab restricted her vision

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Belgium's King Albert calls on minister to save coalition

Belgium’s King Albert has asked finance minister Didier Reynders to come to the rescue of the country’s ruling coalition government. Prime

Belgium’s King Albert has asked finance minister Didier Reynders to come to the rescue of the country’s ruling coalition government. Prime

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Merkel mourns German troops killed in Afghanistan

A funeral service for four German soldiers killed in Afghanistan has been attended by Chancellor Angela Merkel and senior members of her

A funeral service for four German soldiers killed in Afghanistan has been attended by Chancellor Angela Merkel and senior members of her

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Armenians remember 1915 Ottoman massacre

Tens of thousands of people have marked the mass killing of ethnic Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman empire during the first world war. Those

Tens of thousands of people have marked the mass killing of ethnic Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman empire during the first world war. Those

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US scouts ordered to pay sex abuse damages

The Catholic Church has been plagued by recent sex abuse scandals, but now the boy scouts of America are in the spotlight for the perverted acts

The Catholic Church has been plagued by recent sex abuse scandals, but now the boy scouts of America are in the spotlight for the perverted acts

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Fears in Greece that EU-IMF aid means more cuts

There is uncertainty on the streets of Athens today, after debt-laden Greece finally activated financial aid from the EU and IMF. The fear for many

There is uncertainty on the streets of Athens today, after debt-laden Greece finally activated financial aid from the EU and IMF. The fear for many

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Hungary's opposition set to win supermajority

Hungary’s conservative opposition Fidesz party led by Viktor Orban look set to sweep to victory in a second round parliamentary poll. In first round

Hungary’s conservative opposition Fidesz party led by Viktor Orban look set to sweep to victory in a second round parliamentary poll. In first round

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Psychologist Jörg Fegert on abuse in the Catholic church

The terrible things that have happened in Catholic schools and other institutions have left their victims traumatised for life. Now we look closer at

The terrible things that have happened in Catholic schools and other institutions have left their victims traumatised for life. Now we look closer at

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Shi'ites bury their dead after Baghdad blasts

Iraqis are retrieving bodies for burial after one of the country’s deadliest days in recent weeks. At least 60 people were killed yesterday in a

Iraqis are retrieving bodies for burial after one of the country’s deadliest days in recent weeks. At least 60 people were killed yesterday in a

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'Reich Mother': Austria's far-right would-be president

She rejects claims that she is a Neo-Nazi. But Austria’s most controversial candidate in tomorrow’s presidential election sparks strong feelings

She rejects claims that she is a Neo-Nazi. But Austria’s most controversial candidate in tomorrow’s presidential election sparks strong feelings

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Thailand protest

Protests continue as the riot police pull back a day after grenade attacks killed three people at Bangkok’s Silom street.

Protests continue as the riot police pull back a day after grenade attacks killed three people at Bangkok’s Silom street.

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India Snake temple

India Temple- Snake temple believed to bless childless families with a baby

India Temple- Snake temple believed to bless childless families with a baby

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Belgiam nationalists sing Flemish anthem after government falls

Nationalist Vlaams Belang MPs sing ‘They will never tame the Flemish lion’ in the Belgian parliament hours after the Prime Minister hands his

Nationalist Vlaams Belang MPs sing ‘They will never tame the Flemish lion’ in the Belgian parliament hours after the Prime Minister hands his

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South Africa 2010 - Jo'burg Tourism

See the sights, sample the food, check out the hotels, compare the prices and sing along to the sound of the Soweto Spiritual Singers, as euronews

See the sights, sample the food, check out the hotels, compare the prices and sing along to the sound of the Soweto Spiritual Singers, as euronews

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Could Icelandic volcano cause famine?

So far it has caused massive travel disruption, but could the Icelandic volcano bring famine and widespread social disorder? A French historian

So far it has caused massive travel disruption, but could the Icelandic volcano bring famine and widespread social disorder? A French historian

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US envoy Mitchell begins Middle East peace mission

US Middle East envoy George Mitchell has told both Israelis and Palestinians that President Obama wants a peace deal soon, not at some vague future

US Middle East envoy George Mitchell has told both Israelis and Palestinians that President Obama wants a peace deal soon, not at some vague future

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Greeks rally against appeal for European-IMF aid

About 2,500 people demonstrated in Athens against the Greek government’s decision to seek help from the EU and the IMF. There were brief clashes with

About 2,500 people demonstrated in Athens against the Greek government’s decision to seek help from the EU and the IMF. There were brief clashes with

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G20 says recovery faster than expected

G20 finance ministers meeting in Washington have said the global recovery is better than expected. They praised their own governments’ efforts to

G20 finance ministers meeting in Washington have said the global recovery is better than expected. They praised their own governments’ efforts to