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2010-06-12

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No Russian troops for Kyrgyzstan

Russia has rejected an appeal from Kyrgyzstan for troops to help stop ethnic fighting in which at least 65 people have been killed and hundreds

Russia has rejected an appeal from Kyrgyzstan for troops to help stop ethnic fighting in which at least 65 people have been killed and hundreds

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Bitter contest in Belgium

Belgians vote on Sunday in what will be a bitterly-contested election. Opinion polls show that in the lead is the NVA, a Flemish separatist party

Belgians vote on Sunday in what will be a bitterly-contested election. Opinion polls show that in the lead is the NVA, a Flemish separatist party

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Spain calls for end to Gaza blockade

The Spanish government has said it will ask the rest of the European Union to tell Israel to end its blockade of the Gaza Strip. Prime Minister

The Spanish government has said it will ask the rest of the European Union to tell Israel to end its blockade of the Gaza Strip. Prime Minister

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South Korea celebrates win

South Koreans have been celebrating after their national team opened their World Cup campaign with a 2-0 win over Greece in Group B. South Korea

South Koreans have been celebrating after their national team opened their World Cup campaign with a 2-0 win over Greece in Group B. South Korea

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South Korean supporters

South Korean supporters cheering for their team playing against Greece

South Korean supporters cheering for their team playing against Greece

Europe

I- EU unemployment debate

In this special debate Europarltv and euronews co-host an exceptional event, a discussion about the unemployment crisis hitting Europe. The debate

In this special debate Europarltv and euronews co-host an exceptional event, a discussion about the unemployment crisis hitting Europe. The debate

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More oil to be siphoned from Gulf spill

The amount of oil siphoned off from the ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico could be doubled by next month, according to the US official in charge of

The amount of oil siphoned off from the ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico could be doubled by next month, according to the US official in charge of

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Violence hits Mexico again

More deadly violence in Mexico. Police said 20 people were found dead in the northeastern city of Ciudad Madero. The killings occured at several

More deadly violence in Mexico. Police said 20 people were found dead in the northeastern city of Ciudad Madero. The killings occured at several

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Pope begs forgiveness for child sex scandals

The Pope has begged forgiveness over the paedophile priests scandal that has plagued the Catholic Church. During a rally before thousands of priests

The Pope has begged forgiveness over the paedophile priests scandal that has plagued the Catholic Church. During a rally before thousands of priests

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US teenage sailor rescued

Teenage US sailor Abby Sunderland has been rescued safely from her stricken yacht Wild Eyes in the remote southern Indian Ocean.    The teenage

Teenage US sailor Abby Sunderland has been rescued safely from her stricken yacht Wild Eyes in the remote southern Indian Ocean.    The teenage

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Dutch fans drive through Africa

The World Cup is a tournament for the fans and they clearly want to make the most of it. Just in time for the World Cup a convoy of Dutch fans

The World Cup is a tournament for the fans and they clearly want to make the most of it. Just in time for the World Cup a convoy of Dutch fans

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Frustration but relief at France-Uruguay draw

The second match of the World Cup saw thousands turn out in Paris, hoping to recreate the atmosphere of 1998 when France became World Champions on

The second match of the World Cup saw thousands turn out in Paris, hoping to recreate the atmosphere of 1998 when France became World Champions on

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Frustration but relief at France-Uruguay draw

The second match of the World Cup saw thousands turn out in Paris, hoping to recreate the atmosphere of 1998 when France became World Champions on

The second match of the World Cup saw thousands turn out in Paris, hoping to recreate the atmosphere of 1998 when France became World Champions on

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Pope begs forgiveness for child sex scandals

The Pope has begged forgiveness over the paedophile priests scandal that has plagued the Catholic Church. During a rally before thousands of priests

The Pope has begged forgiveness over the paedophile priests scandal that has plagued the Catholic Church. During a rally before thousands of priests

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More oil to be siphoned off from Gulf spill

The amount of oil siphoned off from the ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico could be doubled by next month, according to the US official in charge of

The amount of oil siphoned off from the ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico could be doubled by next month, according to the US official in charge of

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Violence hits Mexico again

Violence has hit Mexico again. In one case, twenty people were found dead in the notheastern city of Ciudad Madero. The killings had taken place in

Violence has hit Mexico again. In one case, twenty people were found dead in the notheastern city of Ciudad Madero. The killings had taken place in

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Dutch fans cross Africa for World Cup

It’s a fans’ tournament – and they clearly want to make the most of it. Just in time for the World Cup these Dutch fans arrived in South Africa

It’s a fans’ tournament – and they clearly want to make the most of it. Just in time for the World Cup these Dutch fans arrived in South Africa

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Kyrgyz unrest spreads after day of bloodshed

Kyrgyzstan’s latest wave of unrest could be spreading after a day in which dozens died in fierce ethnic clashes. They erupted in the second-largest

Kyrgyzstan’s latest wave of unrest could be spreading after a day in which dozens died in fierce ethnic clashes. They erupted in the second-largest