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2010-06-13

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Arab League chief visits Gaza

The Arab world’s top diplomat, Amr Moussa, has visited the Gaza Strip for the first time since Hamas took control of the Palestinian territory in

The Arab world’s top diplomat, Amr Moussa, has visited the Gaza Strip for the first time since Hamas took control of the Palestinian territory in

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Kyrgyzstan violence deepens

Violence has spread across southern Kyrgyzstan in the country’s worst ethnic rioting in 20 years. Officials say some 100 people have died in

Violence has spread across southern Kyrgyzstan in the country’s worst ethnic rioting in 20 years. Officials say some 100 people have died in

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PS surges in Francophone Belgium

Despite the huge success of a Flemish party that wants to see the country “evaporate” Belgium could find itself with its first Francophone prime

Despite the huge success of a Flemish party that wants to see the country “evaporate” Belgium could find itself with its first Francophone prime

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Separatist party big winner in Belgian poll

A party that wants to split Belgium in two looks to be the clear winner in the country’s parliamentary elections. Bart de Wever, the 39-year-old

A party that wants to split Belgium in two looks to be the clear winner in the country’s parliamentary elections. Bart de Wever, the 39-year-old

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Slovak PM faces tall order to return to power

Slovakia’s prime minister will try to form a new government after Saturday’s elections but his efforts look likely to be in vain. Tradition

Slovakia’s prime minister will try to form a new government after Saturday’s elections but his efforts look likely to be in vain. Tradition

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Germany and Israel in tug of war over Dubai suspect

Both Israel and Germany are fighting to get their hands on a suspected Mossad agent arrested in Poland. The man in question, named in the media as

Both Israel and Germany are fighting to get their hands on a suspected Mossad agent arrested in Poland. The man in question, named in the media as

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Belgians vote in key election

Belgians are voting today in parliamentary elections that most predict could take the country significantly closer to splitting in two. In a

Belgians are voting today in parliamentary elections that most predict could take the country significantly closer to splitting in two. In a

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Arab League calls for end to Gaza blockade

Israel’s blockade of Gaza must end, says the Arab world’s top diplomat. Amr Moussa, the head of the Arab League, is visiting the Gaza Strip two

Israel’s blockade of Gaza must end, says the Arab world’s top diplomat. Amr Moussa, the head of the Arab League, is visiting the Gaza Strip two

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Centre-right claim Slovakia election success

A centre-right coalition looks set to oust Slovakia’s leftist government, according to the results of Saturday’s elections. Between them, four

A centre-right coalition looks set to oust Slovakia’s leftist government, according to the results of Saturday’s elections. Between them, four

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England fail to give 'soccer' lesson to USA

World Cup football provided the drama at London’s Apollo Theatre on Saturday night with a public screening of England’s match against the

World Cup football provided the drama at London’s Apollo Theatre on Saturday night with a public screening of England’s match against the

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Clashes in Kyrgyzstan

A third night of gun battles took the death toll to 80 in Kyrgyzstan’s worst ethnic violence in two decades.

A third night of gun battles took the death toll to 80 in Kyrgyzstan’s worst ethnic violence in two decades.

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Sick political prisoner freed in Cuba

The Cuban government has freed a political prisoner who became ill in jail, while six others have been moved to prisons nearer to home. Ariel

The Cuban government has freed a political prisoner who became ill in jail, while six others have been moved to prisons nearer to home. Ariel

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Sick political prisoner freed in Cuba

The Cuban government has freed a political prisoner who became ill in jail, while six others have been moved to prisons nearer to home. Ariel

The Cuban government has freed a political prisoner who became ill in jail, while six others have been moved to prisons nearer to home. Ariel

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BP 'should do more' to stop oil leak

BP has been told that its plans to contain the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico don’t go far enough. A top US Coast Guard official has given the

BP has been told that its plans to contain the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico don’t go far enough. A top US Coast Guard official has given the

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Kyrgyz security forces authorised to "shoot-to-kill"

Security forces in stan have been given shoot-to-kill powers in an attempt to stop ethnic fighting which has killed scores of people and wounded

Security forces in stan have been given shoot-to-kill powers in an attempt to stop ethnic fighting which has killed scores of people and wounded

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Belgians in vote to break political deadlock

Final preparations have been taking place for election day in Belgium ahead of a bitterly-contested vote between its French and Flemish parts. It

Final preparations have been taking place for election day in Belgium ahead of a bitterly-contested vote between its French and Flemish parts. It

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South Korea celebrates World Cup win

Seoul went wild as South Korea chalked up the first win of this year’s World Cup beating Greece 2-0. The authorities said nearly one million

Seoul went wild as South Korea chalked up the first win of this year’s World Cup beating Greece 2-0. The authorities said nearly one million