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2010-09-10

Business

Deutsche Bank raises nine billion euros of new capital

Deutsche Bank may be trying to steal a march on its rivals by raising nine billion euros of new capital. Unnamed sources say the stock sale may

Deutsche Bank may be trying to steal a march on its rivals by raising nine billion euros of new capital. Unnamed sources say the stock sale may

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Disturbing report on Belgian church abuse

Disturbing details of child sex abuse have been revealed in a report into Belgium’s Catholic Church. The author concludes that 13 suicides and six

Disturbing details of child sex abuse have been revealed in a report into Belgium’s Catholic Church. The author concludes that 13 suicides and six

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Interview with Brian Currin on ETA

For an expert view on the ETA ceasefire, Euronews turned to Brian Currin in Johannesburg. He has been a key mediator in several conflicts and is now

For an expert view on the ETA ceasefire, Euronews turned to Brian Currin in Johannesburg. He has been a key mediator in several conflicts and is now

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French car-makers make early loan repayments

Both Peugeot-Citroën and Renault are to make early repayments on the three billion euros they were each given by the French government. The two

Both Peugeot-Citroën and Renault are to make early repayments on the three billion euros they were each given by the French government. The two

Business

Nokia appoints Microsoft boss Elop

Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has appointed the head of Microsoft’s business unit as its new CEO. Canadian Stephen Elop will replace under-fire

Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has appointed the head of Microsoft’s business unit as its new CEO. Canadian Stephen Elop will replace under-fire

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UN calls on Kosovo and Serbia to hold talks

The UN General Assembly has ruled that Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia was legal and has unanimously adopted a resolution

The UN General Assembly has ruled that Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia was legal and has unanimously adopted a resolution

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Turkey's constitutional groundshift

Turkey is under a national curfew, said the newspapers 30 years ago. The army took over the streets and institutions. Many civilians were imprisoned

Turkey is under a national curfew, said the newspapers 30 years ago. The army took over the streets and institutions. Many civilians were imprisoned

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Death toll rises in California inferno

Rescuers fear the death toll could rise after a gas pipeline explosion tore through a neighbourhood in San Francisco. Four people are now confirmed

Rescuers fear the death toll could rise after a gas pipeline explosion tore through a neighbourhood in San Francisco. Four people are now confirmed

Culture

Sting's Symphonicity Tour

Having released the Symphonicity album in July, Sting has been touring North America with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and is now bringing the

Having released the Symphonicity album in July, Sting has been touring North America with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and is now bringing the

Culture

Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is in full swing and this year, the festival will run for 10 days instead of 11 allowing 258 feature

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is in full swing and this year, the festival will run for 10 days instead of 11 allowing 258 feature

Business

Spill fallout to delay BP's Q3 results

BP is delaying the release of its third quarter results by one week due to the complexities of its oil spill costs. The company says it struggled to

BP is delaying the release of its third quarter results by one week due to the complexities of its oil spill costs. The company says it struggled to

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Turkey counts down to constitutional referendum

Preparations are underway in Turkey for Sunday’s referendum on the constitution which could change the face of the country. Polls show the vote is

Preparations are underway in Turkey for Sunday’s referendum on the constitution which could change the face of the country. Polls show the vote is

Business

Japanese uncertainty despite improving growth data

Growth in Japan’s economy has slowed, but less sharply than had been previously thought. Whilst consumer spending remained unchanged, GDP grew by

Growth in Japan’s economy has slowed, but less sharply than had been previously thought. Whilst consumer spending remained unchanged, GDP grew by

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Egypt enjoys a sweet end to Ramadan

Muslims across the globe are enjoying Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim festival that marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. The holiday

Muslims across the globe are enjoying Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim festival that marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. The holiday

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Turkey faces crucial vote on its future

euronews’ Yalcin Ademoglu: We are joined by Turkish writer and journalist Roni Margulies from Istanbul. Mr. Margulies, what does this referendum mean

euronews’ Yalcin Ademoglu: We are joined by Turkish writer and journalist Roni Margulies from Istanbul. Mr. Margulies, what does this referendum mean

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Afghan killed at protest against Koran burning

A threat to hold a Koran-burning ceremony in the US appears to be on hold, but that has not stopped growing demonstrations in the Muslim world

A threat to hold a Koran-burning ceremony in the US appears to be on hold, but that has not stopped growing demonstrations in the Muslim world

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Protests begin over UK papal visit

Even before the Pope arrives in the UK for an official visit, demonstrations have already begun. A small group of protesters gathered outside the

Even before the Pope arrives in the UK for an official visit, demonstrations have already begun. A small group of protesters gathered outside the

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Ukrainian historian 'planned to leak' state secrets

The director of a wartime museum in Ukraine faces an investigation by the country’s secret services over allegations he planned to give away state

The director of a wartime museum in Ukraine faces an investigation by the country’s secret services over allegations he planned to give away state

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Afghans celebrate Eid

Afghans celebrate Eid al-Fitr by exchanging blessings with each other.

Afghans celebrate Eid al-Fitr by exchanging blessings with each other.

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Eid al-Fitr celebrations in Pakistan

A gift distribution ceremony was held in a relief camp for the Pakistani flood-hit children.

A gift distribution ceremony was held in a relief camp for the Pakistani flood-hit children.

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Muslim leaders attack Koran burning plan

The Muslim world has hit out at a US-based Christian pastor’s plans to burn copies of the Koran. Terry Jones, a Florida minister, had planned to hold

The Muslim world has hit out at a US-based Christian pastor’s plans to burn copies of the Koran. Terry Jones, a Florida minister, had planned to hold

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Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan

Muslims across the globe are enjoying Eid ul-Fitr the Muslim festival that marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. The holiday

Muslims across the globe are enjoying Eid ul-Fitr the Muslim festival that marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. The holiday

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Gas explosion sets San Francisco suburb ablaze

A gas pipeline explosion has ripped through a San Francisco suburb, killing at least four people and destroying fifty three homes. The explosion in

A gas pipeline explosion has ripped through a San Francisco suburb, killing at least four people and destroying fifty three homes. The explosion in

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Gas blast residents tell tales of confusion

The explosion happened at around 6 p.m. local time, the height of the rush hour. At first eyewitnesses thought a plane had gone down as San Bruno

The explosion happened at around 6 p.m. local time, the height of the rush hour. At first eyewitnesses thought a plane had gone down as San Bruno

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Police's hostage rescue skills in Philippines

Special forces and commando units of the Philippine National Police and the Armed Forces displayed their tactical capabilities before President

Special forces and commando units of the Philippine National Police and the Armed Forces displayed their tactical capabilities before President

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anti-Kim Jong Il demonstration in South Korea

Around a hundred protesters, including North Korean defectors, gathered for a rally in Seoul as they carried out a mock execution of North Korean

Around a hundred protesters, including North Korean defectors, gathered for a rally in Seoul as they carried out a mock execution of North Korean

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Gas explosion sparks massive fire in San Francisco

A gas pipeline explosion has ripped through a suburb of San Francisco, killing at least one person and destroying 53 homes. The explosion in San

A gas pipeline explosion has ripped through a suburb of San Francisco, killing at least one person and destroying 53 homes. The explosion in San

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Barca's Villa shows support for trapped miners

Spanish footballer David Villa, who hails from a mining family, has sent two signed jerseys to the 33 trapped Chilean miners. The Barcelona

Spanish footballer David Villa, who hails from a mining family, has sent two signed jerseys to the 33 trapped Chilean miners. The Barcelona

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Iran to free US woman held on spying allegations

Iran says one of the three American hikers it holds on charges of spying will be freed this Saturday. Sarah Shourd was seized along with Shane

Iran says one of the three American hikers it holds on charges of spying will be freed this Saturday. Sarah Shourd was seized along with Shane

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Fresh doubt over Koran burning threat

Despite having announced its cancellation, uncertainty continues to surround a US pastors threat to burn copies of the Koran. Scheduled to coincide

Despite having announced its cancellation, uncertainty continues to surround a US pastors threat to burn copies of the Koran. Scheduled to coincide