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2010-09-11

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Coppola's "Somewhere" triumphs in Venice

Sofia Coppola’s “Somewhere” wins the top prize at the Venice film festival. The movie dissects the life of a Hollywood actor who becomes

Sofia Coppola’s “Somewhere” wins the top prize at the Venice film festival. The movie dissects the life of a Hollywood actor who becomes

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America remembers 9/11

New York is marking the ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States with a ceremony close to Ground Zero, the former site of

New York is marking the ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States with a ceremony close to Ground Zero, the former site of

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Poll predict Turks will vote for reforms

A clear majority of Turks will vote for constitutional reforms in tomorrow’s referendum, according to the latest polls. The changes, proposed by

A clear majority of Turks will vote for constitutional reforms in tomorrow’s referendum, according to the latest polls. The changes, proposed by

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Greek PM's charm offensive over cutbacks

Greece’s prime minister will try to ease concerns over austerity measures with a major economic speech tonight. But few people seemed willing to

Greece’s prime minister will try to ease concerns over austerity measures with a major economic speech tonight. But few people seemed willing to

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Vladikavkaz bomb blast victims laid to rest

Mourners have gathered in the provincial capital of North Ossetia to attended the funeral of 11 victims of Thursday’s suicide bomb attack. As many

Mourners have gathered in the provincial capital of North Ossetia to attended the funeral of 11 victims of Thursday’s suicide bomb attack. As many

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Russia remembers 9/11 attack victims

A memorial service has been held in Moscow for the victims of the September 11 attacks on the United States. The ceremony was attended by

A memorial service has been held in Moscow for the victims of the September 11 attacks on the United States. The ceremony was attended by

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EU poised to give Pakistan trade breaks

EU leaders are due to meet next week to discuss implementing trade concessions for Pakistan. The deal worth hundreds of millions of euros is being

EU leaders are due to meet next week to discuss implementing trade concessions for Pakistan. The deal worth hundreds of millions of euros is being

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Miners stage underground strike in Spain

Fifty spanish coal miners are staging the ninth day of a strike over unpaid wages and government aid.

Fifty spanish coal miners are staging the ninth day of a strike over unpaid wages and government aid.

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New Greek cabinet greeted with protest

Greece’s newly-reshuffled cabinet held its first meeting in the northern Thessaloniki, against a backdrop of continuing protest over the government’s

Greece’s newly-reshuffled cabinet held its first meeting in the northern Thessaloniki, against a backdrop of continuing protest over the government’s

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Mudslide hits village on Italy's Amalfi Coast

A river of mud unleashed by heavy rains has flooded Atrani, a tiny village on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. At least one person is reported missing.

A river of mud unleashed by heavy rains has flooded Atrani, a tiny village on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. At least one person is reported missing.

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Australian PM unveils new cabinet

Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced her new cabinet. In a bid to ease Labour party tensions, ousted PM Kevin Rudd’s been made

Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced her new cabinet. In a bid to ease Labour party tensions, ousted PM Kevin Rudd’s been made

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US divided over 'Ground Zero mosque'

For most Americans, Ground Zero serves as a reminder of when a nation, and the world, watched in disbelief as the United States came under attack on

For most Americans, Ground Zero serves as a reminder of when a nation, and the world, watched in disbelief as the United States came under attack on

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The long journey of the Roma people

In the wake of hundreds of Roma expulsions from France, euronews has special coverage of the Roma community in Europe, which totals some 12 million

In the wake of hundreds of Roma expulsions from France, euronews has special coverage of the Roma community in Europe, which totals some 12 million

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New York prepares to mark 9/11 attacks

The US pastor who threatened to burn Korans has arrived in New York as the country prepares to mark the ninth anniversary of the 9/11

The US pastor who threatened to burn Korans has arrived in New York as the country prepares to mark the ninth anniversary of the 9/11

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Castro's words misinterpreted

Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has said comments he made about Cuba’s economic system to a American journalist were misinterpreted. Earlier this

Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has said comments he made about Cuba’s economic system to a American journalist were misinterpreted. Earlier this

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Miners stage underground sit-in in Spain

In stark contrast to the plight of the trapped miners in Chile, a group in Spain have deliberately chosen to stay underground. The men are two

In stark contrast to the plight of the trapped miners in Chile, a group in Spain have deliberately chosen to stay underground. The men are two

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Obama urges "religious tolerance"

The US President has again called on the maverick Florida pastor Terry Jones to drop his Koran-burning plan, saying such an act could deeply harm the

The US President has again called on the maverick Florida pastor Terry Jones to drop his Koran-burning plan, saying such an act could deeply harm the

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Iran cancels release of detained American hiker

Iran has postponed the release of an American woman held for more than a year on suspicion of spying. Sarah Shourd was expected to be freed on

Iran has postponed the release of an American woman held for more than a year on suspicion of spying. Sarah Shourd was expected to be freed on

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Greek PM to give economic progress report

The Greek Prime Minister is hoping to calm tension over his austerity drive with a keynote speech today on the state of the economy. George

The Greek Prime Minister is hoping to calm tension over his austerity drive with a keynote speech today on the state of the economy. George

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Final political rallies before Turkish referendum

With an election due next year, this weekend’s referendum on constitutional reform in Turkey is being seen as a vote of confidence on the leadership

With an election due next year, this weekend’s referendum on constitutional reform in Turkey is being seen as a vote of confidence on the leadership