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2010-10-02

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Brazil set for presidential vote

Brazil will go to the polls on Sunday with a former Marxist guerrilla predicted to become Brazil’s first female president. Dilma Rousseff was

Brazil will go to the polls on Sunday with a former Marxist guerrilla predicted to become Brazil’s first female president. Dilma Rousseff was

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Swiss far-right behind anti-Roma poster

The far-right Swiss People’s Party has admitted it is behind an advertising campaign that likens Roma migrants and Italians to rats. Some sixty

The far-right Swiss People’s Party has admitted it is behind an advertising campaign that likens Roma migrants and Italians to rats. Some sixty

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China vows to boost cooperation with Greece

On the first day of his visit to Greece, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has said he expects ties between the two countries to be expanded. Meeting with

On the first day of his visit to Greece, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has said he expects ties between the two countries to be expanded. Meeting with

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US says sorry to Guatelmala over medical tests

The United States government has said sorry for deliberately infecting hundreds of Guatemalans with syphilis as part of medical experiments six

The United States government has said sorry for deliberately infecting hundreds of Guatemalans with syphilis as part of medical experiments six

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Ethnicity to dominate Bosnian elections on Sunday

On Sunday, Bosnians will take part in an election that is likely to keep the country as ethnically divided as it is today. The complex political

On Sunday, Bosnians will take part in an election that is likely to keep the country as ethnically divided as it is today. The complex political

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French protest over retirement reforms

Demonstrations have been held across France in protest against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s plans to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. Marches

Demonstrations have been held across France in protest against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s plans to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. Marches

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The battle to be Brazil's next president

US president Barack Obama described him as the most popular man on earth, but after eight year’s in the job President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is

US president Barack Obama described him as the most popular man on earth, but after eight year’s in the job President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is

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Brazil elections: Lula waverers could turn to Silva

euronews’ Miguel Sardo: ‘‘At the end of two mandates, Lula da Silva, is one of the most popular politicians ever in Brazil. The country appears ready

euronews’ Miguel Sardo: ‘‘At the end of two mandates, Lula da Silva, is one of the most popular politicians ever in Brazil. The country appears ready

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Italian website allows a closer look at works of art

0’00-0’15 Birth of Venus close-up Not many people ever get the chance to see a masterpiece like Boticelli’s Birth of Venus up close. Now an Italian

0’00-0’15 Birth of Venus close-up Not many people ever get the chance to see a masterpiece like Boticelli’s Birth of Venus up close. Now an Italian

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French retirement-age protests expect lots of young people

A significant number of young people are expected to turn out for another day of protests at pension reforms in France. It is the first time that

A significant number of young people are expected to turn out for another day of protests at pension reforms in France. It is the first time that

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Train crash in Indonesia kills dozens

A crash involving two trains has killed more than 20 people in Indonesia. Local search and rescue teams at the collision site said at least 22

A crash involving two trains has killed more than 20 people in Indonesia. Local search and rescue teams at the collision site said at least 22

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Polls open in recession-struck Latvia

Polls have opened in Latvia for an election that could have a major impact on the country’s future finances. Latvia has been the hardest hit in the

Polls have opened in Latvia for an election that could have a major impact on the country’s future finances. Latvia has been the hardest hit in the

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Interview with Andrus Ansip before Estonia joins the Eurozone

Hans von der Brelie of euronews interviewed Estonian Prime Minister, Andrus Ansip. The Liberal politician leads a governmental coalition with

Hans von der Brelie of euronews interviewed Estonian Prime Minister, Andrus Ansip. The Liberal politician leads a governmental coalition with

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"Art and Education"

Welcome to Learning World – Euronews’ new programme dedicated to education. Art is of course vital to education opening up a rich world of

Welcome to Learning World – Euronews’ new programme dedicated to education. Art is of course vital to education opening up a rich world of

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Protests greet Iceland's parliament reopening

Eggs, flour and tomatoes – a messy and colourful combination of ingredients met Iceland’s cabinet as they gathered to mark the reopening of

Eggs, flour and tomatoes – a messy and colourful combination of ingredients met Iceland’s cabinet as they gathered to mark the reopening of

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Latvia votes in first post-recession poll

Latvia is holding its first election since suffering the worst recession in the European Union. Opinion polls show centre-right Prime Minister

Latvia is holding its first election since suffering the worst recession in the European Union. Opinion polls show centre-right Prime Minister

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Trapped miners out in 'second half of October'

The miners trapped underground in Chile for nearly two months could be brought to the surface still earlier than expected. As tests continued on

The miners trapped underground in Chile for nearly two months could be brought to the surface still earlier than expected. As tests continued on

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Dutch squatting protest ends in violence

A protest in Amsterdam against the outlawing of squatting in unused buildings ended in clashes between police and demonstrators. Several hundred

A protest in Amsterdam against the outlawing of squatting in unused buildings ended in clashes between police and demonstrators. Several hundred

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Spain arrests suspected FARC money launderers

Spanish police have arrested more than 40 people suspected of laundering millions of euros to finance Colombian rebels from the FARC. 250 officers

Spanish police have arrested more than 40 people suspected of laundering millions of euros to finance Colombian rebels from the FARC. 250 officers

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Brazil prepares for post-Lula future in presidential poll

24 hours before Brazil’s presidential election, will the favourite Dilma Rousseff do enough to win in the first round, or could she be forced into a

24 hours before Brazil’s presidential election, will the favourite Dilma Rousseff do enough to win in the first round, or could she be forced into a

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UN report says Congo atrocities may be genocide

A United Nations report into a decade of atrocities in the Democratic Republic of Congo says genocide may have been committed. It found that tens

A United Nations report into a decade of atrocities in the Democratic Republic of Congo says genocide may have been committed. It found that tens