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2010-10-03

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Dilma Rousseff misses first round election

Ruling party candidate Dilma Rousseff didn’t get the majority of votes needed to win this sunday’s presidential race. According to the partial

Ruling party candidate Dilma Rousseff didn’t get the majority of votes needed to win this sunday’s presidential race. According to the partial

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Brazil's wacky parliamentary election race

While the traditional media has been focussing on Brazil’s presidential vote, the wacky race for parliamentary seats has dominated the

While the traditional media has been focussing on Brazil’s presidential vote, the wacky race for parliamentary seats has dominated the

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US issues Europe terror warning

The US State Department says Al-Qaeda is planning a major terror attack somewhere in Europe. It has warned its nationals to be vigilant when

The US State Department says Al-Qaeda is planning a major terror attack somewhere in Europe. It has warned its nationals to be vigilant when

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Germany celebrates 'Unity Day'

Germany is celebrating 20 years of reunification after decades of Cold War. This year’s event is taking place in the northern city of Bremen. In

Germany is celebrating 20 years of reunification after decades of Cold War. This year’s event is taking place in the northern city of Bremen. In

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No change to Latvian government after election

More of the same for Latvian prime minister, Valdis Dombrovskis, as he confirms he will continue to head up the same coalition government as before

More of the same for Latvian prime minister, Valdis Dombrovskis, as he confirms he will continue to head up the same coalition government as before

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Brazilians start voting to pick new president

Brazilians have started to cast their vote in their country’s presidential election to choose a successor to incumbent Lula Da Silva. Voting is

Brazilians have started to cast their vote in their country’s presidential election to choose a successor to incumbent Lula Da Silva. Voting is

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Brazilians begin voting to pick new president

Polls have opened in Brazil to choose a successor to President Lula da Silva, who has been in the job for eight years. Voting is compulsory for the

Polls have opened in Brazil to choose a successor to President Lula da Silva, who has been in the job for eight years. Voting is compulsory for the

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Terror alert for American tourists

US authorities are warning American tourists to be on their guard if they plan on going to Europe. Though people have not be discouraged from

US authorities are warning American tourists to be on their guard if they plan on going to Europe. Though people have not be discouraged from

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Germany's political growth since reunification

Twenty years ago, Kissinger called Germany a political dwarf, albeit an economic giant. Just days ago, yesterday and today’s leaders, Kohl and

Twenty years ago, Kissinger called Germany a political dwarf, albeit an economic giant. Just days ago, yesterday and today’s leaders, Kohl and

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Paris White Night 2010

Paris Nuit Blanche (White Night) is an annual celebration of all things art and culture in the city of light. Attracting hundreds of thousands of

Paris Nuit Blanche (White Night) is an annual celebration of all things art and culture in the city of light. Attracting hundreds of thousands of

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Anti-Berlusconi protest in Rome

Tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of Rome, calling for the premier’s resignation after he survived a confidence vote in the

Tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of Rome, calling for the premier’s resignation after he survived a confidence vote in the

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Queen's Baton Relay for 2010 Commonwealth Games

The Queen’s Baton for the 19th Commonwealth Games 2010 was carried to the famous National Rail Museum and St Columba’s School in host city New Delhi.

The Queen’s Baton for the 19th Commonwealth Games 2010 was carried to the famous National Rail Museum and St Columba’s School in host city New Delhi.

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Greenpeace demonstration in Paris

Greenpeace activists covered with chocolate, meant to represent oil, demonstrate in Paris. The demonstration symbolizes France’s dependence on oil

Greenpeace activists covered with chocolate, meant to represent oil, demonstrate in Paris. The demonstration symbolizes France’s dependence on oil

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Polls open in Bosnia

Voting has started in Bosnia, in an election that will go some to deciding how quickly the country can join the EU and NATO. The main obstacle has

Voting has started in Bosnia, in an election that will go some to deciding how quickly the country can join the EU and NATO. The main obstacle has

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US liberals strike back with One Nation march in DC

US liberals have hit the streets of Washington DC for the One Nation march – their own event to counter the conservatives, who held a rally in the

US liberals have hit the streets of Washington DC for the One Nation march – their own event to counter the conservatives, who held a rally in the

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Palestinian leaders back Abbas talks threat

Senior Palestinian politicians have backed President Mahmoud Abbas in affirming that direct talks with Israel won’t resume unless it halts its

Senior Palestinian politicians have backed President Mahmoud Abbas in affirming that direct talks with Israel won’t resume unless it halts its

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Rousseff ends campaign in Lula heartland

The favourite to win today’s presidential election in Brazil ended her campaign with a rally alongside her mentor in his industrial home

The favourite to win today’s presidential election in Brazil ended her campaign with a rally alongside her mentor in his industrial home

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Dutch move closer to coalition deal with Wilders

A minority coalition government in the Netherlands which has the support of the anti-Islamist Freedom Party (PVV) has come a step closer. The

A minority coalition government in the Netherlands which has the support of the anti-Islamist Freedom Party (PVV) has come a step closer. The

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Germany set to celebrate 20 years of unity

Germany is preparing to celebrate the twenth anniversary of its reunification on Sunday. Chancellor Angela Merkel and German President Christian

Germany is preparing to celebrate the twenth anniversary of its reunification on Sunday. Chancellor Angela Merkel and German President Christian

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Latvian government heading for victory

Latvia’s centre-right government looks to have won the country’s general election according to exit polls and partial results. If so it would be a

Latvia’s centre-right government looks to have won the country’s general election according to exit polls and partial results. If so it would be a