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2010-10-24

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Haiti cholera dead tops 250

More than 250 people are now known to have died in Haiti’s fast spreading cholera outbreak. In all, just over 3000 people in the earthquake

More than 250 people are now known to have died in Haiti’s fast spreading cholera outbreak. In all, just over 3000 people in the earthquake

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Dilma on track for second round success in Brazil

The tide is turning back in favour of Dilma Roussef ahead of the second round of Brazil’s presidential election next weekend. Her campaign seems to

The tide is turning back in favour of Dilma Roussef ahead of the second round of Brazil’s presidential election next weekend. Her campaign seems to

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Naples waste offer rejected

A new deal to solve a mounting rubbish crisis in Italy has been rejected. Guido Bertolaso, the man sent by Rome to deal with the mess had offered

A new deal to solve a mounting rubbish crisis in Italy has been rejected. Guido Bertolaso, the man sent by Rome to deal with the mess had offered

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Anti-Japan protests again in Northeastern China.

Hundreds of people have once again taken to the streets of the northwestern Chinese city of Langzhou. They are calling on their government to take

Hundreds of people have once again taken to the streets of the northwestern Chinese city of Langzhou. They are calling on their government to take

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Massacre at family party shocks Mexican city

Ciudad Juarez has the dubious accolade of being Mexico’s most violent city. But the murder of 13 people at a teenage boy’s birthday party has

Ciudad Juarez has the dubious accolade of being Mexico’s most violent city. But the murder of 13 people at a teenage boy’s birthday party has

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Democrats and Republicans rally midterm support

Barack Obama clearly still has plenty of pulling power. But it is far from clear whether that will be enough to rescue his party from a mid-term

Barack Obama clearly still has plenty of pulling power. But it is far from clear whether that will be enough to rescue his party from a mid-term

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German anti-nuke demonstration

Thousands of anti-nuclear protesters took to the streets of German cities on a national day of action against the transportation of nuclear waste.

Thousands of anti-nuclear protesters took to the streets of German cities on a national day of action against the transportation of nuclear waste.

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Protests over Guinea election delay

Violence continued on the streets of Conakry, after an election due this weekend was indefinitely delayed. Supporters of former prime minister Cellou

Violence continued on the streets of Conakry, after an election due this weekend was indefinitely delayed. Supporters of former prime minister Cellou

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Killer cholera spreads to Haitian capital

The number of victims of the cholera epidemic in Haiti has passed the 200 mark with five cases being reported in the capital Port au

The number of victims of the cholera epidemic in Haiti has passed the 200 mark with five cases being reported in the capital Port au

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Devil fear prompts 11 to leap from window

Eleven people have leapt from a third floor window in a small French town close to Paris in a tragic incident. Detectives are trying to establish

Eleven people have leapt from a third floor window in a small French town close to Paris in a tragic incident. Detectives are trying to establish

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Stuttgart rail link continues to divide

The German city of Stuttgart is divided over a controversial rail project called Stuttgart 21. Both supporters and opponents of the plan have taken

The German city of Stuttgart is divided over a controversial rail project called Stuttgart 21. Both supporters and opponents of the plan have taken

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Congolese protesters clash with police in Brussels

Hundreds of protesters opposed to the rule of President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo have clashed with police in the Belgium

Hundreds of protesters opposed to the rule of President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo have clashed with police in the Belgium