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2010-11-09

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Turkey: improve relations with Cyprus or no EU

Turkey must normalise relations with Cyprus if it is to realise its ambition to join the European Union. EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Füle

Turkey must normalise relations with Cyprus if it is to realise its ambition to join the European Union. EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Füle

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Nuclear convoy finally reaches German site

The high-security, tortuous, five day trek is over. A shipment of 123 tonnes of nuclear waste has finally been delivered to a storage site in

The high-security, tortuous, five day trek is over. A shipment of 123 tonnes of nuclear waste has finally been delivered to a storage site in

Business

Big fines for cargo price fixing

Eleven airlines have been fined a total of almost 800 million euros by EU competition regulators for fixing cargo prices. They had made deals among

Eleven airlines have been fined a total of almost 800 million euros by EU competition regulators for fixing cargo prices. They had made deals among

Europe

Feelings about integrating Turkey into the EU

Only 38 percent of Turkish respondents in a recent survey by the German Marshall Fund said they feel EU membership for Turkey would be a good thing

Only 38 percent of Turkish respondents in a recent survey by the German Marshall Fund said they feel EU membership for Turkey would be a good thing

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EU woos China to redress the trade imbalance

Europe has unleashed a full-scale charm offensive on China. Italy, France and Portugal have already had their shot at oriental seduction. Now

Europe has unleashed a full-scale charm offensive on China. Italy, France and Portugal have already had their shot at oriental seduction. Now

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Show me la money

Four months after their embarrassing World Cup exploits in South Africa the France national football team continue to cause a bit of a stir. The

Four months after their embarrassing World Cup exploits in South Africa the France national football team continue to cause a bit of a stir. The

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Turkey positive over EU accession

For an official reaction to the European Commission’s annual progress report on enlargement policy, euronews asked Turkey’s chief negotiator, in

For an official reaction to the European Commission’s annual progress report on enlargement policy, euronews asked Turkey’s chief negotiator, in

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Opposition boycotts Jordan's "sham" election

Anger at the stalled Middle East peace process, an continuing economic slump, and scepticism at the political process have dominated elections in

Anger at the stalled Middle East peace process, an continuing economic slump, and scepticism at the political process have dominated elections in

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Scientists create mini Big Bangs

Scientists have recreated mini versions of the Big Bang. Experiments in the circular Large Hadron Collider tunnel under the French-Swiss border

Scientists have recreated mini versions of the Big Bang. Experiments in the circular Large Hadron Collider tunnel under the French-Swiss border

Culture

John Legend and the Roots team up for "Wake Up!"

Award-winning Soul musician John Legend has teamed up with fellow Philadelphians The Roots for his new album “Wake Up!”. The result is a collection

Award-winning Soul musician John Legend has teamed up with fellow Philadelphians The Roots for his new album “Wake Up!”. The result is a collection

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Britain signs trade deals with China

A UK trade delegation to China led by British Prime Minister David Cameron secured its first major deals in Beijing on Tuesday. The biggest so far

A UK trade delegation to China led by British Prime Minister David Cameron secured its first major deals in Beijing on Tuesday. The biggest so far

Business

Barclays investment bank earnings slow

Barclays has revealed that says income from its key investment banking division remains weak, but its underlying third-quarter profit was lifted to

Barclays has revealed that says income from its key investment banking division remains weak, but its underlying third-quarter profit was lifted to

Business

IEA raises oil price outlook

The International Energy Agency is forecasting that oil prices will exceed $100 a barrel in the next five years and by 2035 will exceed $200 a

The International Energy Agency is forecasting that oil prices will exceed $100 a barrel in the next five years and by 2035 will exceed $200 a

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Obama in Jakarta for trade talks and meatballs

US President Barack Obama is in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, the second stop of his 10-day four-nation Asian tour. It is an important visit for

US President Barack Obama is in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, the second stop of his 10-day four-nation Asian tour. It is an important visit for

Business

Adecco sees greater demand for temps

Temp agency Adecco is in an upbeat mood as its third quarter profit beat expectations at 128 million euros, a 42 percent increase. The world’s

Temp agency Adecco is in an upbeat mood as its third quarter profit beat expectations at 128 million euros, a 42 percent increase. The world’s

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Turkey: "EU report is positive, Turkey will soon join the EU"

In order to get Turkey’s reactions to the European Commission’s annual progress report on enlargement policy, euronews spoke with Egemen Bağış who is

In order to get Turkey’s reactions to the European Commission’s annual progress report on enlargement policy, euronews spoke with Egemen Bağış who is

Business

Vodafone increases profit outlook

Britain’s Vodafone has said with sales growing faster than expected it can raise its full-year profit outlook. The world’s largest mobile operator

Britain’s Vodafone has said with sales growing faster than expected it can raise its full-year profit outlook. The world’s largest mobile operator

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Western Sahara: the long road to deadlock

Western Sahara is Africa’s longest running territorial dispute.   In 1975, Morocco sent in 350-thousand of its citizens on the so-called ‘Green

Western Sahara is Africa’s longest running territorial dispute.   In 1975, Morocco sent in 350-thousand of its citizens on the so-called ‘Green

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Violence marks start of Western Sahara talks

Reports suggest that 17 people may have been killed in a raid by Moroccan forces on a protest camp in the disputed Western Sahara. Morocco sent in

Reports suggest that 17 people may have been killed in a raid by Moroccan forces on a protest camp in the disputed Western Sahara. Morocco sent in

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Bush: Waterboarding thwarted terror attacks

Former US President George W. Bush has used his memoirs ‘Decision Points’, which were published on Tuesday, to defend his tough stance on

Former US President George W. Bush has used his memoirs ‘Decision Points’, which were published on Tuesday, to defend his tough stance on

Science_technology

New plastic trailers could herald green revolution

UK-based engineers have developed a new kind of plastic used to build trailers for trucks, that is almost as strong as steel but much lighter

UK-based engineers have developed a new kind of plastic used to build trailers for trucks, that is almost as strong as steel but much lighter

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EU needs Turkey to remain global force, says Gul

Turkish President Abdullah Gul has told European leaders that the EU needs his country as a member if it wants to remain a global force. In an

Turkish President Abdullah Gul has told European leaders that the EU needs his country as a member if it wants to remain a global force. In an

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Nuclear waste convoy reaches German depot

A convoy of nuclear waste has arrived at a storage depot in northern Germany, defying the biggest anti-nuclear protests there for more than 20

A convoy of nuclear waste has arrived at a storage depot in northern Germany, defying the biggest anti-nuclear protests there for more than 20

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Nuclear train finally arrives

A train carrying reprocessed nuclear waste finally arrived in Germany, after a 92 hour journey during which it was slowed by anti-nulcear power

A train carrying reprocessed nuclear waste finally arrived in Germany, after a 92 hour journey during which it was slowed by anti-nulcear power

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Fleeing Myanmar

Thousands of people fled Myanmar as clashes broke between Myanmar minority rebels and soldiers after the elections there. They crossed the border to

Thousands of people fled Myanmar as clashes broke between Myanmar minority rebels and soldiers after the elections there. They crossed the border to

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Car bomb explodes in Iraq

A car bomb exploded in Najaf in Iraq near one of Shi’ite Islam’s holiest sites.

A car bomb exploded in Najaf in Iraq near one of Shi’ite Islam’s holiest sites.

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Nuclear waste convoy reaches German depot

A convoy of nuclear waste has arrived at a storage depot in northern Germany, defying the biggest anti-nuclear protests there for more than 20

A convoy of nuclear waste has arrived at a storage depot in northern Germany, defying the biggest anti-nuclear protests there for more than 20

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Pro-democracy parties concede Myanmar election

Pro-democracy parties that ran in Myanmar’s first election for two decades conceded defeat on Tuesday.   The largest opposition group, the National

Pro-democracy parties that ran in Myanmar’s first election for two decades conceded defeat on Tuesday.   The largest opposition group, the National

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UK PM Cameron gets down to business in China

British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived in China on Tuesday as the head of the UK’s largest-ever trade delegation. Cameron travelled with

British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived in China on Tuesday as the head of the UK’s largest-ever trade delegation. Cameron travelled with

Science_technology

New implant provides partial sight to blind people

Only days after undergoing treatment in a new test against blindness, patients at Tübingen University in Germany were able to identify shapes and

Only days after undergoing treatment in a new test against blindness, patients at Tübingen University in Germany were able to identify shapes and