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2010-11-11

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Paper reveals 'Russian double agent'

A newspaper in Moscow on Thursday named a top Russian double agent as the spy who betrayed his country to help the Americans break up an espionage

A newspaper in Moscow on Thursday named a top Russian double agent as the spy who betrayed his country to help the Americans break up an espionage

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Aung San Suu Kyi: the face of Myanmar's struggle

She is the face of Myanmar’s struggle for democracy. But Aung San Suu Kyi has paid a huge personal price for her convictions. For two decades the

She is the face of Myanmar’s struggle for democracy. But Aung San Suu Kyi has paid a huge personal price for her convictions. For two decades the

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Iraqi parliament votes on new power sharing deal

Iraq’s new government is finally starting to take shape after eight months of political paralysis. The deal must still be approved by MPs, but

Iraq’s new government is finally starting to take shape after eight months of political paralysis. The deal must still be approved by MPs, but

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Dino's dead: film producer passes away in LA

Dynamic film producer, Dino De Laurentiis, has died in Los Angeles aged 91. Dino was the man behind many of cinema’s most significant films. The

Dynamic film producer, Dino De Laurentiis, has died in Los Angeles aged 91. Dino was the man behind many of cinema’s most significant films. The

Business

Chinese inflation fuels currency debate

As the currency squabbles continued at the G20 summit, inflation in China reached its highest in just over two years. Prices for consumers were up

As the currency squabbles continued at the G20 summit, inflation in China reached its highest in just over two years. Prices for consumers were up

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World honours WWI dead on Armistice Day

Millions across the globe on Thursday paid their respects to those who sacrificed their lives during the First World War.   In Paris, French

Millions across the globe on Thursday paid their respects to those who sacrificed their lives during the First World War.   In Paris, French

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Cameron condemns violent student rally

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the ugly scenes which marred a rally in London against an increase in university tuition fees were

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the ugly scenes which marred a rally in London against an increase in university tuition fees were

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Many dead in huge Karachi bomb blast

A massive explosion has ripped through a police compound in Pakistan’s biggest city, Karachi. Early reports suggest that the blast has killed at

A massive explosion has ripped through a police compound in Pakistan’s biggest city, Karachi. Early reports suggest that the blast has killed at

Business

Siemens upbeat on growth

Signalling its confidence in the future, Siemens is sharply raising its dividend to shareholders. Europe’s biggest engineering company announced a

Signalling its confidence in the future, Siemens is sharply raising its dividend to shareholders. Europe’s biggest engineering company announced a

Business

Portugal: EDP golden share illegal

Europe’s highest court has ruled the Portuguese government’s so called golden shares in utility firm Energias de Portugal are illegal. The

Europe’s highest court has ruled the Portuguese government’s so called golden shares in utility firm Energias de Portugal are illegal. The

Business

Spanish economy still moribund

Spain’s economy stagnated in the third quarter. The statistics office said economic growth was zero from the previous three months which was at

Spain’s economy stagnated in the third quarter. The statistics office said economic growth was zero from the previous three months which was at

Business

UK overhauls benefits

The British government has unveiled its controversial overhaul of the welfare system. It has promised to help the jobless get back to work but

The British government has unveiled its controversial overhaul of the welfare system. It has promised to help the jobless get back to work but

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Basque separatist trial opens in Madrid

Basque separatist Arnaldo Otegi appeared in court in Madrid on Thursday on a new charge of “inciting terrorism,” just weeks after ETA declared a

Basque separatist Arnaldo Otegi appeared in court in Madrid on Thursday on a new charge of “inciting terrorism,” just weeks after ETA declared a

Special_reports

US anger at home as Afghan, Iraq wars drag on

Nine years after the United States vowed to triumph over terrorism, backed by an international community united after the September 11 attacks on

Nine years after the United States vowed to triumph over terrorism, backed by an international community united after the September 11 attacks on

Nocomment

Harry Potter fans camp out for world premiere

Harry Potter fans camped out in the cold and rain ahead of the world premiere of the latest instalment of the films in London.

Harry Potter fans camped out in the cold and rain ahead of the world premiere of the latest instalment of the films in London.

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G20 protesters kept well away from summit

Seoul has been placed under tight security for the duration of the G20, after past summits saw running battles with protesters. So far, though, in

Seoul has been placed under tight security for the duration of the G20, after past summits saw running battles with protesters. So far, though, in

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Millions mark WWI Armistice Day

Millions of people around the world have paid their respects to those who died in the First World War. In London, crowds gathered in silence at the

Millions of people around the world have paid their respects to those who died in the First World War. In London, crowds gathered in silence at the

News

Dino's dead: eclectic film producer passes away in LA

Dynamic film producer, Dino De Laurentiis, has died in Los Angeles aged 91. He was behind some of cinema’s most significant films. The Italian

Dynamic film producer, Dino De Laurentiis, has died in Los Angeles aged 91. He was behind some of cinema’s most significant films. The Italian

Science_technology

Saturn probe could tell us more about life on Earth

In January 2005 the Huygens probe landed on Titan, the biggest of Saturn’s moons. The first earth-born object to navigate through the giant planet’s

In January 2005 the Huygens probe landed on Titan, the biggest of Saturn’s moons. The first earth-born object to navigate through the giant planet’s

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Fans flock to see penultimate Harry Potter

It’s the beginning of the end for Harry Potter and friends. ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, the seventh and penultimate film in the series

It’s the beginning of the end for Harry Potter and friends. ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, the seventh and penultimate film in the series

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Rubin Kazan: from minor league to major player

It is a classic sporting rags to riches story. Two years ago Rubin Kazan won the Russian championship, only the third non-Moscow team to do so

It is a classic sporting rags to riches story. Two years ago Rubin Kazan won the Russian championship, only the third non-Moscow team to do so

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G20 set for showdown over 'currency wars'

A meeting of G20 leaders opened in the South Korean capital of Seoul on Thursday with fixing the global economy at the top of their agenda. The

A meeting of G20 leaders opened in the South Korean capital of Seoul on Thursday with fixing the global economy at the top of their agenda. The

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Late-night deal ends Iraq's political deadlock

The main political factions in Iraq have finally agreed the make-up of a new government, ending eight months of squabbling and political

The main political factions in Iraq have finally agreed the make-up of a new government, ending eight months of squabbling and political

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Heavy security surrounds G20 summit

G20 meetings always attract critics, and thousands gathered near the summit venue to denounce globalisation and demand a new approach. Seoul is on

G20 meetings always attract critics, and thousands gathered near the summit venue to denounce globalisation and demand a new approach. Seoul is on

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Haiti's cholera deaths expected to rise

The mayor of a small town in Haiti has warned his country faces ‘catastrophe’ as the epidemic of cholera threatens to surge out of control. Pierrelus

The mayor of a small town in Haiti has warned his country faces ‘catastrophe’ as the epidemic of cholera threatens to surge out of control. Pierrelus

Business

WTM - an insider's view - Endre Horváth

Interview with Endre Horváth, Deputy State Secretary for tourism, Hungarian Ministry for National Economy. Every year euronews heads to the World

Interview with Endre Horváth, Deputy State Secretary for tourism, Hungarian Ministry for National Economy. Every year euronews heads to the World

Business

WTM - an insider's view - Filip Remenec

Interview with Filip Remenec, Head of Media Department and Spokesman, Czech Tourism. Every year Euronews heads to the World Travel Market in

Interview with Filip Remenec, Head of Media Department and Spokesman, Czech Tourism. Every year Euronews heads to the World Travel Market in

Business

WTM - an insider's view - Maris Hellrand

Interview with Maris Hellrand, International Communications Manager, Foundation Tallinn 2011. Every year euronews heads to the World Travel Market

Interview with Maris Hellrand, International Communications Manager, Foundation Tallinn 2011. Every year euronews heads to the World Travel Market

Business

WTM - an insider's view - Jean-Pierre Courteau

Interview with Jean-Pierre Courteau, Director Atout France UK, France Tourism Development Agency Every year euronews heads to the World Travel

Interview with Jean-Pierre Courteau, Director Atout France UK, France Tourism Development Agency Every year euronews heads to the World Travel