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2010-11-16

Business

Ireland puts up the pressure on the euro

The euro is currently under pressure from debt problems in several of the so called peripheral countries using the single European currency, but it

The euro is currently under pressure from debt problems in several of the so called peripheral countries using the single European currency, but it

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Prince William gives Kate Diana's engagement ring

Britain’s Prince William is to marry his long-term girlfriend Kate Middleton next spring or summer. The happy couple appeared before the cameras

Britain’s Prince William is to marry his long-term girlfriend Kate Middleton next spring or summer. The happy couple appeared before the cameras

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Euro2012 mascots unveiled

The official mascots for the Euro2012 football championships were officially unveiled on Tuesday. With spiked hair and sporting the national colors

The official mascots for the Euro2012 football championships were officially unveiled on Tuesday. With spiked hair and sporting the national colors

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Russia condemns 'Merchant of Death' extradition

Russia on Tuesday hit out at the extradition of a former Soviet fighter pilot and alleged arms dealer from Thailand to the US. Forty-three-year-old

Russia on Tuesday hit out at the extradition of a former Soviet fighter pilot and alleged arms dealer from Thailand to the US. Forty-three-year-old

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Ireland under pressure to accept state bailout

The Irish Finance Minister has arrived in Brussels to decide the fate of Ireland’s banking sector. Other eurozone members also assembled for the

The Irish Finance Minister has arrived in Brussels to decide the fate of Ireland’s banking sector. Other eurozone members also assembled for the

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Portugal imposes border controls for NATO summit

Portugal is getting ready for a NATO summit at the end of the week, at which leaders are expected to outline plans for a progressive withdrawal of

Portugal is getting ready for a NATO summit at the end of the week, at which leaders are expected to outline plans for a progressive withdrawal of

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No european harmony on defence policy

As we’ve just seen, the economic crisis risks being a bigger menace to the new strategy of NATO which will be adopted this weekend in Lisbon, and a

As we’ve just seen, the economic crisis risks being a bigger menace to the new strategy of NATO which will be adopted this weekend in Lisbon, and a

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NATO at crossroads faced with new threats

What strategy for the next decade is NATO about to adopt? The alliance was built to repulse an invasion of any of its members by the Soviet Union, in

What strategy for the next decade is NATO about to adopt? The alliance was built to repulse an invasion of any of its members by the Soviet Union, in

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UK says ex-Guantanamo detainee pay-out will save millions

The UK government has said its decision to settle out-of-court with a group of ex-Guantanamo detainees will save the British tax payer tens of

The UK government has said its decision to settle out-of-court with a group of ex-Guantanamo detainees will save the British tax payer tens of

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Ex-Guantanamo detainees tell of torture

Despite US president Barack Obama promising to close Guantanamo within a year upon taking office, the facility in Cuba still remains open. Earlier

Despite US president Barack Obama promising to close Guantanamo within a year upon taking office, the facility in Cuba still remains open. Earlier

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Rogozin says Russia will bring new ideas to Lisbon

Euronews spoke to Russia’s permanent representative at NATO, Dmitri Rogozin in Brussels ahead of the NATO-Russia summit on Friday in Lisbon. Mr

Euronews spoke to Russia’s permanent representative at NATO, Dmitri Rogozin in Brussels ahead of the NATO-Russia summit on Friday in Lisbon. Mr

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Taking the Red Bull by the horns

A day after arriving at the Red Bull headquarters in Salzburg Sebastien Vettel spoke of his unforgettable season which saw him, at 23-years-old

A day after arriving at the Red Bull headquarters in Salzburg Sebastien Vettel spoke of his unforgettable season which saw him, at 23-years-old

Business

Developing countries consider life after the crisis

How to recover from the global economic crisis was the main focus of a gathering of heads of state andgovernments, policymakers and business leaders

How to recover from the global economic crisis was the main focus of a gathering of heads of state andgovernments, policymakers and business leaders

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Muslim pilgrims perform devil stoning ritual

Muslim pilgrims descended on Saudi Arabia’s Mina Valley on Tuesday carrying bags of pebbles to symbolically stone Satan. Today is the third day of

Muslim pilgrims descended on Saudi Arabia’s Mina Valley on Tuesday carrying bags of pebbles to symbolically stone Satan. Today is the third day of

Science_technology

Immortality on the internet?

It is an uncomfortable thought but what will happen to the private e-mails, photos or films you have posted on the web, or your account on a social

It is an uncomfortable thought but what will happen to the private e-mails, photos or films you have posted on the web, or your account on a social

Culture

Cher back on big screen with Burlesque

Burlesque – Cher and Christina Aguilera’s new film – has just premiered at Hollywood’s Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

Burlesque – Cher and Christina Aguilera’s new film – has just premiered at Hollywood’s Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

Culture

Sting's daughter Coco releases debut album

Coco Sumner – the daughter of Sting and Trudie Styler – was always going to have a lot to prove. She has just released her debut album, The Constant

Coco Sumner – the daughter of Sting and Trudie Styler – was always going to have a lot to prove. She has just released her debut album, The Constant

Business

Abu Dhabi unveils industrial free zone

Looking to diversify for when the oil runs out, Abu Dhabi has launched the largest industrial free zone in the United Arab Emirates. Located

Looking to diversify for when the oil runs out, Abu Dhabi has launched the largest industrial free zone in the United Arab Emirates. Located

Business

China 'to move on food prices'

China is considering introducing food price controls and cracking down on speculation and hoarding to contain inflation. A state newspaper is

China is considering introducing food price controls and cracking down on speculation and hoarding to contain inflation. A state newspaper is

Business

European car sales still stalled

Passenger car sales in Europe slumped 16.6 percent in October, with no more government scrappage schemes to encourage drivers into showrooms. The

Passenger car sales in Europe slumped 16.6 percent in October, with no more government scrappage schemes to encourage drivers into showrooms. The

Business

Fuel drives up euro zone inflation

Annual inflation in the euro zone hit 1.9 percent in October. The EU’s statistics office Eurostat said compared with September inflation rose 0.4

Annual inflation in the euro zone hit 1.9 percent in October. The EU’s statistics office Eurostat said compared with September inflation rose 0.4

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Probe ordered into embattled French politician

Just a day after losing his job in a cabinet reshuffle, controversial French politician Eric Woerth has been placed under official investigation.

Just a day after losing his job in a cabinet reshuffle, controversial French politician Eric Woerth has been placed under official investigation.

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Prince William to marry girlfriend Kate Middleton

The months of media speculation is over. Buckingham Palace in Britain has announced that Prince William is to marry his long-term girlfriend Kate

The months of media speculation is over. Buckingham Palace in Britain has announced that Prince William is to marry his long-term girlfriend Kate

Science_technology

Top of the crops in NYC's rooftop farms

“There is now a new educated movement that believes in doing it themselves. Of removing themselves from as many systems as possible,” said Patrick

“There is now a new educated movement that believes in doing it themselves. Of removing themselves from as many systems as possible,” said Patrick

Special_reports

Food for thought

A country of 40 million inhabitants, Argentina produces enough food for 350 million people. But despite that, many, many children suffer from

A country of 40 million inhabitants, Argentina produces enough food for 350 million people. But despite that, many, many children suffer from

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Euro faces a battle to survive: Van Rompuy

The euro single currency is facing a battle for survival, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy said on Tuesday as Ireland considers tapping

The euro single currency is facing a battle for survival, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy said on Tuesday as Ireland considers tapping

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New record for Peter the first

Seven Russian yachtsmen stood proudly on the docks of St Petersburg as the national anthem bellowed out to celebrate them setting a new record for a

Seven Russian yachtsmen stood proudly on the docks of St Petersburg as the national anthem bellowed out to celebrate them setting a new record for a

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Euro Stewards

Ukraine’s organisers of the Euro2012 are to replace police with stewards for European football’s marquee competition after accepting FIFA’s demand

Ukraine’s organisers of the Euro2012 are to replace police with stewards for European football’s marquee competition after accepting FIFA’s demand

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UN troops kill Haitian protester

Peacekeepers shot one protester dead as riots blaming the United Nations for a cholera epidemic broke out in towns and cities across Haiti on

Peacekeepers shot one protester dead as riots blaming the United Nations for a cholera epidemic broke out in towns and cities across Haiti on