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2010-12-04

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Ivory Coast's Gbagbo defies world leaders

Defying pressure from the international community. Despite warnings of major civil unrest, Laurent Gbagbo has been sworn in for another term as

Defying pressure from the international community. Despite warnings of major civil unrest, Laurent Gbagbo has been sworn in for another term as

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Up to 60 die in Europe's big freeze

Many European countries are still on high weather alerts, with authorities now reporting up to 60 weather-related deaths. Air, train and road

Many European countries are still on high weather alerts, with authorities now reporting up to 60 weather-related deaths. Air, train and road

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Two arrested over Israeli wildfire

Israeli police have arrested two people in connection with the worst wildfire in its history. Firefighters are continuing to battle the blaze which

Israeli police have arrested two people in connection with the worst wildfire in its history. Firefighters are continuing to battle the blaze which

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Gbagbo sworn in as Ivory Coast president

Despite warnings of major civil unrest, Laurent Gbagbo has defied international pressure and been sworn in for another term as Ivory Coast

Despite warnings of major civil unrest, Laurent Gbagbo has defied international pressure and been sworn in for another term as Ivory Coast

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Two killed in Russian plane crash landing

At least two people have been killed and dozens injured after a Russian plane rolled off a runway while making an emergency landing at Moscow’s

At least two people have been killed and dozens injured after a Russian plane rolled off a runway while making an emergency landing at Moscow’s

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Planes to Spain fly again

Spain’s air space is slowly reopening as air traffic controllers return to work after Madrid declared a state of “alert” over their wildcat

Spain’s air space is slowly reopening as air traffic controllers return to work after Madrid declared a state of “alert” over their wildcat

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Euronews interviews Taib Fassi Fihri

The Moroccan Foreign Affairs Minister was in Brussels on Wednesday to present to Europe Morocco’s point of view on the situation in Western Sahara

The Moroccan Foreign Affairs Minister was in Brussels on Wednesday to present to Europe Morocco’s point of view on the situation in Western Sahara

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Guinea welcomes new president

Calm and order has returned to the streets of Ivory Coast’s neighbour, Guinea, where veteran opposition figure Alpha Conde has been declared the

Calm and order has returned to the streets of Ivory Coast’s neighbour, Guinea, where veteran opposition figure Alpha Conde has been declared the

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Cancun climate stakes

Could it be the summit to end all summits? As 194 nations debate climate change in Cancun, Mexico, some are warning that failure to reach a deal

Could it be the summit to end all summits? As 194 nations debate climate change in Cancun, Mexico, some are warning that failure to reach a deal

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Gbagbo defies the world and digs in

So what do we do now? That was the reaction of most Ivorians in the post-election confusion that appears to pose the threat of the country tearing

So what do we do now? That was the reaction of most Ivorians in the post-election confusion that appears to pose the threat of the country tearing

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Spain's air traffic controllers come under fire

Two female air traffic controllers were glad the police were on hand in their hotel, escorting them through the lobby as furious stranded travellers

Two female air traffic controllers were glad the police were on hand in their hotel, escorting them through the lobby as furious stranded travellers

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Spanish government gets tough with strikers

Spanish air traffic controllers have walked off the job in a wildcat strike during one of the country’s busiest holiday weekends. In response, the

Spanish air traffic controllers have walked off the job in a wildcat strike during one of the country’s busiest holiday weekends. In response, the

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Israeli fire rages on despite huge international effort

Firefighters and planes from several European countries have been helping Israel try to tackle the worst forest fire in its history, but the huge

Firefighters and planes from several European countries have been helping Israel try to tackle the worst forest fire in its history, but the huge