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2011-01-08

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Twins born to Danish royals

The heir to the Danish throne, Crown Prince Frederik, has become the father of twins. The Prince himself announced the news at the hospital in

The heir to the Danish throne, Crown Prince Frederik, has become the father of twins. The Prince himself announced the news at the hospital in

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Two reported dead in Algeria riots

Riots over rising prices have left their mark on Algeria where tension remains high despite calls for calm. The violence has spread far beyond the

Riots over rising prices have left their mark on Algeria where tension remains high despite calls for calm. The violence has spread far beyond the

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Students protest in London

Around 100 students met at Trafalgar Square and marched to the headquarters of the Liberal Democrat party to deliver a ‘birthday present’ to Nick

Around 100 students met at Trafalgar Square and marched to the headquarters of the Liberal Democrat party to deliver a ‘birthday present’ to Nick

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Orthodox Christmas service in Moscow

Over 5,000 worshippers filled the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in the centre of Moscow for an Orthodox Christmas service on Thursday night

Over 5,000 worshippers filled the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in the centre of Moscow for an Orthodox Christmas service on Thursday night

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Japanese aquarium celebrates New Year

This aquarium in Yokohama bounced into the year of the rabbit with a little help from its talented animals.

This aquarium in Yokohama bounced into the year of the rabbit with a little help from its talented animals.

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Thousands flee north Sudan before referendum

Hundreds of thousands of southern Sudanese are fleeing the north to return to their homes in the south ahead of Sunday’s referendum, which is likely

Hundreds of thousands of southern Sudanese are fleeing the north to return to their homes in the south ahead of Sunday’s referendum, which is likely

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Anger in Algeria sparks fresh riots

Algerian authorities have been struggling to maintain order after a wave of riots over food prices and unemployment swept the country. In the

Algerian authorities have been struggling to maintain order after a wave of riots over food prices and unemployment swept the country. In the