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2011-01-26

Business

Fed still cautious on recovery

There was no US interest rate hike and a lukewarm economic assessment from the Federal Reserve after their monthly policy-setting meeting. The

There was no US interest rate hike and a lukewarm economic assessment from the Federal Reserve after their monthly policy-setting meeting. The

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Kantor deplores 'anti-Israelism'

On the eve of the anniversary of the opening of the gates of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz, euronews interviewed Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor

On the eve of the anniversary of the opening of the gates of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz, euronews interviewed Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor

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Obama's aims for morale boost in State of the Union speech

President Barack Obama arrived for his State of the Union address knowing there was much ground to cover. In front of Congress, he tackled internal

President Barack Obama arrived for his State of the Union address knowing there was much ground to cover. In front of Congress, he tackled internal

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Obama reaches out to Republicans and Democrats

Following Obama’s address to Congress, euronews spoke to ABC correspondent Emily Schmidt about the impact of the speech over in America. euronews’

Following Obama’s address to Congress, euronews spoke to ABC correspondent Emily Schmidt about the impact of the speech over in America. euronews’

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Auschwitz remembered

Sixty-six years ago Auschwitz stopped functioning. This is commemorated around the world as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The biggest

Sixty-six years ago Auschwitz stopped functioning. This is commemorated around the world as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The biggest

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Belgian mediator resigns - again

Johan Vande Lanotte, the mediator charged with resolving Belgium’s long-running political crisis, has handed in his resignation for a second time

Johan Vande Lanotte, the mediator charged with resolving Belgium’s long-running political crisis, has handed in his resignation for a second time

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Four officials fired over Moscow bombing

As Russia held a day of mourning for the 35 victims of Monday’s bomb attack at Moscow’s busiest airport, it has been announced at least four

As Russia held a day of mourning for the 35 victims of Monday’s bomb attack at Moscow’s busiest airport, it has been announced at least four

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Thousands defy Egypt protest ban

Thousands of demonstrators have defied a protest ban and continued anti-government rallies in the Egyptian capital Cairo. The demonstrators

Thousands of demonstrators have defied a protest ban and continued anti-government rallies in the Egyptian capital Cairo. The demonstrators

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Mikati - Lebanon's cabinet maker

Billionaire businessman Najib Mikati has begun trying to form a new government in Lebanon.   Following protocol, he began by visiting former prime

Billionaire businessman Najib Mikati has begun trying to form a new government in Lebanon.   Following protocol, he began by visiting former prime

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Latin America on menu at Atlantic Dinner

Launched in 2009, the Atlantic Dinners bring an eclectic mix of international opinion-makers from politics, business, media and culture. At the

Launched in 2009, the Atlantic Dinners bring an eclectic mix of international opinion-makers from politics, business, media and culture. At the

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Nadal crashes out of Australian Open

World number one Rafael Nadal suffered a shock straight sets defeat to fellow Spaniard David Ferrer in the Australian Open quarter-finals on

World number one Rafael Nadal suffered a shock straight sets defeat to fellow Spaniard David Ferrer in the Australian Open quarter-finals on

Science_technology

Blindfolded dolphins can see, says new study

The intelligence and cognitive functions of dolphins have long been known, but scientists in Florida have now found a surprising new

The intelligence and cognitive functions of dolphins have long been known, but scientists in Florida have now found a surprising new

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Karzai backs down and opens Afghan parliament

He wanted a further postponement, but President Hamid Karzai has given into pressure and inaugurated Afghanistan’s parliament, ending weeks of

He wanted a further postponement, but President Hamid Karzai has given into pressure and inaugurated Afghanistan’s parliament, ending weeks of

Business

SAP upbeat for 2011 and raises dividend

Business software maker SAP is forecasting double-digit revenue growth this year and has raised its dividend to shareholders by 20 percent. “We

Business software maker SAP is forecasting double-digit revenue growth this year and has raised its dividend to shareholders by 20 percent. “We

Business

Toyota recalls 1.7 million vehicles

Another massive recall by Toyota to fix problems with its cars and another blow to the Japanese firm’s efforts to restore its reputation for quality

Another massive recall by Toyota to fix problems with its cars and another blow to the Japanese firm’s efforts to restore its reputation for quality

Business

LG loses on phones and TVs

South Korea’s LG Electronics has posted a record quarterly loss. The biggest problems were in its mobile handset division as it did not have enough

South Korea’s LG Electronics has posted a record quarterly loss. The biggest problems were in its mobile handset division as it did not have enough

Business

Yahoo warns of weak revenue

Internet portal Yahoo has warned that revenue will again slide this quarter as it continues to lose market share to Google and Facebook. Yahoo

Internet portal Yahoo has warned that revenue will again slide this quarter as it continues to lose market share to Google and Facebook. Yahoo

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Official day of mourning in Moscow

The international arrivals hall of Moscow’s busiest airport came to a standstill on Wednesday as family, friends and passers-by gathered to remember

The international arrivals hall of Moscow’s busiest airport came to a standstill on Wednesday as family, friends and passers-by gathered to remember

Culture

Galliano takes trip back in time at Paris Fashion

Galliano has gone back in time to the 1950s, bringing reds and romance to the runway at the Dior show in Paris. Inspired by fashion illustrator

Galliano has gone back in time to the 1950s, bringing reds and romance to the runway at the Dior show in Paris. Inspired by fashion illustrator

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Lebanon's next PM rallies support

Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati is trying to gather support to form a new government. Mikati is supported by the Shia Islamist group

Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati is trying to gather support to form a new government. Mikati is supported by the Shia Islamist group

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Egypt's government clamps down on protests

Thousands of demonstrators have defied a protest ban and continued anti-government rallies in the Egyptian capital Cairo.   The demonstrators

Thousands of demonstrators have defied a protest ban and continued anti-government rallies in the Egyptian capital Cairo.   The demonstrators

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New cabinet in bid to calm Tunisian unrest

Tunisia remains gripped by turmoil amid a cabinet reshuffle aimed at bringing order back to the streets. There have been fresh clashes between

Tunisia remains gripped by turmoil amid a cabinet reshuffle aimed at bringing order back to the streets. There have been fresh clashes between

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Obama calls on Congress to unify

President Barack Obama has called on America’s divided political class to unite to meet the challenges of the future. Speaking in his first State

President Barack Obama has called on America’s divided political class to unite to meet the challenges of the future. Speaking in his first State

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Russian parliament rubber stamps START

The Russian parliament has given its final rubber stamp to the first nuclear arms reduction treaty with Washington in nearly a decade. The deal

The Russian parliament has given its final rubber stamp to the first nuclear arms reduction treaty with Washington in nearly a decade. The deal

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Republicans critical of Obama's Union speech

The Republicans have been quick to label Obama’s State of the Union address as “inadequate.” They agree that reviving the US economy is a priority

The Republicans have been quick to label Obama’s State of the Union address as “inadequate.” They agree that reviving the US economy is a priority

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Massive Egypt protests

Tens of thousands of Egyptian protesters have taken part in an anti-government demonstration in Cairo.

Tens of thousands of Egyptian protesters have taken part in an anti-government demonstration in Cairo.

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Anti-government protesters clash in Tunisa

Supporters and opponents of Tunisia’s transitional government have confronted each other in Tunis as divisions deepen over the pace of change.

Supporters and opponents of Tunisia’s transitional government have confronted each other in Tunis as divisions deepen over the pace of change.

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Suicide bomb attack in Lahore

A suicide bomber has blown himself up near a religious procession of Shi’ite Muslims in the Pakistani city of Lahore, killing at least 13 people and

A suicide bomber has blown himself up near a religious procession of Shi’ite Muslims in the Pakistani city of Lahore, killing at least 13 people and

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Mubarak faces challenge from the streets

Egyptian protesters are said to be back in the streets to demand an end to their president’s 30-year rule. They are continuing demonstrations

Egyptian protesters are said to be back in the streets to demand an end to their president’s 30-year rule. They are continuing demonstrations