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2011-01-30

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Final Bloody Sunday march held in N.Ireland?

It was supposed to be the final march to mark Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland, but not everyone agrees. Thousands took part on Sunday, to

It was supposed to be the final march to mark Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland, but not everyone agrees. Thousands took part on Sunday, to

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Egypt will "never be the same after these protests"

euronews spoke to an Egyptian journalist covering the mass rally in Tahrir Square. Mohamed El Dahshan, a journalist with the Al-Masry Al-Youm

euronews spoke to an Egyptian journalist covering the mass rally in Tahrir Square. Mohamed El Dahshan, a journalist with the Al-Masry Al-Youm

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ElBaradei joins mass rally in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Mohamed ElBaradei, the Egyptian opposition figure and Nobel Peace prize winner, has joined the demonstrators in Tahrir Square. He has already made

Mohamed ElBaradei, the Egyptian opposition figure and Nobel Peace prize winner, has joined the demonstrators in Tahrir Square. He has already made

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Egyptian residents form groups to guard against looting

With the disappearance of police on the streets, many Egyptians have had to fend for themselves amid reports of looting. Residents have formed

With the disappearance of police on the streets, many Egyptians have had to fend for themselves amid reports of looting. Residents have formed

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Prayers in South Africa for Nelson Mandela

Churchgoers in South Africa have being saying special prayers for former president Nelson Mandela. The 92-year-old was released from hospital on

Churchgoers in South Africa have being saying special prayers for former president Nelson Mandela. The 92-year-old was released from hospital on

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Military aircraft flying low over Cairo rally

In Egypt, the authorities are apparently ramping up their scare tactics, with military fighter planes and helicopters buzzing over the heads of

In Egypt, the authorities are apparently ramping up their scare tactics, with military fighter planes and helicopters buzzing over the heads of

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Tourists queue to leave Egypt, but others still flying in

Increasing numbers of expats and holidaymakers are converging on airports, attempting to get flights out of Egypt. Some countries, including the

Increasing numbers of expats and holidaymakers are converging on airports, attempting to get flights out of Egypt. Some countries, including the

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Berlusconi falls further in opinion polls

The troubles keep on coming for Silvio Berlusconi. A new opinion poll in Italy shows public support for the prime minister has dropped to just 27.5

The troubles keep on coming for Silvio Berlusconi. A new opinion poll in Italy shows public support for the prime minister has dropped to just 27.5

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South Sudan backs independence: initial results

South Sudan has voted to split from from the north, according to official preliminary results of an independence referendum released on Sunday. The

South Sudan has voted to split from from the north, according to official preliminary results of an independence referendum released on Sunday. The

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Human error blamed for deadly German train crash

Investigators probing a deadly train crash in Germany say human error seems to have been the cause. Ten people were killed and more than 40 others

Investigators probing a deadly train crash in Germany say human error seems to have been the cause. Ten people were killed and more than 40 others

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Mubarak meets his military men

Egypt’s embattled president Hosni Mubarak has visited a military headquarters. State television has broadcast pictures of him meeting with Omar

Egypt’s embattled president Hosni Mubarak has visited a military headquarters. State television has broadcast pictures of him meeting with Omar

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Israel closely watches Egyptian unrest

In Israel, the authorities are keeping a close eye on events in neighbouring Egypt. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today said that Israel

In Israel, the authorities are keeping a close eye on events in neighbouring Egypt. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today said that Israel

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US set to evacuate citizens from Egypt

The United States on Sunday said it will evacuate any of its citizens who want to leave Egypt. In a statement on its website, the US embassy in

The United States on Sunday said it will evacuate any of its citizens who want to leave Egypt. In a statement on its website, the US embassy in

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Egypt shaken by sixth 'Day of Rage'

Egyptians took to the streets on Sunday for a sixth day of protests against President Hosni Mubarak. At least 100 people have been killed and more

Egyptians took to the streets on Sunday for a sixth day of protests against President Hosni Mubarak. At least 100 people have been killed and more

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Ten dead in German train crash

A head-on collision on Saturday between a passenger and a cargo train in eastern Germany has killed ten people and left at least 33 others injured

A head-on collision on Saturday between a passenger and a cargo train in eastern Germany has killed ten people and left at least 33 others injured

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Pressure mounts on Mubarak to quit

The pressure is mounting on Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak to resign as thousands continue to defy a curfew at home and world leaders distance themselves from

The pressure is mounting on Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak to resign as thousands continue to defy a curfew at home and world leaders distance themselves from

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German train crash kills 10 people

At least 10 people have been killed after a head-on collision between a passenger train and a freight train in Germany. More than 40 people were

At least 10 people have been killed after a head-on collision between a passenger train and a freight train in Germany. More than 40 people were

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Travellers flee Egyptian unrest

Foreign nationals flocked to Cairo’s main airport on Saturday, desperate to get out of the country. The number of airlines cancelling flights is

Foreign nationals flocked to Cairo’s main airport on Saturday, desperate to get out of the country. The number of airlines cancelling flights is

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Soldiers protect Egypt's Pharaonic treasures

Soldiers are patrolling the Cairo antiquities museum – home to the world’s greatest collection of Pharaonic treasures – after looters broke in and

Soldiers are patrolling the Cairo antiquities museum – home to the world’s greatest collection of Pharaonic treasures – after looters broke in and

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Egyptians abroad join anti-Mubarak protests

Egyptians across the world on Saturday joined their fellow countrymen in protesting against the rule of President Hosni Mubarak. In France, some

Egyptians across the world on Saturday joined their fellow countrymen in protesting against the rule of President Hosni Mubarak. In France, some

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Stuttgart 21 protests start up again

Opponents of the multi-billion-euro Stuttgart 21 project have been back on the streets of the German city. They say plans to modernise the city’s

Opponents of the multi-billion-euro Stuttgart 21 project have been back on the streets of the German city. They say plans to modernise the city’s

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Mousavi likens unrest to Iran's 2009 uprising

Iran’s main opposition leader has likened the unrest in the Arab world to his country’s popular revolt against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in

Iran’s main opposition leader has likened the unrest in the Arab world to his country’s popular revolt against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in