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2011-03-04

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Dior hits Paris catwalk without Galliano

French fashion house Christian Dior has presented its latest catwalk collection at Paris Fashion week without star designer John Galliano. The

French fashion house Christian Dior has presented its latest catwalk collection at Paris Fashion week without star designer John Galliano. The

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Battle rages for Ras Lanuf

Anti-government rebels have fired a sustained barrage of mortar bombs and rockets at a military base protecting the eastern Libyan port of Ras

Anti-government rebels have fired a sustained barrage of mortar bombs and rockets at a military base protecting the eastern Libyan port of Ras

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'Dozens killed' in Gaddafi attack on Zawiyah

There are reports of dozens of deaths in the western Libyan town of Zawiyah where Colonel Gaddafi’s forces have been stepping up efforts to regain

There are reports of dozens of deaths in the western Libyan town of Zawiyah where Colonel Gaddafi’s forces have been stepping up efforts to regain

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Euronews coverage in Malta - videoblog

For tens of thousands of people fleeing the violence in Libya, nearby Malta is a safe haven. By air or by sea, evacuees of more than 50 nationalities

For tens of thousands of people fleeing the violence in Libya, nearby Malta is a safe haven. By air or by sea, evacuees of more than 50 nationalities

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Iran: still no trace of Mousavi or Karroubi

It is 18 days since Iranian opposition leaders Mahdi Karroubi and Mir-Hossein Mousavi and their wives were removed from their houses in Iran. Mousavi

It is 18 days since Iranian opposition leaders Mahdi Karroubi and Mir-Hossein Mousavi and their wives were removed from their houses in Iran. Mousavi

Europe

Belgium defends wage policy from German attack

Belgium has rejected a Franco/German plan to impose wide ranging economic changes on euro zone states. Germany wants an end to inflation-linked

Belgium has rejected a Franco/German plan to impose wide ranging economic changes on euro zone states. Germany wants an end to inflation-linked

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Claims of mercenaries in Libya persist

euronews has heard claims that African nationals are being press-ganged into fighting with government troops in Libya. 250 kilometres south of

euronews has heard claims that African nationals are being press-ganged into fighting with government troops in Libya. 250 kilometres south of

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Tobruk finds its feet

In Tobruk, life has slowly begun to assume its new character. Protestors are on the streets again, but this time, not in anger. It is a

In Tobruk, life has slowly begun to assume its new character. Protestors are on the streets again, but this time, not in anger. It is a

Business

Geneva rolls out the customs

If you fancy some really unique transport – and have lots of money – then the Geneva Motor Show is the place to find tricked out versions of already

If you fancy some really unique transport – and have lots of money – then the Geneva Motor Show is the place to find tricked out versions of already

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Iraqi protesters clash with police

Iraq has been hit by mass protests for a second consecutive Friday. In Baghdad, thousands took to the streets, angry over a shortage of jobs

Iraq has been hit by mass protests for a second consecutive Friday. In Baghdad, thousands took to the streets, angry over a shortage of jobs

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Witnesses fear 'chemicals' at Libyan arms dump

Opposition fighters say a Libyan air force plane attacked a military base in rebel hands near the strategic eastern town of Ajdabiya. But

Opposition fighters say a Libyan air force plane attacked a military base in rebel hands near the strategic eastern town of Ajdabiya. But

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Pick of the Clicks: Libya looks to the skies for help

Pick of the Clicks looks at the most clicked news story of the week on our website and how it’s being reported elsewhere on the net. This week

Pick of the Clicks looks at the most clicked news story of the week on our website and how it’s being reported elsewhere on the net. This week

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Yemen protesters back in the streets

There have once again been widespread protests across Yemen with thousands of anti-government campaigners taking to the streets. Demonstrators who

There have once again been widespread protests across Yemen with thousands of anti-government campaigners taking to the streets. Demonstrators who

Business

Oil higher on Libya and Saudi worries

Crude oil prices are back on the rise as Libyan rebels vowing “victory or death” reportedly battled with pro-Gadaffi forces near the major oil

Crude oil prices are back on the rise as Libyan rebels vowing “victory or death” reportedly battled with pro-Gadaffi forces near the major oil

Business

Debt costs push Eurotunnel to a loss

Eurotunnel slipped back into the red in last year. Its 57 million euro loss came as the cost of servicing its debt rose by more than a quarter. It

Eurotunnel slipped back into the red in last year. Its 57 million euro loss came as the cost of servicing its debt rose by more than a quarter. It

Business

US payrolls surge in February

US employers hired more workers in February and the jobless rate fell to a near two year low. The number of people in work increased by 192,000 –

US employers hired more workers in February and the jobless rate fell to a near two year low. The number of people in work increased by 192,000 –

Business

Hermes profit‎ jumps

It seems the rich continue to spend – luxury group goods Hermes said the year had started very well and it expected that to trend to continue. The

It seems the rich continue to spend – luxury group goods Hermes said the year had started very well and it expected that to trend to continue. The

Europe

Belgians hit the streets in row over wages

Belgium ground to a halt on Friday as trade unions held a day of protest against the introduction of austerity measures and in the debt mired

Belgium ground to a halt on Friday as trade unions held a day of protest against the introduction of austerity measures and in the debt mired

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Both sides in Libya fight for control of Brega

Fighting for the strategic Libyan town of Brega continues. The rebels are pushing back, after a second day of air attacks by pro-Gaddafi forces

Fighting for the strategic Libyan town of Brega continues. The rebels are pushing back, after a second day of air attacks by pro-Gaddafi forces

Culture

Paris fashion goes gaga for Gaga

Paris fashion week has been seeing collections by the Belgian designer Dries van Noten, America’s Zac Posen, a little magic from Manish Arora and

Paris fashion week has been seeing collections by the Belgian designer Dries van Noten, America’s Zac Posen, a little magic from Manish Arora and

Culture

Depp is lizard with a problem in Rango

Johnny Depp’s latest movie release is an animated feature that casts him as a reptile with an identity crisis. Rango is a chameleon on a quest to

Johnny Depp’s latest movie release is an animated feature that casts him as a reptile with an identity crisis. Rango is a chameleon on a quest to

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Lung cancer: 'Artificial airway' is world first

Doctors in France say they have made a breakthrough in the treatment of lung cancer. Experts in Paris have removed the diseased part of the

Doctors in France say they have made a breakthrough in the treatment of lung cancer. Experts in Paris have removed the diseased part of the

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Gaddafi's forces 'used families as human shields'

Two boys stand on top of an abandoned tank close to the sea, giving victory signs. There is bravado in Benghazi despite fears of a government

Two boys stand on top of an abandoned tank close to the sea, giving victory signs. There is bravado in Benghazi despite fears of a government

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Britain, France and US plan Libya response

With two US warships already in the Suez Canal, Washington has the military capability to respond quickly in Libya should it need to. Talks continue

With two US warships already in the Suez Canal, Washington has the military capability to respond quickly in Libya should it need to. Talks continue

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Kyrgyzstan: Revolution politics

Kyrgyzstan President Roza Otunbayeva has played a key role in two revolutions. The first was ridding the country of its then leader, President

Kyrgyzstan President Roza Otunbayeva has played a key role in two revolutions. The first was ridding the country of its then leader, President

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Cartoon makers seek funds as industry grows

Neither a fair nor a festival, the 13th international ‘Cartoon Movie’ is a forum for European cartoon producers to promote their films – and try to

Neither a fair nor a festival, the 13th international ‘Cartoon Movie’ is a forum for European cartoon producers to promote their films – and try to

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Egyptian nationals flown home from Tunisia

Egyptians flooding into Tunisia from Libya are now being airlifted back to Cairo. Many of them were staying at a UN relief agency camp, and are now

Egyptians flooding into Tunisia from Libya are now being airlifted back to Cairo. Many of them were staying at a UN relief agency camp, and are now

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Fighting in Libya's Brega

Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine guns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installation at Brega, a day

Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine guns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installation at Brega, a day

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Hundreds mourn Libyan anti-govt protesters

Hundreds of mourners paraded through the streets of the eastern Libyan city of Ajdabiya to pay their respects to five anti-government fighters killed

Hundreds of mourners paraded through the streets of the eastern Libyan city of Ajdabiya to pay their respects to five anti-government fighters killed