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  • Tunisia attack: 38 bodies identified including 30 British ones (definitive death tool)
  • Ebola: At least 2 new confirmed cases in Liberia (health authorities)
  • Europe’s future not at stake over Greek debt crisis, says German chancellor Angela Merkel
  • The Kremlin says it is scandalous Finland has refused a visa to the president of the Russian parliament (AFP)
  • British PM Cameron will decide by the end of 2015 where to build new London airport capacity, after commission backed Heathrow over Gatwick.
  • Bulgaria PM denies the country is facing a banking crisis (Reuters)
  • At least 20 soldiers are now confirmed dead after an attack in Eygpt’s Sinai peninsula, which ISIL has claimed responsibility for.
  • ISIL claims responsibility for attacks in Eygpt’s Sinai peninsula, which killed at least 10 soldiers (Reuters)
  • Greek PM Tsipras has written to accept creditors’ bailout offer, but with several conditions, reports the Financial Times.
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  • Pringles sold to Diamond Foods

    Procter & Gamble has sold its last remaining food brand – Pringles – freeing up the household… 05/04/11 20:59 CET

  • Tokyo Electric shares slump

    Shares of Tokyo Electric Power tumbled to a record low on Tuesday amid mounting investor concerns… 05/04/11 15:52 CET

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europa

  • Gates on aid drive in Europe

    Philanthropist and Microsoft founder Bill Gates has been urging the European Union and its member… 05/04/11 20:53 CET

  • Arab revolutions, Israeli fears

    What the wave of revolutions in the Mediterranean might change for Israel has been under debate… 05/04/11 17:24 CET

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