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2011-04-30

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Far-right clashes with protesters in Bremen

On the eve of Germany’s May Day celebrations a group of some 200 members of the far-right NPD marched through the centre of Bremen. Some 3,000

On the eve of Germany’s May Day celebrations a group of some 200 members of the far-right NPD marched through the centre of Bremen. Some 3,000

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St Peter's fills with faithful for beatification

Tens of thousands of people streamed into St Peter’s in Rome on Saturday for the beatification of John Paul the second. Many are expected to take

Tens of thousands of people streamed into St Peter’s in Rome on Saturday for the beatification of John Paul the second. Many are expected to take

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Tanks, artillery fire on Deraa

Syrian elite troops today surrounded the old town centre of the southern city of Deraa and pounded Karak hilltop with artillery after it moved in 15

Syrian elite troops today surrounded the old town centre of the southern city of Deraa and pounded Karak hilltop with artillery after it moved in 15

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Yemen: Anti-Saleh demonstration

Anti-government protesters shout slogans during a rally to demand the ouster of Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanaa.

Anti-government protesters shout slogans during a rally to demand the ouster of Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanaa.

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Pope JPII a master communicator says aide

Pope John Paul the second’s great press while alive helped boost his beatification credentials. His second world war, divided Europe roots meant

Pope John Paul the second’s great press while alive helped boost his beatification credentials. His second world war, divided Europe roots meant

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Rebels, NATO reject Gaddafi's ceasefire offer

Libyan rebels and NATO leaders have rejected an offer from President Muammar Gaddafi to negotiate a way out of the civil war. A rebel spokesman said

Libyan rebels and NATO leaders have rejected an offer from President Muammar Gaddafi to negotiate a way out of the civil war. A rebel spokesman said

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France Football Federation member gets benched

The Technical Director of the French Football Federation has been suspended amid claims of project to implement racial quotas in youth

The Technical Director of the French Football Federation has been suspended amid claims of project to implement racial quotas in youth

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No immediate honeymoon for royal newlyweds

The newlywed Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided not to go on honeymoon straightaway. An official statement from Clarence House said Prince

The newlywed Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided not to go on honeymoon straightaway. An official statement from Clarence House said Prince

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Vatican ready to beatify John Paul II

One day before the event, preparations for the beatification of John Paul II at the Vatican were in full swing.

One day before the event, preparations for the beatification of John Paul II at the Vatican were in full swing.

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German police say suspect had "al-Qaeda" orders

At least one of the three terror suspects picked up in Germany yesterday was acting “under direct command” from al-Qaeda say police. The man

At least one of the three terror suspects picked up in Germany yesterday was acting “under direct command” from al-Qaeda say police. The man

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New US sanctions against top Syrian officials

The latest round of Syrian killings at anti-government demonstrations has spurred the United States to impose new sanctions against senior government

The latest round of Syrian killings at anti-government demonstrations has spurred the United States to impose new sanctions against senior government

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Navarro-Valls remembers Pope John Paul II

Crowds have been leaving Poland for Pope John Paul II’s beatification mass at the Vatican. Ahead of the ceremony euronews caught up with Dr Joaquín

Crowds have been leaving Poland for Pope John Paul II’s beatification mass at the Vatican. Ahead of the ceremony euronews caught up with Dr Joaquín

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Married life begins for William and Kate

Prince William and Kate have woken up to their first day as a married couple after a royal wedding that provided all the pomp and circumstance

Prince William and Kate have woken up to their first day as a married couple after a royal wedding that provided all the pomp and circumstance

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Gaddafi asks for negotiations

The Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has appeared on state television saying he was ready for a ceasefire as long as NATO stopped its aerial campaign

The Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has appeared on state television saying he was ready for a ceasefire as long as NATO stopped its aerial campaign

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Search for clues in Morocco

Moroccan investigators continue their painstaking search for clues at the restaurant in Marrakesh that was the scene of a deadly blast on

Moroccan investigators continue their painstaking search for clues at the restaurant in Marrakesh that was the scene of a deadly blast on

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Obama on "heatbreaking" tornado devastation

With the known death toll from America’s tornadoes now around 350, President Barack Obama has described the devastation as “heartbreaking”. His

With the known death toll from America’s tornadoes now around 350, President Barack Obama has described the devastation as “heartbreaking”. His

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Dozens killed in Syrian protests

At least 62 people have been killed in another day of pro-democracy demonstrations in Syria. Witnesses say soliders opened fire in a number of

At least 62 people have been killed in another day of pro-democracy demonstrations in Syria. Witnesses say soliders opened fire in a number of

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Royal newlyweds cheered by a million fans

Hundreds of thousands of expectant well-wishers lined London’s Mall on Friday to catch a glimpse of the Royal newlyweds Prince William and Kate

Hundreds of thousands of expectant well-wishers lined London’s Mall on Friday to catch a glimpse of the Royal newlyweds Prince William and Kate

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Germany detains suspected active al Qaeda cell

Authorities in Germany believe they were in ‘imminent’ danger of a terrorist attack after police arrested three suspected al Qaeda members. The men

Authorities in Germany believe they were in ‘imminent’ danger of a terrorist attack after police arrested three suspected al Qaeda members. The men