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2011-06-25

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Turkey greatly concerned by Syrian border activity

Turkey is growing ever more concerned by Syrian troop activity close to it’s southern border. Authorities in Syria claim the military presence on

Turkey is growing ever more concerned by Syrian troop activity close to it’s southern border. Authorities in Syria claim the military presence on

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Gay Pride festivals in Europe celebrate New York ruling

The annual Gay Pride festival in Paris, France, was boosted by a ruling in New York legalising same sex marriages in the American state. It is the

The annual Gay Pride festival in Paris, France, was boosted by a ruling in New York legalising same sex marriages in the American state. It is the

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Christopher Street Day in Berlin

The Christopher Street Day (CSD) parade in Berlin is a celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender lifestyles and denounces discrimination

The Christopher Street Day (CSD) parade in Berlin is a celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender lifestyles and denounces discrimination

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President's tweet increases speculation on his health

President, Hugo Chavez of Venezuela has tweeted to his people on the anniversary of an historic battle. The message on the social networking site has

President, Hugo Chavez of Venezuela has tweeted to his people on the anniversary of an historic battle. The message on the social networking site has

Culture

Morocco : Gnaoua Music Festival in Essaouira

The Moroccan city of Essaouira is once again welcoming musicians from around the world for the Gnaoua Music Festival. A musical-melting pot, the

The Moroccan city of Essaouira is once again welcoming musicians from around the world for the Gnaoua Music Festival. A musical-melting pot, the

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Deadly clashes in Peru

In Peru violent demonstrations have claimed the lives of at least five people. It happened in the south of the country as about 1,000 protesters

In Peru violent demonstrations have claimed the lives of at least five people. It happened in the south of the country as about 1,000 protesters

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Naples: Residents set fire to rubbish

Residents of Naples set fire to rubbish overnight in protest at the government’s failure to clear a backlog of malodorous waste from the streets

Residents of Naples set fire to rubbish overnight in protest at the government’s failure to clear a backlog of malodorous waste from the streets

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UK seed supplier linked to French E.coli cases

Officials in the United Kingdom are investigating a possible link between an Ipswich based seed supplier and an E coli outbreak in France. French

Officials in the United Kingdom are investigating a possible link between an Ipswich based seed supplier and an E coli outbreak in France. French

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Anniversary of Israeli soldier's capture sparks demands

It is five years since Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit was seized by an armed Palestinian group including Hamas. It is an anniversary which is being

It is five years since Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit was seized by an armed Palestinian group including Hamas. It is an anniversary which is being

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Anti-mining clashes claim five lives in Peru

In Peru violent demonstrations have claimed the lives of at least five people. It happened in the south of the country as about a thousand protesters

In Peru violent demonstrations have claimed the lives of at least five people. It happened in the south of the country as about a thousand protesters

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At least 60 dead in Afghanistan bomb

In Afghanistan at least sixty people have been reported to have been killed in an explosion. It happened in the province of Logar south of Kabul

In Afghanistan at least sixty people have been reported to have been killed in an explosion. It happened in the province of Logar south of Kabul

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USA lawmakers send mixed message on Libya to their president

A mixed message has been delivered by the House of Representatives to President Barack Obama after back to back votes on the USA’s involvement in

A mixed message has been delivered by the House of Representatives to President Barack Obama after back to back votes on the USA’s involvement in

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Syrian violence blamed on 'armed gangs'

Syrian state television is blaming the deaths of fifteen protesters on armed gangs – after eyewitnesses claimed they were shot by security

Syrian state television is blaming the deaths of fifteen protesters on armed gangs – after eyewitnesses claimed they were shot by security

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Parliamentary numbers game may change Turkish constitution

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is closer to being able to implement a new constitution. A member of the Kurdish BDP party has lost his

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is closer to being able to implement a new constitution. A member of the Kurdish BDP party has lost his

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US Congress delivers mixed results on Libya

Victories and losses for President Obama’s involvement in Libya – though overall, it was good news from Congress. At first, the House of

Victories and losses for President Obama’s involvement in Libya – though overall, it was good news from Congress. At first, the House of

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Colombo actor Peter Falk dies

The actor Peter Falk has died aged 83. He was born in New York to a Polish father and Russian mother, and by the time he found the role that would

The actor Peter Falk has died aged 83. He was born in New York to a Polish father and Russian mother, and by the time he found the role that would

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No deal over Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenia and Azerbaijan have failed to reach an agreement on the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabkh. Talks held in Kazan in Russia and hosted by

Armenia and Azerbaijan have failed to reach an agreement on the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabkh. Talks held in Kazan in Russia and hosted by

Europe

EU Summit spells the end of Schengen?

The EU summit has concluded with leaders agreeing to tighten migration controls including a potential rollback of the Schengen accord, reintroducing

The EU summit has concluded with leaders agreeing to tighten migration controls including a potential rollback of the Schengen accord, reintroducing

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Case closed for Colombo

The actor Peter Falk has died aged 83. He was born in New York to a Polish father and Russian mother, and by the time he found the role that would

The actor Peter Falk has died aged 83. He was born in New York to a Polish father and Russian mother, and by the time he found the role that would

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Automatic deportation for foreign criminals in Denmark

In the future, foreign nationals who are convicted of a crime and sent to prison in Denmark will be automatically deported on their release. The

In the future, foreign nationals who are convicted of a crime and sent to prison in Denmark will be automatically deported on their release. The