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2011-07-24

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Evans above: Cadel's courage takes Tour win

Cadel Evans stayed out of trouble in the final stage of the Tour de France to become the first Australian to win the great race. Evans displayed

Cadel Evans stayed out of trouble in the final stage of the Tour de France to become the first Australian to win the great race. Evans displayed

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Hamilton fights to victory in the German Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton produced a drive of guts and verve to win a superb Grand Prix in Germany. The McLaren man sped past Mark Weber in the Red Bull to

Lewis Hamilton produced a drive of guts and verve to win a superb Grand Prix in Germany. The McLaren man sped past Mark Weber in the Red Bull to

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Norwegian police defend their response time

The Norwegian police have defended the time it took for them to respond to initial reports of the shooting on Utoeya. No helicopter was available

The Norwegian police have defended the time it took for them to respond to initial reports of the shooting on Utoeya. No helicopter was available

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Tributes to late singer Amy Winehouse

Fans gathered outside the London home of Amy Winehouse on Sunday to pay tribute to the late British singer-songwriter. The 27-year-old died

Fans gathered outside the London home of Amy Winehouse on Sunday to pay tribute to the late British singer-songwriter. The 27-year-old died

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Norway united in mourning

A memorial service has been held in Oslo Cathedral to remember the dozens of people who died in Friday’s twin attacks. Prime Minister Jens

A memorial service has been held in Oslo Cathedral to remember the dozens of people who died in Friday’s twin attacks. Prime Minister Jens

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Norway massacre 'a despicable act'

As investigators piece together a profile of Anders Bering Breivik, the suspect from Friday’s twin attacks in Norway, their inquiries are likely to

As investigators piece together a profile of Anders Bering Breivik, the suspect from Friday’s twin attacks in Norway, their inquiries are likely to

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Norway in mourning

Flowers being layed at Oslo Cathedral on Saturday in memory of those killed in Friday’s terror attacks.

Flowers being layed at Oslo Cathedral on Saturday in memory of those killed in Friday’s terror attacks.

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Malnourished children near Somali border

As the famine in southern Somalia continues, another malnourished child arrived at the German International Cooperation hospital at a refugee camp in

As the famine in southern Somalia continues, another malnourished child arrived at the German International Cooperation hospital at a refugee camp in

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Norway tragedy: day of remembrance

Norwegians are due to hold a day of remembrance for the 92 victims of Friday’s island massacre and Oslo bomb attack. The grieving relatives of the

Norwegians are due to hold a day of remembrance for the 92 victims of Friday’s island massacre and Oslo bomb attack. The grieving relatives of the

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China train crash kills 35

Questions were being asked on Sunday about the safety of China’s fast growing high-speed rail network following a train crash that killed 35

Questions were being asked on Sunday about the safety of China’s fast growing high-speed rail network following a train crash that killed 35

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Spain's 'indignants' rally in Madrid

Several hundred Spaniards angry about the economic crisis have converged on Madrid after spending four weeks marching to the capital from their

Several hundred Spaniards angry about the economic crisis have converged on Madrid after spending four weeks marching to the capital from their

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Norway mourns massacre victims

Norway paid its respects on Saturday as it mourned the victims of a massacre that claimed as many as 98 lives. Police believe the death toll in the

Norway paid its respects on Saturday as it mourned the victims of a massacre that claimed as many as 98 lives. Police believe the death toll in the

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Norway massacre suspect 'admits attacks'

The far-right activist suspected of carrying out Friday’s terror attacks in Norway will appear in court on Monday after admitting

The far-right activist suspected of carrying out Friday’s terror attacks in Norway will appear in court on Monday after admitting

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Latvians sack parliament in referendum vote

Latvians on Saturday voted to sack their parliament in the Baltic country’s first-ever referendum since its independence from the Soviet Union two

Latvians on Saturday voted to sack their parliament in the Baltic country’s first-ever referendum since its independence from the Soviet Union two

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Obama hosts last-ditch debt talks

US President Barack Obama held emergency talks with top lawmakers on Saturday in an attempt to prevent the country from defaulting on its

US President Barack Obama held emergency talks with top lawmakers on Saturday in an attempt to prevent the country from defaulting on its

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Oslo attack sends clear message to Labour Party: analyst

Many analysts are trying to understand what drove the suspect to carry out Norway’s twin attacks. For Mariano Aguirre from the Norwegian

Many analysts are trying to understand what drove the suspect to carry out Norway’s twin attacks. For Mariano Aguirre from the Norwegian