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    Nokia is cutting 3,500 jobs in its second major restructuring in six months. The company, which… 29/09/11 16:23 CET

  • Amazon enters the tablet fray

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  • Teaching peace

    This edition of Learning World explores teaching peace in the US, Switzerland and the Balkans… 29/09/11 15:14 CET

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  • A modern eye on Edvard Munch

    An exhibition of the works by Edvard Munch has opened in Paris before it moves to other cities in… 29/09/11 15:40 CET






  • Are FTAs killing jobs?

    Amid economic and financial crises, free trade and globalisation are dirty words to many Europeans… 29/09/11 19:25 CET

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