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2011-11-26

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Anti nuclear demonstrators protest in northern Germany

In northern Germany demonstrators have been trying to halt the progress of a train carrying nuclear waste. Police have been forced to clear the

In northern Germany demonstrators have been trying to halt the progress of a train carrying nuclear waste. Police have been forced to clear the

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Moderate Islamist party heading for win in Morocco elections

In Morocco, Abdelilah Benkirane the leader of the moderate Islamist Justice and Development Party- the PJD – is set to lead the new government. He

In Morocco, Abdelilah Benkirane the leader of the moderate Islamist Justice and Development Party- the PJD – is set to lead the new government. He

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South Korea clashes with police

More than two thousand South Korean protesters clashed with police on Saturday evening in Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul. Demonstrators were

More than two thousand South Korean protesters clashed with police on Saturday evening in Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul. Demonstrators were

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NATO says it is 'highly likely' it killed Pakistani troops

NATO has admitted it is “highly likely” its aircraft killed Pakistani soldiers in a raid that left up to 28 of them dead. The troops were said to

NATO has admitted it is “highly likely” its aircraft killed Pakistani soldiers in a raid that left up to 28 of them dead. The troops were said to

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Morocco poised for coalition government

As counting draws to a close in Morocco’s parliamentary election, the moderate Islamist PJD party looks set to be the biggest in parliament, Interior

As counting draws to a close in Morocco’s parliamentary election, the moderate Islamist PJD party looks set to be the biggest in parliament, Interior

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New Zealand's John Key re-elected in landslide

John Key will remain New Zealand’s prime minister after a landslide election win.   But his centre-right National Party just failed to win the

John Key will remain New Zealand’s prime minister after a landslide election win.   But his centre-right National Party just failed to win the

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Was DSK set up in New York sex case?

Could Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s downfall be the result of a plot to derail his French presidential ambitions? An investigative report by a

Could Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s downfall be the result of a plot to derail his French presidential ambitions? An investigative report by a

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Belgium budget clears way for new government

In Belgium, the political stalemate is set to end with Elio di Rupo likely to become the next prime minister after the King asked the French speaking

In Belgium, the political stalemate is set to end with Elio di Rupo likely to become the next prime minister after the King asked the French speaking

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United Kingdom- Attempted robbery

A CCTV video released by Metropolitan police shows a British shopkeeper fending off an attack by a knife-wielding robber who held the blade to his

A CCTV video released by Metropolitan police shows a British shopkeeper fending off an attack by a knife-wielding robber who held the blade to his

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NBA poised for Christmas Day return

America’s NBA basketball season is set to start on Christmas Day after the league and players reached what has been described as a ‘tentative

America’s NBA basketball season is set to start on Christmas Day after the league and players reached what has been described as a ‘tentative

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Life on Mars

Space agency NASA is launching a nuclear-powered probe on a nine-month journey to Mars in a bid to learn if there is or ever was life on the

Space agency NASA is launching a nuclear-powered probe on a nine-month journey to Mars in a bid to learn if there is or ever was life on the

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Gold bullion returns to Venezuela

A first shipment of gold bars has arrived in Venezuela after President Hugo Chavez recalled almost all of the country’s foreign bullion reserves from

A first shipment of gold bars has arrived in Venezuela after President Hugo Chavez recalled almost all of the country’s foreign bullion reserves from

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Egypt clashes

At least one person is reported killed and three injured as Egyptian security forces attempt to disperse Cairo protesters.

At least one person is reported killed and three injured as Egyptian security forces attempt to disperse Cairo protesters.

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Pakistan halts NATO supplies after 'deadly airstrike'

Pakistan has protested ‘in the strongest terms’ amid claims that NATO killed at least 26 of the country’s soldiers today in a cross-border helicopter

Pakistan has protested ‘in the strongest terms’ amid claims that NATO killed at least 26 of the country’s soldiers today in a cross-border helicopter

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One dead in latest Cairo clashes, say reports

Renewed clashes between police and protesters in Cairo have reportedly left at least one person dead. Trouble flared not in Tahrir Square but near

Renewed clashes between police and protesters in Cairo have reportedly left at least one person dead. Trouble flared not in Tahrir Square but near

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New Zealand government eyes landslide as polls close

New Zealand’s prime minister looks to be heading back into government with a landslide win after voting closed in the country’s general

New Zealand’s prime minister looks to be heading back into government with a landslide win after voting closed in the country’s general

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NATO raid kills up to 25 Pakistani troops say officials

NATO has killed up to 25 Pakistani soldiers, according to military officials in the country, in a cross-border helicopter raid from

NATO has killed up to 25 Pakistani soldiers, according to military officials in the country, in a cross-border helicopter raid from

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German police and protesters clash over 'nuclear train'

Anti-nuclear protesters in Germany have been continuing their attempts to disrupt the journey of a train carrying radioactive waste. Police in riot

Anti-nuclear protesters in Germany have been continuing their attempts to disrupt the journey of a train carrying radioactive waste. Police in riot

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Moderate Islamist party claims victory in Morocco

The result of Morocco’s general election will not be officially known until early Saturday evening but already the Justice and Development party is

The result of Morocco’s general election will not be officially known until early Saturday evening but already the Justice and Development party is

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Egypt divided as protests continue

Violent clashes broke out in the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria on Friday night as protests continued there and in the capital, Cairo. The

Violent clashes broke out in the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria on Friday night as protests continued there and in the capital, Cairo. The

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Russia agress cut-price gas deal with Belarus

Russia has agreed to sell discount gas to Belarus for a price 60 per cent below what European countries pay. Minsk will pay 164 dollars per cubic

Russia has agreed to sell discount gas to Belarus for a price 60 per cent below what European countries pay. Minsk will pay 164 dollars per cubic

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One killed and four kidnapped in Timbuktu

A group of armed kidnappers has seized three people and killed a fourth in northern Mali. Reports say a German man was shot dead while the hostages

A group of armed kidnappers has seized three people and killed a fourth in northern Mali. Reports say a German man was shot dead while the hostages