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2011-12-11

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Unrecognised Eastern European state holds elections

The internationally unrecognised breakaway Moldovan region of Transdniestria voted for its president on Sunday. Igor Smirnov, who has ruled the

The internationally unrecognised breakaway Moldovan region of Transdniestria voted for its president on Sunday. Igor Smirnov, who has ruled the

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Thousands march for women's rights in Italy

Around 20,000 people all over Italy attended the ‘if not now, when?’ event on Sunday, organisers say. The movement calls for equality and better

Around 20,000 people all over Italy attended the ‘if not now, when?’ event on Sunday, organisers say. The movement calls for equality and better

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No Khan do in Washington

American Lamont Peterson beat Britain’s Amir Khan in a spectacular fight in Washington on Saturday night to win the WBA super-lightweight and

American Lamont Peterson beat Britain’s Amir Khan in a spectacular fight in Washington on Saturday night to win the WBA super-lightweight and

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Electoral Commission head in Russia sure of ballot

Exactly a week after an election in Russia that many are claiming was fraudulent, euronews has spoken to Chairman of the Central Election Commission

Exactly a week after an election in Russia that many are claiming was fraudulent, euronews has spoken to Chairman of the Central Election Commission

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Russia: Medvedev promises election fraud inquiry

Breaking two days of silence, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has posted on his facebook page that there will be an inquiry into election fraud

Breaking two days of silence, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has posted on his facebook page that there will be an inquiry into election fraud

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UN climate conference: did it go far enough?

Many delegates are celebrating after the UN climate change talks reached an agreement to force all the world’s biggest polluters to take action to

Many delegates are celebrating after the UN climate change talks reached an agreement to force all the world’s biggest polluters to take action to

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EU treaty veto causes rift in UK coalition

Tensions are rising within the two parties of the UK’s coalition government since Prime Minister David Cameron vetoed changes to the EU treaty on

Tensions are rising within the two parties of the UK’s coalition government since Prime Minister David Cameron vetoed changes to the EU treaty on

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Ivory Coast elects a new parliament

The coalition of President Alassane Outtara is expected to strengthen its rule in elections in Ivory coast. Around 5 million voters are due to cast

The coalition of President Alassane Outtara is expected to strengthen its rule in elections in Ivory coast. Around 5 million voters are due to cast

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Quiet after the storm - official silence after Russia protests

The day after thousands of Russians demonstrated against perceived electoral fraud during last week’s ballot, authorities seem to have no official

The day after thousands of Russians demonstrated against perceived electoral fraud during last week’s ballot, authorities seem to have no official

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Clashes between demonstrators and police in St Petersburg

Up to 10,000 protesters in Russia’s second city St. Petersburg protest parliamentary elections. Several protesters who started chanting on the street

Up to 10,000 protesters in Russia’s second city St. Petersburg protest parliamentary elections. Several protesters who started chanting on the street

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Ex-Panama leader Noriega extradicted home from France

  On his way back to face justice – Panama’s former dictator Manuel Noriega is being flown home to serve forty years in prison for murders committed

  On his way back to face justice – Panama’s former dictator Manuel Noriega is being flown home to serve forty years in prison for murders committed

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Marrakech Film Festival: Denmark's 'Out of Bounds' wins

Danish director Frederikke Aspock is in the spotlight after her film ‘Out of Bounds’ triumphed at the eleventh annual Marrakech International Film

Danish director Frederikke Aspock is in the spotlight after her film ‘Out of Bounds’ triumphed at the eleventh annual Marrakech International Film

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Noriega swaps prison in France for jail in Panama

Panama’s former dictator Manuel Noriega is returning to his home country, but could still face a prison term of 40 years.   After being grabbed from

Panama’s former dictator Manuel Noriega is returning to his home country, but could still face a prison term of 40 years.   After being grabbed from

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Deal at last at UN climate change talks

UN climate change talks have ended in Durban with agreement to force all the world’s biggest polluters to take action to slow the pace of global

UN climate change talks have ended in Durban with agreement to force all the world’s biggest polluters to take action to slow the pace of global

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Gala ceremony for Nobel science and literature laureates

Nobel laureates in science, medicine and literature have received their prizes from Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf at a gala ceremony in

Nobel laureates in science, medicine and literature have received their prizes from Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf at a gala ceremony in

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Moscow rally gives Putin a weekend wake-up call

Saturday’s demonstrations in Moscow were the biggest since the fall of the Soviet Union. The tens of thousands who took to the streets alleging

Saturday’s demonstrations in Moscow were the biggest since the fall of the Soviet Union. The tens of thousands who took to the streets alleging

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Spanish royal regret over fraud inquiry

The son-in-law of King Juan Carlos of Spain says he regrets embarrassing the royal family over a fraud investigation into his business

The son-in-law of King Juan Carlos of Spain says he regrets embarrassing the royal family over a fraud investigation into his business

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Argentina's Cristina Fernández sworn in for second term

Argentina’s President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has been sworn in for a second term, promising to continue her popular but controversial

Argentina’s President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has been sworn in for a second term, promising to continue her popular but controversial

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Unrecognised state of Transdniestria prepares for election

The Moldovan breakaway state of Transdniestria which has no international recognition is preparing for an election on Sunday. Igor Smirnov who has

The Moldovan breakaway state of Transdniestria which has no international recognition is preparing for an election on Sunday. Igor Smirnov who has