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2012-06-24

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Egypt: Islamist joy as Morsy is elected president

Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square erupted in joy on hearing that Mohamed Morsy – a man once imprisoned under former dictator

Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square erupted in joy on hearing that Mohamed Morsy – a man once imprisoned under former dictator

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What now for Egypt after Morsy's presidential win?

To assess the impact of Islamist Mohamed Morsy becoming Egypt’s first freely-elected president, euronews spoke to its correspondent in Cairo, Riadh

To assess the impact of Islamist Mohamed Morsy becoming Egypt’s first freely-elected president, euronews spoke to its correspondent in Cairo, Riadh

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China makes 'decisive step' to 2020 space station

China has gone one small step closer to realising its goal of building a space station by 2020, by successfully completing a manual docking in

China has gone one small step closer to realising its goal of building a space station by 2020, by successfully completing a manual docking in

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Tunisia extradites Gaddafi's former PM to Libya

The last prime minister to serve under former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has been extradited from Tunisia, following a request by Libyan

The last prime minister to serve under former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has been extradited from Tunisia, following a request by Libyan

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Spain 2 - 0 France: How it happened

Spain once again came through a potentially tricky tie at Euro 2012 without hitting top gear. Starting with no strikers Spain relied on their pacey

Spain once again came through a potentially tricky tie at Euro 2012 without hitting top gear. Starting with no strikers Spain relied on their pacey

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NATO meeting on Turkey-Syria jet shooting set for Tuesday

NATO will discuss Syria’s shooting down of a Turkish jet on Tuesday, shining an even brighter spotlight on Damascus as the violence in Syria

NATO will discuss Syria’s shooting down of a Turkish jet on Tuesday, shining an even brighter spotlight on Damascus as the violence in Syria

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Morsy Egyptians' new hope

Mohamed Morsy’s strength, many said, was not charisma. He benefited from Egypt’s strong Muslim Brotherhood, as a key figure among those leading

Mohamed Morsy’s strength, many said, was not charisma. He benefited from Egypt’s strong Muslim Brotherhood, as a key figure among those leading

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New Greek PM too unwell to attend EU summit

Greece’s new Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras is not well enough to travel to a critical EU summit, following an eye operation. The Prime Minister

Greece’s new Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras is not well enough to travel to a critical EU summit, following an eye operation. The Prime Minister

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Morsy named Egyptian President

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is the new President of Egypt.   A week after the run-off election the results have finally been released

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is the new President of Egypt.   A week after the run-off election the results have finally been released

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Israel: Protesters smash bank windows and block roads

Hundreds of people clashed with police in Israel overnight, demonstrating against the arrest of a protest leader who said she was injured while being

Hundreds of people clashed with police in Israel overnight, demonstrating against the arrest of a protest leader who said she was injured while being

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Turkey to consult NATO allies after Syria jet incident

Turkey’s foreign minister says a jet shot down by Syria was in international airspace. The aircraft was on a training flight testing Turkey’s

Turkey’s foreign minister says a jet shot down by Syria was in international airspace. The aircraft was on a training flight testing Turkey’s

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Berlin Gay Parade

During the 33rd annual Gay Parade in Berlin thousands of people marched from Kurfürstendamm to Brandenburger Tor.

During the 33rd annual Gay Parade in Berlin thousands of people marched from Kurfürstendamm to Brandenburger Tor.

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Mud mayhem at Isle of Wight Festival

Severe weather conditions across large areas of the UK have led to widespread flooding in many regions, but music fans attending the Isle of Wight

Severe weather conditions across large areas of the UK have led to widespread flooding in many regions, but music fans attending the Isle of Wight

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Egypt: Countdown to long-awaited presidential result

With the announcement of the winner of Egypt’s presidential election due to be made on Sunday, supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed

With the announcement of the winner of Egypt’s presidential election due to be made on Sunday, supporters of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed

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EURO 2012: Spain beat France to reach semi-finals

Spain kept themselves on track to retain their European title on Saturday when Xabi Alonso scored twice to help the holders to a 2-0 quarter-final

Spain kept themselves on track to retain their European title on Saturday when Xabi Alonso scored twice to help the holders to a 2-0 quarter-final

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New Paraguay president prompts diplomatic pressure

Argentina has withdrawn its ambassador to Paraguay in response to Paraguay’s president being removed from office on Friday. Citing a ‘rupture of

Argentina has withdrawn its ambassador to Paraguay in response to Paraguay’s president being removed from office on Friday. Citing a ‘rupture of

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Homes destroyed as wildfires rage in western US

Wildfires stoked by high winds have destroyed homes and forced the evacuation of thousands of people in the western United States. In Colorado fire

Wildfires stoked by high winds have destroyed homes and forced the evacuation of thousands of people in the western United States. In Colorado fire

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Alerts for southwest England after floods hit north

Flood alerts have been issued for southwest England as bad weather continues to sweep the country. A month’s worth of rain in 24 hours caused

Flood alerts have been issued for southwest England as bad weather continues to sweep the country. A month’s worth of rain in 24 hours caused

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Divided Egypt braces itself for new president

Egyptians should finally find out on Sunday who will be their first new president in the post-Mubarak era, a week after the run-off election. In

Egyptians should finally find out on Sunday who will be their first new president in the post-Mubarak era, a week after the run-off election. In

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"We'll win Euro2012," say Spain fans after beating France

They had not come to Ukraine to go unnoticed. An exuberant group of Spanish supporters, dressed as matadors, danced and jigged outside the Dombass

They had not come to Ukraine to go unnoticed. An exuberant group of Spanish supporters, dressed as matadors, danced and jigged outside the Dombass

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Iranian opposition hold rally in Paris

Tens of thousands of Iranians gathered on the outskirts of Paris for a meeting of the opposition movement, the National Council of Resistance of

Tens of thousands of Iranians gathered on the outskirts of Paris for a meeting of the opposition movement, the National Council of Resistance of

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UN says 1.5m need humanitarian aid in Syria

The United Nations has said that over one and a half million people are in need of humanitarian aid in Syria – 500,00 more than previously

The United Nations has said that over one and a half million people are in need of humanitarian aid in Syria – 500,00 more than previously