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2012-09-15

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Yalta 2012: All Ukraine Needs is Love

While global issues, chiefly the economy and innovation, were the focus of Day One of the Yalta European Strategy conference Yalta European Strategy

While global issues, chiefly the economy and innovation, were the focus of Day One of the Yalta European Strategy conference Yalta European Strategy

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Mexico saddles-up for Horseman Day

Hundreds of Mexican cowboys and cowgirls have been celebrating the country’s National Horseman Day. Although it is marked all over the country

Hundreds of Mexican cowboys and cowgirls have been celebrating the country’s National Horseman Day. Although it is marked all over the country

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Danish toy bricks build into Asian market

The Danish toy giant Lego has opened its first theme park in Asia with a launch that is part of a major initiative to transform a quiet part of

The Danish toy giant Lego has opened its first theme park in Asia with a launch that is part of a major initiative to transform a quiet part of

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Chinese protesters target Japan in island row

Thousands of Chinese protesters staged anti-Japanese demonstrations in several cities in an on-going row over a group of remote islands. The

Thousands of Chinese protesters staged anti-Japanese demonstrations in several cities in an on-going row over a group of remote islands. The

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Spanish unions demand austerity referendum

Tens of thousands of Spanish workers have converged on Madrid from all parts of the country and every profession to voice their anger at the

Tens of thousands of Spanish workers have converged on Madrid from all parts of the country and every profession to voice their anger at the

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al-Qaeda: US ambassador is vengeance for al-Libi

Al-Qaeda has said the death of its second-in-command, Abu Yahya al-Libi has been avenged by the killing of the US ambassador to Libya earlier this

Al-Qaeda has said the death of its second-in-command, Abu Yahya al-Libi has been avenged by the killing of the US ambassador to Libya earlier this

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Sydneyh: Anger at 'Prophet Mohammed' video

Hundreds of people protested violently in the centre of Sydney to protest against the film “Innocence of Muslims” that has sparked anti-US riots and

Hundreds of people protested violently in the centre of Sydney to protest against the film “Innocence of Muslims” that has sparked anti-US riots and

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'Russia without Putin'

Tens of thousands of people chanting “Russia without Putin“ marched in the streets of Moscow to protest against the government of the Russian

Tens of thousands of people chanting “Russia without Putin“ marched in the streets of Moscow to protest against the government of the Russian

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Brahimi warns of global risk from Syrian conflict

The international mediator Lakhdar Brahimi has had talks with Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad and said afterwards that the escalating conflict in

The international mediator Lakhdar Brahimi has had talks with Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad and said afterwards that the escalating conflict in

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South African police enter miners' camps

South African police used tear gas and rubber bullets when they moved into miners’ hostels in Marikana on Saturday to seize weapons. Hundreds of

South African police used tear gas and rubber bullets when they moved into miners’ hostels in Marikana on Saturday to seize weapons. Hundreds of

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Russian opposition resumes major demonstrations

Thousands of protesters are marching through the centre of Moscow in the first major demonstration against President Putin’s administration for three

Thousands of protesters are marching through the centre of Moscow in the first major demonstration against President Putin’s administration for three

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Pope calls for tolerance and peace in Lebanon

On the second day of his three-day visit to Lebanon, the first there by the head of the Catholic church since 1997, the Pope has issued a plea for

On the second day of his three-day visit to Lebanon, the first there by the head of the Catholic church since 1997, the Pope has issued a plea for

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South African police seize miner's weapons

After South African miners rejected yesterday’s offer by employer Lonmin to go back to work, on Saturday police raided hostels around the embattled

After South African miners rejected yesterday’s offer by employer Lonmin to go back to work, on Saturday police raided hostels around the embattled

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Xi Jinping returns to public eye

Quelling rumours about his health, China’s apparent leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping has visited Beijing University. He is due to take over the running

Quelling rumours about his health, China’s apparent leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping has visited Beijing University. He is due to take over the running

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More deaths as Muslim film protests go global

The revulsion in the Muslim world for a controversial film about Mohammed has now gone global, with demonstrations that began in Egypt and Libya now

The revulsion in the Muslim world for a controversial film about Mohammed has now gone global, with demonstrations that began in Egypt and Libya now

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One dead as Cairo protests enter fourth day

One protestor has died and an estimated 27 injured sources say as anti-US protests raged on the streets of Cairo for a fourth day early on

One protestor has died and an estimated 27 injured sources say as anti-US protests raged on the streets of Cairo for a fourth day early on

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Prince Harry unhurt in deadly attack on Camp Bastion

At least two U.S. Marines have been killed and several wounded officials have said in an attack on Camp Bastion in southern Afghanistan. Prince Harry

At least two U.S. Marines have been killed and several wounded officials have said in an attack on Camp Bastion in southern Afghanistan. Prince Harry

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Stop arms to Syria says Pope

The bells rung out across Beirut to welcome the Pope at the start of his three-day visit to the Lebanese capital. Heavy security ahead of the

The bells rung out across Beirut to welcome the Pope at the start of his three-day visit to the Lebanese capital. Heavy security ahead of the

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Ukraine president believes election could seal EU deal

On home ground and hosting the Yalta Yes Forum the president of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovich looked forward to sealing a strategic deal with the

On home ground and hosting the Yalta Yes Forum the president of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovich looked forward to sealing a strategic deal with the

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Day of demos due in Spain and Portugal over further budget cuts

Hundreds of thousands of Spaniards from all walks of life are to due to gather in the capital Madrid in a mass march against government austerity

Hundreds of thousands of Spaniards from all walks of life are to due to gather in the capital Madrid in a mass march against government austerity

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Czech's face booze ban after bootleg deaths

Buying booze in the Czech Republic has been banned. The new law which applies to all liquor with more than 20 percent alcohol has been brought in

Buying booze in the Czech Republic has been banned. The new law which applies to all liquor with more than 20 percent alcohol has been brought in

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Obama honors US consular staff killed in Benghazi

President Obama led tributes to Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the three others killed in an attack on the US consulate in Libya. At a

President Obama led tributes to Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the three others killed in an attack on the US consulate in Libya. At a