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2012-10-10

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Turkey forces Syria passenger plane to land in Ankara

Turkish fighter planes have been scrambled to intercept a Syrian passenger aircraft suspected of carrying weapons, and have forced it to land in

Turkish fighter planes have been scrambled to intercept a Syrian passenger aircraft suspected of carrying weapons, and have forced it to land in

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Circumcision in Germany stays legal

The German cabinet has approved a draft law that protects the right to circumsise young boys. The move is designed to end the uncertainty after a

The German cabinet has approved a draft law that protects the right to circumsise young boys. The move is designed to end the uncertainty after a

Europe

Criticism of Serbia and Turkey in EU enlargement report

Serbia cannot begin accession talks with the EU until it deals the its problematic relationship with Kosovo. That is the message from the European

Serbia cannot begin accession talks with the EU until it deals the its problematic relationship with Kosovo. That is the message from the European

Business

Markets give PPR a FNAC smack on the back

PPR’s decision to spin off its Fnac unit, its entertainment goods subsidiary, was welcomed by the markets on Wednesday in Paris. The French retail

PPR’s decision to spin off its Fnac unit, its entertainment goods subsidiary, was welcomed by the markets on Wednesday in Paris. The French retail

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Syria rebels try to cut army supply lines near Aleppo

Amid the battle for control of northern Syria, rebels have been trying to cut government forces’ supply lines around Aleppo. After losing the

Amid the battle for control of northern Syria, rebels have been trying to cut government forces’ supply lines around Aleppo. After losing the

Sport

Road to Brazil

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli is among six players recalled by Italy head coach Cesare Prandelli for their World Cup 2014 qualifying game

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli is among six players recalled by Italy head coach Cesare Prandelli for their World Cup 2014 qualifying game

Culture

Apartheid atrocities pictured in New York show

More than 60 years of oppression in South Africa are on display in New York in an exhibition called The Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and

More than 60 years of oppression in South Africa are on display in New York in an exhibition called The Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and

Business

EADS-BAE Systems merger crumbles

Plans to form the world’s biggest aerospace and defence company in Europe have crumbled. The makers of Airbus, EADS, and the British defence

Plans to form the world’s biggest aerospace and defence company in Europe have crumbled. The makers of Airbus, EADS, and the British defence

News

Britain faces further cutbacks

British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned voters to brace themselves for tough austerity measures. His comments came at the final day of the

British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned voters to brace themselves for tough austerity measures. His comments came at the final day of the

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Freed Pussy Riot member reunited with father

Yekaterina Samutsevitch, the Pussy Riot member who was freed, left the court to a warm welcome from supporters. The 30-year-old was reunited with

Yekaterina Samutsevitch, the Pussy Riot member who was freed, left the court to a warm welcome from supporters. The 30-year-old was reunited with

Business

IMF warns Europe on capital flight

The International Monetary Fund has warned that the flight of capital from struggling eurozone countries could shrink bank assets by trillions of

The International Monetary Fund has warned that the flight of capital from struggling eurozone countries could shrink bank assets by trillions of

Culture

Zoe Kazan on bringing Ruby Sparks to life

Ruby Sparks – the story of a young writer who creates a character who comes to life – explores reality and the power of the imagination. The film

Ruby Sparks – the story of a young writer who creates a character who comes to life – explores reality and the power of the imagination. The film

Nocomment

Clashes continue in battle for Syria

Amateur video published on a social media website purports to show Syrian rebel fighters engaging in fierce gun battles with government forces and

Amateur video published on a social media website purports to show Syrian rebel fighters engaging in fierce gun battles with government forces and

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French police find explosives in militant Islamist hunt

A cache of weapons and bomb-making equipment has been found by French police investigating suspected Islamic terrorists. The material was

A cache of weapons and bomb-making equipment has been found by French police investigating suspected Islamic terrorists. The material was

News

One Pussy Riot member freed, two jail terms upheld

A court of appeal in Moscow has confirmed two-year prison sentences for two members of the punk band Pussy Riot, but freed a third after her sentence

A court of appeal in Moscow has confirmed two-year prison sentences for two members of the punk band Pussy Riot, but freed a third after her sentence

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Turkey-Syria escalation warning

‘If Syria keeps firing at us, we will respond with more force.’ This was the message delivered to Damascus by Turkish army chief General Necdet

‘If Syria keeps firing at us, we will respond with more force.’ This was the message delivered to Damascus by Turkish army chief General Necdet

Business

Suprise tax cut for low-paid Italians

Italy’s prime minister Mario Monti is to give low-earners a cut in income tax. It is a rare boost for struggling households in the eurozone’s third

Italy’s prime minister Mario Monti is to give low-earners a cut in income tax. It is a rare boost for struggling households in the eurozone’s third

Science_technology

Mammoth skeleton found in Siberia

Scientists say that a mammoth that roamed the Siberian tundra may have been killed by an Ice Age man on a summer’s day tens of thousands of years

Scientists say that a mammoth that roamed the Siberian tundra may have been killed by an Ice Age man on a summer’s day tens of thousands of years

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Turkey threatens to use more force against Syria

Turkey will respond with even greater force if further shelling from Syria takes place. The announcement came from the country’s military chief of

Turkey will respond with even greater force if further shelling from Syria takes place. The announcement came from the country’s military chief of

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Two Americans win Nobel Prize in Chemistry

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to two Americans, Robert J. Lefkowitz of Duke University and Brian K. Kobilka of Stanford University

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to two Americans, Robert J. Lefkowitz of Duke University and Brian K. Kobilka of Stanford University

Special_reports

Cambodian woman devotes life to healing war scars

Euronews went to Battambang province to meet Davy Tith.   This former teacher and translator has devoted most of her life to the victims of Pol

Euronews went to Battambang province to meet Davy Tith.   This former teacher and translator has devoted most of her life to the victims of Pol

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Toyota recalls millions of cars over electrical fault

The world’s biggest car maker, Toyota, has issued a global recall for millions vehicles. In the worst case scenario malfunctioning electric window

The world’s biggest car maker, Toyota, has issued a global recall for millions vehicles. In the worst case scenario malfunctioning electric window

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Anti-Merkel protests turn violent in Athens

A peaceful protest of around 40,000 people turned violent when masked youths attacked a police barricade in parliament square.

A peaceful protest of around 40,000 people turned violent when masked youths attacked a police barricade in parliament square.

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Brazil's Supreme Court convicts Lula aides of corruption

Brazil’s Supreme Court has found three top aides of former President Luiz Inacio da Silva guilty of corruption. The court ruled Lula’s former chief

Brazil’s Supreme Court has found three top aides of former President Luiz Inacio da Silva guilty of corruption. The court ruled Lula’s former chief

Sport

Cole available for England

Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole will be available to play for England against San Marino on Friday after apologising to English Football Association

Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole will be available to play for England against San Marino on Friday after apologising to English Football Association