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2012-11-09

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Anti-Putin protestor jailed

An anti-Putin protestor has been jailed for 4 1/2 years. Maxim Luzyanin pleaded guilty to attacking riot police during an opposition rally in Moscow

An anti-Putin protestor has been jailed for 4 1/2 years. Maxim Luzyanin pleaded guilty to attacking riot police during an opposition rally in Moscow

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US Marine Commandos disciplined over videogame

Seven members of the US Navy Seal team have been disciplined for revealing classified material while helping produce a video game. The game called

Seven members of the US Navy Seal team have been disciplined for revealing classified material while helping produce a video game. The game called

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HSBC investigates loss of client data

Europe’s largest bank HSBC is looking into an alleged loss of data after a list of more than 4 thousand British clients was handed to tax authorities

Europe’s largest bank HSBC is looking into an alleged loss of data after a list of more than 4 thousand British clients was handed to tax authorities

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Obama invites congressional leaders for "fiscal cliff" talks

Barack Obama has invited congressional leaders for talks over the looming budget crisis and stressed he’s open to compromise. The US President says

Barack Obama has invited congressional leaders for talks over the looming budget crisis and stressed he’s open to compromise. The US President says

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'Film and cameras are weapons' - Iranian director Bahman Ghobadi

Euronews reporter Wolfgang Spindler spoke to the exiled Iranian filmmaker of Kurdish ethnicity Bahman Ghobadi. The director speaks about making

Euronews reporter Wolfgang Spindler spoke to the exiled Iranian filmmaker of Kurdish ethnicity Bahman Ghobadi. The director speaks about making

Business

Greece hopes for tourists

We may be in the midst of a economic crisis, but people are still going to take holidays – aren’t they? That’s the hope of participants at the

We may be in the midst of a economic crisis, but people are still going to take holidays – aren’t they? That’s the hope of participants at the

Business

Heading for the cliff - what it means

President Obama and the Republicans in the US Congress both believe the US tax system is broken, but differ vastly on how to fix it. Hopefully

President Obama and the Republicans in the US Congress both believe the US tax system is broken, but differ vastly on how to fix it. Hopefully

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'Syria not in civil war' - Assad

Another building in Damascus goes up in smoke, this one a mosque. The pro- and anti-government forces fighting in Syria still appear far from

Another building in Damascus goes up in smoke, this one a mosque. The pro- and anti-government forces fighting in Syria still appear far from

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Japan land of rising solar power

Japan is still adrift in a sea of nuclear worry, and considering alternatives for its future. All the country’s reactors are still shut down, except

Japan is still adrift in a sea of nuclear worry, and considering alternatives for its future. All the country’s reactors are still shut down, except

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Thousands flee Syria as violence worsens

As many as 11,000 Syrians have fled the violence in their country in the last 24 hours. Fresh clashes broke out in the al-Hasakah province in the

As many as 11,000 Syrians have fled the violence in their country in the last 24 hours. Fresh clashes broke out in the al-Hasakah province in the

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Iberia to axe 4,500 jobs in "fight for survival"

Spanish airline, Iberia, has defended its decision to cut some 4,500 jobs as being essential for its survival.   The firm’s parent company

Spanish airline, Iberia, has defended its decision to cut some 4,500 jobs as being essential for its survival.   The firm’s parent company

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Covering Obama's re-election - the story of a lifetime

Euronews’ US correspondent, Stefan Grobe, covered the US election night in Obama’s headquarters in Chicago. Here is personal account of what it meant

Euronews’ US correspondent, Stefan Grobe, covered the US election night in Obama’s headquarters in Chicago. Here is personal account of what it meant

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US election - a view from the Romney camp

Euronews’ European Affairs Correspondent, Paul Hackett, travelled across the US and covered election night in Republican presidential challenger Mitt

Euronews’ European Affairs Correspondent, Paul Hackett, travelled across the US and covered election night in Republican presidential challenger Mitt

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"WISE" winners & altruistic innovators

More than a thousand education decision-makers will attend the WISE World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha between the 13th-15h November. The

More than a thousand education decision-makers will attend the WISE World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha between the 13th-15h November. The

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Suicides highlight crisis over Spain mass evictions

The number of evictions in crisis-hit Spain is turning into a national scandal, as a second homeowner committed suicide on the day a foreclosure

The number of evictions in crisis-hit Spain is turning into a national scandal, as a second homeowner committed suicide on the day a foreclosure

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Challenges ahead for China's new President

In Beijing’s Great Hall of the People, the second day of China’s week-long National Congress got under way under heavy guard. New figures show that

In Beijing’s Great Hall of the People, the second day of China’s week-long National Congress got under way under heavy guard. New figures show that

Culture

Ang Lee directs "Life Of Pi"

Director Ang Lee’s latest project was possibly his most ambitious yet; translating Yann Martel’s best-selling novel The Life of Pi onto the silver

Director Ang Lee’s latest project was possibly his most ambitious yet; translating Yann Martel’s best-selling novel The Life of Pi onto the silver

Culture

All eyes on "Fashion Rio"

One of the main attractions on the opening day of the 22nd edition of Fashion Rio was Brazilian designer Alexandre Herchcovitch’s 2013 winter

One of the main attractions on the opening day of the 22nd edition of Fashion Rio was Brazilian designer Alexandre Herchcovitch’s 2013 winter

Culture

Mozart's piano played in Vienna

A special concert was performed recently on a fortepiano that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played almost every day for nearly a decade. Russian pianist

A special concert was performed recently on a fortepiano that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played almost every day for nearly a decade. Russian pianist

Business

Four more years for the US economy

Barack Obama has won a second term in the White House as the US economy appears in better shape than it was four years ago, but he now faces

Barack Obama has won a second term in the White House as the US economy appears in better shape than it was four years ago, but he now faces

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Barack Obama in tears while thanking volunteers

A video of the US president released on Thursday shows him wiping away tears as he thanks staff and volunteers for their hard work during the

A video of the US president released on Thursday shows him wiping away tears as he thanks staff and volunteers for their hard work during the

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Ex-oil executive Welby named as new Archbishop of Canterbury

Bishop of Durham Justin Welby will be the new Archbishop of Canterbury, heading up the Church of England. He will try to unite a Church divided

Bishop of Durham Justin Welby will be the new Archbishop of Canterbury, heading up the Church of England. He will try to unite a Church divided

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UK to end financial aid to India

The British government is to stop giving financial aid to India from 2015. International Development Secretary, Justine Greening, made the

The British government is to stop giving financial aid to India from 2015. International Development Secretary, Justine Greening, made the

Business

French central bank sees recession this year

The central bank in Paris has said that it expects France’s economy to slip into recession as this year ends. That would make it harder for the

The central bank in Paris has said that it expects France’s economy to slip into recession as this year ends. That would make it harder for the

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Chinese bounce back?

China’s economy is showing signs of recovery from its slowest growth in three years. In October spending on infrastructure accelerated while output

China’s economy is showing signs of recovery from its slowest growth in three years. In October spending on infrastructure accelerated while output

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Assad: "I will live and die in Syria"

President Assad has told Russian TV that any Western intervention would have catastrophic worldwide consequences, and said he would “live and die” in

President Assad has told Russian TV that any Western intervention would have catastrophic worldwide consequences, and said he would “live and die” in

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Spanish financial crisis claims another victim

This morning in Barakaldo, on the outskirts of Bilbao, a 53-year-old woman threw herself from the balcony of her fourth floor apartment. The

This morning in Barakaldo, on the outskirts of Bilbao, a 53-year-old woman threw herself from the balcony of her fourth floor apartment. The

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Putin appoints new head of Russia's armed forces

General Valery Gerasimov has been named the new head of Russia’s armed forces, as President Vladimir Putin continues his shake-up of the military

General Valery Gerasimov has been named the new head of Russia’s armed forces, as President Vladimir Putin continues his shake-up of the military