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    Poor sales in November meant Renault saw its shares slump on Monday in Paris. The second largest… 03/12/12 19:30 CET

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    We are in Vienna airport. Bernhard, Jakob and Bernie of the band Elektro Guzzi are returning from… 03/12/12 17:58 CET

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    Despite the absence of borders, music has a hard time travelling in Europe. That’s the result of a… 03/12/12 15:12 CET

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    One hundred per cent nature and one hundred per cent female participants, the 11th edition of the… 03/12/12 16:10 CET

  • Ligety shines in Beaver Creek

    American Ted Ligety claimed his second world cup win of the season on Sunday when he dominated the… 03/12/12 08:29 CET

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