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2013-01-25

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Fatal Egyptian anniversary riots in Suez

On the second anniversary of Egypt’s uprising against Hosni Mubarak, street violence across the country turned deadly. In Cairo there were running

On the second anniversary of Egypt’s uprising against Hosni Mubarak, street violence across the country turned deadly. In Cairo there were running

Sport

Super Bowl: Friendly rivalry

The Baltimore Ravens trained on Wednesday as they continue preparations to square off against the San Francisco 49ers in the 47th edition of the

The Baltimore Ravens trained on Wednesday as they continue preparations to square off against the San Francisco 49ers in the 47th edition of the

Sport

UCI wants 'truth, reconciliation'

The International Cycling Union’s independent commission into the Lance Armstrong affair began an extraordinary meeting in central London on

The International Cycling Union’s independent commission into the Lance Armstrong affair began an extraordinary meeting in central London on

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Shell for shale: Ukraine signs major deal

Ukraine has signed a major gas exploitation deal worth a potential 7.5 billion euros with the Dutch energy giant Shell in a move away from dependence

Ukraine has signed a major gas exploitation deal worth a potential 7.5 billion euros with the Dutch energy giant Shell in a move away from dependence

Business

Davos dynamism discussed

Thousands of eminent guests, including presidents, heads of governments and CEOs have gathered in Switzerland. The founder of the World Economic

Thousands of eminent guests, including presidents, heads of governments and CEOs have gathered in Switzerland. The founder of the World Economic

Business

French jobless claims stabilise at 15-year high

The number of people out work in France rose by just 300 in December. That marks a pause after 19 straight months of bigger increases, but the

The number of people out work in France rose by just 300 in December. That marks a pause after 19 straight months of bigger increases, but the

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Lagarde: 'No collapse, no relapse, no relax in 2013'

The global economic outlook may be slightly improved, but there is still a long and uncertain road ahead. Euronews was joined on the Global

The global economic outlook may be slightly improved, but there is still a long and uncertain road ahead. Euronews was joined on the Global

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Russia's Duma leaves gay activists kissing in the wind

A controversial new plan in Russia that could punish gay couples for public shows of affection has cleared the first stage towards becoming

A controversial new plan in Russia that could punish gay couples for public shows of affection has cleared the first stage towards becoming

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Mali civilians fault own army

As French troops and reinforcements deploy in Mali, rumours about abuses committed by the country’s own army have cast a cloud over operations

As French troops and reinforcements deploy in Mali, rumours about abuses committed by the country’s own army have cast a cloud over operations

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Venezuela's Chavez plans legal action against El Pais newspaper

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is planning legal action against the Spanish newspaper El Pais for publishing a “false photo” of him on its front

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is planning legal action against the Spanish newspaper El Pais for publishing a “false photo” of him on its front

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Athens subway workers get back to work after 9 day strike

Striking Athens subway workers have been returning to work, after the Greek government threatened them with arrest if they did not get the city

Striking Athens subway workers have been returning to work, after the Greek government threatened them with arrest if they did not get the city

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Turkey allows the use of Kurdish in court

Turkey’s parliament has passed a law permitting the use of the Kurdish language in court. The move addresses a key demand of Kurdish politicians

Turkey’s parliament has passed a law permitting the use of the Kurdish language in court. The move addresses a key demand of Kurdish politicians

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Violent clashes on anniversary of Egypt uprising

Thousands of people have gathered in Tahrir square in Cairo on the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak. They are angry

Thousands of people have gathered in Tahrir square in Cairo on the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak. They are angry

Business

Still many risks for the global economy

On the third day of the World Economic Forum we look at the different economic outlooks for different parts of the world. While Europe and the

On the third day of the World Economic Forum we look at the different economic outlooks for different parts of the world. While Europe and the

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Funerals held for foreign victims of Algerian terrorist attack

Seven survivors and nine coffins bearing Japanese victims of the Algerian hostage massacre have been repatriated. A tenth body will be flown back to

Seven survivors and nine coffins bearing Japanese victims of the Algerian hostage massacre have been repatriated. A tenth body will be flown back to

Europe

No EU budget deal in sight

German MEP Martin Schulz has downplayed chances of a deal at the next EU budget talks. He said MEPs would not hesitate to use recently acquired

German MEP Martin Schulz has downplayed chances of a deal at the next EU budget talks. He said MEPs would not hesitate to use recently acquired

Europe

Europe Weekly: Cameron's EU pledge

In this week’s edition, Britain’s David Cameron vows to hold an in-out EU referendum if he is prime minister after the next general election. Dutch

In this week’s edition, Britain’s David Cameron vows to hold an in-out EU referendum if he is prime minister after the next general election. Dutch

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A new hope for the saga: JJ Abrams to direct next Star Wars episode

JJ Abrams is to direct the next Star Wars episode, US entertainment industry news sources have revealed. The story, which broke on January 24, puts

JJ Abrams is to direct the next Star Wars episode, US entertainment industry news sources have revealed. The story, which broke on January 24, puts

Business

Banks to pay back ECB crisis loans

The European Central Bank says it is about to receive repayment of more than 130 billion euros of crisis loans that it made to the region’s lenders

The European Central Bank says it is about to receive repayment of more than 130 billion euros of crisis loans that it made to the region’s lenders

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Thousands of crocodiles on the loose in South Africa

Up to 15,000 crocodiles made their bid for freedom when floods washed them into one of southern Africa’s biggest rivers, the Limpopo, in northern

Up to 15,000 crocodiles made their bid for freedom when floods washed them into one of southern Africa’s biggest rivers, the Limpopo, in northern

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Italy: Bank scandal threatening centre-left lead

With just a month before the Italian general election, the centre-left continues to head the polls despite a banking scandal that is threatening to

With just a month before the Italian general election, the centre-left continues to head the polls despite a banking scandal that is threatening to

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Davos - a new climate for change?

One message has come out clearly from Davos and that is the complexity and multitude of the challenges facing the planet. Despite the concern that

One message has come out clearly from Davos and that is the complexity and multitude of the challenges facing the planet. Despite the concern that

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Greenpeace activists block petrol pump close to Davos

Around 25 Greenpeace activists forced a temporary shutdown of a Shell petrol station near the World Economic Forum in Switzerland. Their goal was to

Around 25 Greenpeace activists forced a temporary shutdown of a Shell petrol station near the World Economic Forum in Switzerland. Their goal was to

Culture

Bollywood takes the sequel road with 'Race 2'

Bollywood superstar Saif Ali Khan is back as Ranveer Singh in ‘Race 2’, the follow-up to the 2008 hit ‘Race’ which went on to become the fourth

Bollywood superstar Saif Ali Khan is back as Ranveer Singh in ‘Race 2’, the follow-up to the 2008 hit ‘Race’ which went on to become the fourth

Culture

Teller show rounds up the last 10 years

Vivienne Westwood`s famous shock of red hair, delicately framed with traditional floral fabric is one of the more striking images in a new exhibition

Vivienne Westwood`s famous shock of red hair, delicately framed with traditional floral fabric is one of the more striking images in a new exhibition

Special_reports

Haiti: Rebuilding education

According to the UN, the earthquake in Haiti killed around 230,000 people, made a million people homeless and leveled many schools. The response to

According to the UN, the earthquake in Haiti killed around 230,000 people, made a million people homeless and leveled many schools. The response to

Business

UK economy shrinks again

Britain’s economy shrank more than expected at the end of last year. Gross domestic product was down by 0.3 percent as North Sea oil production

Britain’s economy shrank more than expected at the end of last year. Gross domestic product was down by 0.3 percent as North Sea oil production

Business

Samsung sells 700,000 smartphones a day

Samsung continues to be the high flyer in the smartphone world. It sold 63 million smartphones in the fourth quarter of last year – 700,000 a day

Samsung continues to be the high flyer in the smartphone world. It sold 63 million smartphones in the fourth quarter of last year – 700,000 a day