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France: Le Pen aide charged in party financing probe

A close aide to French Front National leader Marine Le Pen has been charged amid an inquiry into the party’s financing.

A close aide to French Front National leader Marine Le Pen has been charged amid an inquiry into the party’s financing.

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Turkey's PM seeks backing for 'stability' in April vote

Turkey’s prime minister has called on voters to back a change to the constitution ahead of a referendum in April that would greatly strengthen President’s Erdogan’s…

Turkey’s prime minister has called on voters to back a change to the constitution ahead of a referendum in April that would greatly strengthen President’s Erdogan’s…

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Paris: Cesar Awards honour best in film

It was a night to remember at the Cesar Awards in Paris for Dutch director Paul Verhoeven.

It was a night to remember at the Cesar Awards in Paris for Dutch director Paul Verhoeven.

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ERASMUS at 30: what next?

The ERASMUS programme celebrates its 30th birthday this year.

The ERASMUS programme celebrates its 30th birthday this year.

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Investigation into French presidential candidate Francois Fillon steps up a gear

The investigation into French presidential candidate Francois Fillon steps up a gear as prosecutors appoint a magistrate to investigate allegations of payment for bogus jobs.

The investigation into French presidential candidate Francois Fillon steps up a gear as prosecutors appoint a magistrate to investigate allegations of payment for bogus jobs.

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Hopes and hurdles for Cyprus reunification

It is believed to be Aphrodite’s birthplace, yet Cyprus’ modern history has not been one marked by love – rather by a great deal of violence that ended with the island’s division between a Turkish nor

It is believed to be Aphrodite’s birthplace, yet Cyprus’ modern history has not been one marked by love – rather by a great deal of violence that ended with the island’s division between a Turkish nor

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Russia honours fallen diplomat Vitaly Churkin

Russia's late ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin, has been honoured in Moscow at a memorial service.

Russia's late ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin, has been honoured in Moscow at a memorial service.

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What do we know about Francois Fillon's policies?

Francois Fillon remains a serious contender for the Elysee despite being hit by a financial scandal. What do we know about the conservative candidate's politics, his policies and his vision?

Francois Fillon remains a serious contender for the Elysee despite being hit by a financial scandal. What do we know about the conservative candidate's politics, his policies and his vision?

Sport

Alpine skiing: Kline celebrates maiden win in Kvitfjell downhill

Slovenia’s Bostjan Kline claimed the first World Cup victory of his career on Friday when he triumphed in a men’s downhill race in Kvitfjell, Norway – a replacement race for the cancelled Lake Louise

Slovenia’s Bostjan Kline claimed the first World Cup victory of his career on Friday when he triumphed in a men’s downhill race in Kvitfjell, Norway – a replacement race for the cancelled Lake Louise

Business

Meet central Europe's hi-tech world-beater, South Moravia

There's a new Hi-Tech gang in town making a global name for themselves, busting out of South Moravia in the Czech Republic on a wave of entreprenurial savvy and smart support.

There's a new Hi-Tech gang in town making a global name for themselves, busting out of South Moravia in the Czech Republic on a wave of entreprenurial savvy and smart support.

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PSA Peugeot Citroen boss reassures over future of Vauxhall plants

PSA Peugeot Citroen head Carlos Tavares has reassured politicians and union leaders in the UK about GM's Europe's Vauxhall plants re takeover plans.

PSA Peugeot Citroen head Carlos Tavares has reassured politicians and union leaders in the UK about GM's Europe's Vauxhall plants re takeover plans.

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Royal Bank of Scotland makes a loss for ninth straight year

Royal Bank of Scotland - the subject of the world's biggest bank rescue - has announced losses of 6.96 billion pounds (8.2 billion euros) for 2016.

Royal Bank of Scotland - the subject of the world's biggest bank rescue - has announced losses of 6.96 billion pounds (8.2 billion euros) for 2016.

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British Airways owner IAG sees profits rise

International Airlines Group - owner of British Airways, Iberia and Aer Lingus - reports higher annual profits from cost-cutting and cheaper fuel.

International Airlines Group - owner of British Airways, Iberia and Aer Lingus - reports higher annual profits from cost-cutting and cheaper fuel.

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The economic benefits of a reunified Cyprus

Sophie Claudet, Euronews:Is the business community in and outside Cyprus preparing and pushing for a peace deal?

Sophie Claudet, Euronews:Is the business community in and outside Cyprus preparing and pushing for a peace deal?

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France: has alliance boosted Macron's presidential chances?

Independent French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron appears to be getting a boost amid his new alliance with influential centrist Francois Bayrou.

Independent French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron appears to be getting a boost amid his new alliance with influential centrist Francois Bayrou.

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Geneva peace talks: looking for a way out of Syrian war

Opposing sides in the Syrian war have come face to face in UN peace talks for the first time in three years, as a way out of the deadly conflict remains elusive.

Opposing sides in the Syrian war have come face to face in UN peace talks for the first time in three years, as a way out of the deadly conflict remains elusive.

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Transport strike causes traffic chaos in Athens

Transport workers in Athens have taken part in the first of three 24-hour strikes to object to legislation that would allow the transport organisation to make commercial use of…

Transport workers in Athens have taken part in the first of three 24-hour strikes to object to legislation that would allow the transport organisation to make commercial use of…

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Flybe technical issues: one flight evacuated, another turns back

A Flybe flight carrying 59 passengers from Edinburgh to Amsterdam Schiphol has had to be evacuated after a landing gear reportedly failed to deploy.

A Flybe flight carrying 59 passengers from Edinburgh to Amsterdam Schiphol has had to be evacuated after a landing gear reportedly failed to deploy.