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Work to begin on second nuclear reactor in Iran

The first stone was laid on Saturday marking the start of the launch of the Iran-Russia Bushehr 2 project.

The first stone was laid on Saturday marking the start of the launch of the Iran-Russia Bushehr 2 project.

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Egypt touts for Japanese investment as route to economic recovery

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is hoping to secure Japanese investment projects worth around 15 billion euros on his visit to the country –

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is hoping to secure Japanese investment projects worth around 15 billion euros on his visit to the country –

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Russian foreign minister Lavrov calls for cooperation with EU

Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has told the country’s parliament that Moscow and the European Union need to resume cooperation. He also

Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has told the country’s parliament that Moscow and the European Union need to resume cooperation. He also

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Egypt and Russia sign mutual cooperation pact in Moscow

Egypt and Russia have signalled their determination to work together at a meeting in Moscow to seal new military, political and economic

Egypt and Russia have signalled their determination to work together at a meeting in Moscow to seal new military, political and economic

Culture

Networking with Rabash in Sweden

In this bonus video the Generation Y team are with Petter Joelson the CEO and web strategist of

In this bonus video the Generation Y team are with Petter Joelson the CEO and web strategist of

Culture

Co-op tool for social entrepreneurs

Creating a cooperative – that is what some young people are doing to get out of the unemployment trap. In this report from Sweden, Generation

Creating a cooperative – that is what some young people are doing to get out of the unemployment trap. In this report from Sweden, Generation

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South Korea increases ballistic missile capability

South Korea has reached an agreement with the United States to extend the range of its ballistic missiles to more that double the current

South Korea has reached an agreement with the United States to extend the range of its ballistic missiles to more that double the current

Europe

Extradition between European countries

With ISEG The question in this edition of U-talk comes from Manon in France: “I was wondering why extradition is not automatic from one European

With ISEG The question in this edition of U-talk comes from Manon in France: “I was wondering why extradition is not automatic from one European

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Russia-China relations

Russia and China have shown they’re perfectly on the same wavelength on the international scene. They have twice blocked UN Security Council

Russia and China have shown they’re perfectly on the same wavelength on the international scene. They have twice blocked UN Security Council

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Harmony between North and South Korea in Paris

Barriers have been broken with the help of music. A North Korean orchestra has joined forces with the Radio France Philharmonic for a special

Barriers have been broken with the help of music. A North Korean orchestra has joined forces with the Radio France Philharmonic for a special

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Work begins on high-speed train network in Morocco

It is the first of its kind in Africa and the Arab world. Work has begun on a new high-speed train network in Morocco. At a cost of three billion

It is the first of its kind in Africa and the Arab world. Work has begun on a new high-speed train network in Morocco. At a cost of three billion

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Europe's Afghan engagement

The foreign troop presence in Afghanistan may hit the headlines but reconstruction efforts are equally important for the country’s stability. The

The foreign troop presence in Afghanistan may hit the headlines but reconstruction efforts are equally important for the country’s stability. The

Europe

EU-Cuba improvements hinge on Havana's rights record

Cuba will have to improve its record on human rights to help normalise relations with the European Union. The 27-nation bloc’s Humanitarian Aid

Cuba will have to improve its record on human rights to help normalise relations with the European Union. The 27-nation bloc’s Humanitarian Aid

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Ecuador seeks closer ties with Moscow

Ecuador is pushing for closer cooperation with Moscow, putting Russian-Latin American relations under the spotlight. The Ecuadorean President

Ecuador is pushing for closer cooperation with Moscow, putting Russian-Latin American relations under the spotlight. The Ecuadorean President

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Spotlight on Iran-Turkey relations

Some commentators are asking whether there may be a shift underway in Turkey’s foreign policy. At a meeting in Turkey last year between the Iranian

Some commentators are asking whether there may be a shift underway in Turkey’s foreign policy. At a meeting in Turkey last year between the Iranian

Business

Tangiers builds the future at Tanger Med

Tanger Med, near Tangiers, Morocco, is the largest port in the Mediterranean.   When completed in 2014 its capacity will be eight million

Tanger Med, near Tangiers, Morocco, is the largest port in the Mediterranean.   When completed in 2014 its capacity will be eight million

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Iceland agrees UK/Dutch bank compensation

A bank compensation deal between Iceland, Britain and the Netherlands has finally been agreed. Talks on ‘Icesave’ have discussed a final agreement

A bank compensation deal between Iceland, Britain and the Netherlands has finally been agreed. Talks on ‘Icesave’ have discussed a final agreement

Europe

Slovenia-Croatia progress in border row

Slovenia says is is ready to lift its veto on neighbour Croatia’s European Union accession talks. This comes after both countries’ prime ministers

Slovenia says is is ready to lift its veto on neighbour Croatia’s European Union accession talks. This comes after both countries’ prime ministers

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NATO head arrives in Turkey on two day trip

Nato chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen has begun a two day visit to Turkey – the country which initially blocked his appointment to the military alliance’s

Nato chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen has begun a two day visit to Turkey – the country which initially blocked his appointment to the military alliance’s

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Stemming illegal migration at source

Do I stay or do I go? It’s a question young people in the Senegalese town of Podor have to ask themselves when considering their future. To prevent

Do I stay or do I go? It’s a question young people in the Senegalese town of Podor have to ask themselves when considering their future. To prevent