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With large-scale insurgent activity over, US and Iraqi forces are focusing their fire on selected pockets of stubborn resistance in the battered city
Parts of Europe have taken a battering in a weekend of stormy weather. There were landslides in northern Italy after heavy rains across the country
Belgium’s far-right Vlaams Blok has relaunched under a new name. The move came five days after the Flemish party lost an appeal against a court
West African states have given their backing to a proposed UN arms embargo on both sides of the conflict in Ivory Coast. Leaders of six countries
Iran has reached an agreement with the European Union during talks on the nation’s nuclear programme. Tehran has announced that is suspending uranium
A Basque nationalist party banned by the Spanish government is calling for peace talks. At a rally in San Sebastian, Batasuna leaders have put
Euro zone finance ministers are meeting in Brussels and heading the agenda is the strength of the European single currency against the dollar and the
Just about anyone who is anyone in the diamond world is in Antwerp, Belgium this week for a conference on the future of the industry.
Resistance may have largely crumbled in Falluja, but the battle is not over, as house-to-house searches, airstrikes and artillery attacks continue
Outgoing European Transport Commissioner Loyola de Palacio has been named “Woman of the Year” by the International Road Federation.
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Turkey has a “realistic” chance of being in the EU by 2015, says the Netherlands’ foreign minister Bernard Bot.
That is if the bloc’s member
Dow Jones, the company that publishes the Wall Street Journal, is buying the internet financial news provider MarketWatch.
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