Ten-month-old baby rescued from sea off Turkey
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Ten-month-old baby rescued from sea off Turkey

In Turkey, a ten-month-old baby has been rescued after drifting a kilometre out to sea…

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Armenians protest against electricity price rise
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Armenians protest against electricity price rise

Anger continues to spread across Armenia against plans to raise energy prices. Russia has cautioned…

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Solar Impulse completes record flight across Pacific
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Solar Impulse completes record flight across Pacific

A solar powered plane has successfully completed a record-breaking five-day nonstop solo flight across the…

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New reports of US spying on German government officials
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New reports of US spying on German government officials

German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said that new allegations of US spying on senior German…

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Thousands gather for rival rallies in Greek capital
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Thousands gather for rival rallies in Greek capital

Thousands of people have gathered in the Greek capital in a massive show of solidarity…

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UK observes minute’s silence for 30 Britons killed in Tunisia terror attack
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UK observes minute’s silence for 30 Britons killed in Tunisia terror attack

Post-referendum Greece will change ‘dramatically’
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Post-referendum Greece will change ‘dramatically’

Ahead of the referendum in Greece this Sunday, tensions have been building between the camp…

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Italian police find fake euros worth millions
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Italian police find fake euros worth millions

Police in the southern Italian city of Naples have uncovered a factory used for making…

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WikiLeaks: France says ‘Non’ to Assange asylum request
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WikiLeaks: France says ‘Non’ to Assange asylum request

An asylum plea from Julian Assange has been rejected by France. “My life is in…

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Half of Greek bailout money already ‘lost’, says top Belgian economist
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Half of Greek bailout money already ‘lost’, says top Belgian economist

Audrey Tilve, euronews: Paul De Grauwe, you teach at the London School of the Economics…

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