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18 January 2011 Last updated at 12:41 ET
Irish premier Cowen survives vote
Irish PM Brian Cowen survives a secret confidence vote on his leadership in the economic crisis, after a key minister questions his judgment.
Golfing prime minister bunkered
Irish challenger has 'no support'
Tunisia 'took France by surprise'
The French foreign minister defends her handling of the Tunisian crisis, saying France was as surprised as anyone else.
France in a fluster over Tunisian crisis
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Polish crash plane 'not warned'
Polish experts say Russian air traffic controllers gave their president's jet poor advice before it crashed in thick fog.
French boy 'sets himself alight'
A teenage French boy is rushed to hospital after setting himself on fire at his school, officials in Marseille say.
Spain raids 'largest cocaine lab'
Spanish police say they have raided Europe's "largest and most sophisticated" cocaine lab, seizing 300kg of the drug and 2m euros in cash.
Israel in Srebrenica extradition
Galileo price rises 1.9bn euros
Spain holds 10 in anti-Eta raids
EU scolds Sweden over wolf hunt
Euro up despite rescue fund delay
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Swedish 'road trains' tests start
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