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Greece MPs back austerity plans
The Greek parliament gives initial backing to the latest austerity bill as police and protesters clash in Athens.
Hewitt: Mood hardens in Athens
Protests continue into night
Ohio police hunt escaped animals
Police shoot and kill dozens of dangerous animals on the loose in rural Ohio after their zoo cages were left open and their owner found dead.
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Carla Bruni 'gives birth to girl'
Carla Bruni, wife of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, gives birth to a girl in a Paris clinic where crowds of well-wishers have gathered, reports say.
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Pakistan army chief warns US
Pakistan's army chief Ashfaq Kayani warns the US that it will have to think "10 times" before taking any unilateral action in North Waziristan.
New clashes at Chile mass protest
Demonstrators in Chile clash with police in the capital, Santiago, on the second day of the latest mass protests to demand free public education.
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'Broadband giant' heads skyward
Viking boat burial find 'a first'
French woman held in Somalia dies
Israeli anger over Shalit interview
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