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Turkey pursues rebels into Iraq
Turkish troops are pursuing Kurdish rebels into northern Iraq after overnight rebel attacks in which at least 24 Turkish soldiers died.
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Greek clashes amid general strike
Greek protesters angry at the government's austerity policies clash with police, as a 48-hour general strike paralyses the country.
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Carla Bruni 'gives birth to girl'
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A 66-year-old French woman kidnapped from Kenya by Somali gunmen has died, say French officials.
Violence at UK traveller evictions
Bricks and debris are thrown at police as officers move into Dale Farm amid violent scenes to secure the illegal part of the travellers' site.
Serbs retain barricades in Kosovo
France begins Afghan withdrawals
UK MPs to vote on referendum on EU
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The Commission president has set out his plan to try and end the eurozone crisis and has criticised Slovakia's rejection of the bailout fund as 'short term politicking'.
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