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Street protests resume in Athens
Thousands march on Greece's parliament on the second day of a general strike as MPs prepare to take a final vote on tough austerity measures.
Hewitt: Mood hardens in Athens
Protests continue into night
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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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'European GPS' lift-off delayed
The launch of the first satellites for Galileo - Europe's version of GPS - is delayed because of an anomaly detected during the fuelling of their Soyuz rocket.
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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.
Market nerves over euro strategy
World stock markets fall on fears that eurozone leaders are divided over how to tackle the region's debt crisis.
French woman held in Somalia dies
Violence at UK traveller evictions
Serbs retain barricades in Kosovo
Irish boy band Westlife to split 'amicably'
France begins Afghan withdrawals
UK MPs to vote on referendum on EU
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The world's biggest food group, Nestle, raises its sales growth outlook for 2011 after a better-than-expected performance in the first nine months.
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France develop 'siege mentality'
Morgan Parra says it is "France against the world" before Sunday's World Cup final versus New Zealand.
Four GB boxers reach Euro semis
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Barroso sets out recovery 'roadmap'
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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