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Cameron defends EU veto decision
David Cameron says he negotiated "in good faith" at the EU summit as he explains his actions in a statement to MPs - although Deputy PM Nick Clegg decides not take his seat alongside the PM.
Cameron statement on EU treaty
Cameron heckled over Clegg absence
Sarkozy: There are two Europes
Hewitt: Opportunity for UK
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Peston: Big business deeply troubled
Billionaire to run against Putin
Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov says he will challenge Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in next March's presidential election.
Russia's Putin under pressure
Russian protests biggest in years
Sarkozy: Now clearly two Europes
French President Nicolas Sarkozy says there are now clearly two Europes following last week's summit in which the UK vetoed EU treaty changes.
Three EU states undecided on deal
Panic fuels Latvian run on bank
More than 10,000 Latvians withdraw deposits from Swedish-owned Swedbank after rumours the firm is in financial difficulty.
Villepin to stand for president
French former prime minister and centre-right politician Dominique de Villepin announces he will stand for president in the 2012 election.
Medvedev election post draws ire
'Bad decisions' caused RBS bank woes
France's Areva to 'make big loss'
Golfer seals US & European double
UK MP sorry for 'Nazi' guest photos
German ministers seek NPD ban
Rottweilers maul woman to death
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Amir Khan loses his WBA and IBF light-welterweight titles after suffering a shock split-decision defeat against Lamont Peterson in Washington.
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