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A report into the role of German diplomats under the Nazis is presented in Berlin
BA chief says airport security checks "kowtow" to the US. Airlines back him
French Senators approve the controversial pension reform bill
Protests against a proposed new rubbish dump in Naples turn violent.
The Polish Parliament debates IVF. The Catholic Church says it is eugenics.
Sarkozy promises no mercy for protesters as unions call for more strike action.
Half a million jobs to go in Britain in the biggest spending cuts since World War Two.
France on strike again - is it about the retirement age or anger with the government?
Disruption escalates in France, as petrol stations run out of fuel.
Britain's Foreign Secretary defends plans to cut defence spending after US criticism.
Violence at a football match in Genoa prompts political tension between Serbia and Italy.
We're live in Chile as the miners are released. The world is watching.
Over one million people in France protest against plans to increase the pension age.
A Greek policeman is convicted of murdering a boy during riots in Athens 2 years ago.
China warns awarding Nobel peace prize to Chinese dissident could damage ties with Norway.
The toxic sludge in Hungary reaches the Danube river.
The clean-up operation starts at the site of the toxic sludge disaster in Hungary.
French police detain twelve people suspected of links to Islamist extremism.
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