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The Russian president warns of a demographic crisis in his state of the nation speech
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Diplomatic documents released by Wikileaks force US and Europe into damage control.
UK scientists are advising that meat from cloned animals is a low risk to human health
Will the euro weather the storm across the Eurozone, or is the end nigh for the currency?
How will Ireland's austerity measures affect the economy, politics and people's lives?
Russia condemns North Korea for its actions, and Britain gets a date for the royal wedding
Is 'the game over' for the Irish government, as MPs question its acceptance of EU bailout
Irish bank AIB loses €13 billion - Europe Today's Paul Henley wraps up his trip to Dublin
A suspect package intercepted enroute to Germany and special coverage of Ireland's crisis
Germany's interior minister: clear indications of planned terrorist attacks
Britain's Prince William and his long-term girlfriend Kate Middleton to wed next year
Ireland insists it doesn't need an EU bailout despite concerns over its economy
Bankruptcy again threatens Ireland, prompting nervous trading on the European markets
The British government overhauls its benefits system to try to end welfare dependency
Violence disrupts student protests in London over plans to increase English tuition fees
George Bush says attacks on Britain were prevented by waterboarding terror suspects
Two Armenian men have pleaded guilty to smuggling highly enriched uranium into Georgia
News, comment and reaction from across Europe.
Reconciliation at Vukovar; as Serbia and Croatia look to the future we gauge the reaction.
Multiple bombings in Athens - Greek Foreign Minister blames a "small group of extremists"
Rule of law in Russia at stake: former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky
France, UK pool defences; more aviation restrictions; can a computer game save the world?