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Hekmatyar's never-ending...
Hekmatyar's never-ending Afghan war
How one former anti-Soviet ally of the US, who refused to meet Reagan, continues his war four decades later.
 
Germany seeks EU control over...
Germany seeks EU control over Greece budget
In talks on second rescue package, debt-stricken country advised to cede control of its fiscal policy to European Union.
 
Fitch downgrades Italy and Spain
Fitch downgrades Italy and Spain
Five eurozone economies, including Italy and Spain, are downgraded by rating agency Fitch, citing financial weakness during the debt crisis.
 
Italian cruise firm offers payout
Italian cruise firm offers payout
The Italian company that owns the capsized cruise ship Costa Concordia has offered passengers 11,000 euros (£9,000; $14,000) each in...

Eurozone unemployment rate sticks at 11%
Unemployment in the eurozone was 11% in April, unchanged from March, but still the highest since records began in 1995.




Is Syria unsolvable?
Is Syria Barack Obama's Rwanda? The Stanford University scholar, Fouad Ajami, usually an astute and wise observer on matters Middle Eastern, raised this question (and false analogy) with CNN's Anderson Cooper several weeks ago




Clashes after Senegal Wade ruling
Clashes have erupted in Senegal's capital Dakar, after the top court said President Abdoulaye Wade could run for a third term in next month's poll.


Mexico fugitive linked to Obama bid
US President Barack Obama's election campaign is to return some $200,000 of funding linked to the family of a Mexican fugitive.

The attack by gunmen suspected of being members of Boko Haram led to more than an hour of running gun battles.
Minority government set to prohibit niqabs and burqas and other forms of clothing that cover the face.
 
Putin critic barred from...
Putin critic barred from Russia elections
Election commission disqualifies liberal challenger Grigory Yavlinsky from March presidential ballot.
 
Bahrain criticised over tear gas
Bahrain criticised over tear gas
Amnesty International has called for an investigation into what it says is the misuse of tear gas by Bahraini security forces.
French troops will resume training Afghan soldiers on Saturday but Paris will pull out most of its troops from the country by...
A host of international authors - including seven Nobel laureates - have called for an end to attacks on journalists in Mexico.
 
Spain jobless passes five million
Spain jobless passes five million
Spain's unemployment figure passes the five million mark, with more than half of all 16 to 24-year-olds out of work, official figures show.
 
Sudan leaders in oil crisis talks
Sudan leaders in oil crisis talks
The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan are meet in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa to discuss a deepening crisis over sharing their oil wealth
 
Afaf baby killed by Asad Forces
syrian army continues its cracdown on Syrian people. Afaf baby is the last victim.


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