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2015/05/29 11:56
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PRAGUE: A Prague court on Friday cleared the ex-aide and current wife of former Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas of abuse of power in a spying case that toppled the government in 2013. Prosecutors...
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2015/05/28 18:55
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THERE have been a few “wins” for those around the region this week, the latest being the announcement of an upper house inquiry into the NSW government’s Fit for the Future local government...
2015/05/28 18:55
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NATIONALS MPs Kevin Anderson and Adam Marshall have thrown their weight behind the fast-tracking of the poles-and-wires leasing bill this week into the upper house, despite criticisms the government...
2015/05/28 02:24
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Irish residents celebrated on the streets of Dublin as the ballots were counted and results showed the country overwhelmingly approved the same-sex marriage referendum with more that 60 percent of the...
2015/05/27 20:57
2015/05/27 20:57
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Christian Democrats leader Fred Nile says the NSW Premier's decision to introduce a bill for the lease of the state's electricity assets before an inquiry had finished was not a snub - it was about...
2015/05/27 15:56
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BERLIN: Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition agreed on Wednesday to make small changes to same-sex civil partnership rules but staunch opposition from conservatives in her party means Germany will not...
2015/05/27 04:57
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PREMIER Mike Baird has been accused of rushing through legislation to privatise NSW's electricity network before an inquiry into the plan has been completed to avoid proper scrutiny. The final report...
2015/05/26 16:56
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AMSTERDAM: The Dutch Liberal-Labour government was further weakened after senate elections on Tuesday stripped it of an already fragile majority in the upper house of parliament, increasing the chance...
2015/05/26 08:38
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The Netherlands paid an extra levy of €133m to the European Union in 2014 which is far higher than originally thought, the Telegraaf reports on Tuesday. The top-up amount, over and above the €1.1bn...
2015/05/26 07:18
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Schaeuble, on the other hand, sees acceptance of a possible Grexit as an important bargaining tool for Germany and the rest of the eurozone. If Grexit is ruled out, he things that gives Athens too...
2015/05/26 02:46
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Head of the German-Ukrainian parliament group Karl-Georg Wellmann. Photo: AFP Berlin: Germany protested to Russia on Monday over Moscow's refusal to let a conservative German lawmaker into the...
2015/05/24 21:46
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DUBLIN: The once-dominant Catholic Church in Ireland was trying to come to terms Sunday with an overwhelming vote in favor of gay marriage, saying it needed a “new language” with which to speak to...
2015/05/23 13:56
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BRATISLAVA: Slovakia's centre-left Prime Minister Robert Fico unveiled a plan on Saturday to raise the minimum wage and cut the sales tax on groceries, launching a drive for re-election next March for...
2015/05/22 07:37
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Sweden to give single women access to reproductive help Published: 22 May 2015 2:49 PM Single women in Belgium, Spain, Denmark, Britain, Australia and the United States are already allowed access to...
2015/05/21 16:56
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SANTIAGO: Chilean President Michelle Bachelet acknowledged her government had endured a difficult few months and sought in her annual State of the Union address on Thursday to regain the political...
2015/05/21 13:25
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Singles could be allowed to undergo IVF treatment in Sweden. Photo: Nora Lorek/TT IVF bid for Swedish singles moves forward Published: 21 May 2015 14:19 GMT+02:00 Plans to allow single women in...
2015/05/21 08:38
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The three parties which have helped the government win majority support for some of its polices have pulled out of talks on the 2016 budget, broadcaster Nos said on Thursday. However, the five...
2015/05/19 14:38
2015/05/19 14:38
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Parents should not be held responsible for any damage caused by their 14 to 18-year-old children, the senate ruled on Tuesday. The initiative for the new law, which has taken nine years to reach the...
2015/05/19 10:56
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BERLIN: A senior member of Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives talked openly for the first time on Tuesday of the potential breakup of their coalition with the Social Democrats (SPD) due to a row...
2015/05/18 09:27
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