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Independent
Vittorio Casamonica funeral: Anti-Mafia campaigners demand answers from Catholic Church and police over Hollywood-style send-offThe coffin of mobster Vittorio Casamonica, 65, was paraded in a gothic horse-dr
Vittorio Casamonica funeral: Anti-Mafia campaigners demand answers from Catholic Church and police over Hollywood-style send-off
Independent / Posted 11 days ago
The coffin of mobster Vittorio Casamonica, 65, was paraded in a gothic horse-draw carriage on Thursday afternoon, while a hovering helicopter scattered rose petals from above and an orchestra played the theme music of Francis Ford Coppola’s The... Read more
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The New Statesman
The NS Leader: the choice before LabourWith its historical range and intellectual clarity, Gordon Brown’s speech on 16
The NS Leader: the choice before Labour
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
With its historical range and intellectual clarity, Gordon Brown’s speech on 16 August showed why he is one of Labour’s greatest sons. At its core was a lesson that his party has learned before and may have to learn again: “Making what we want – the... Read more
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Slate
Why Donald Trump Isn’t Going AwayWho's winning, who's losing, and why. He’s not a Republican phenomenon. He’s p
Why Donald Trump Isn’t Going Away
Slate / Posted 24 days ago
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. He’s not a Republican phenomenon. He’s part of a troubling global movement toward populism and nationalism. To understand the rise of Donald Trump, you’d do well not to fixate... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why the GOP Can't Rid Itself of Donald TrumpA candidate appears on the stage of a Republican primary debate and praises sin
Why the GOP Can't Rid Itself of Donald Trump
The Atlantic / Posted 25 days ago
A candidate appears on the stage of a Republican primary debate and praises single-payer health care in Canada and the United Kingdom. He upbraids the corruption of American campaign finance. He denounces the Iraq war. He scoffs at banks and... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why the GOP Can't Rid Itself of Donald TrumpA candidate appears on the stage of a Republican primary debate and praises sin
Why the GOP Can't Rid Itself of Donald Trump
The Atlantic / Posted 25 days ago
A candidate appears on the stage of a Republican primary debate and praises single-payer healthcare in Canada and the United Kingdom. He upbraids the corruption of American campaign finance. He denounces the Iraq war. He scoffs at banks and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Italy is the most likely country to leave the euroGreece and Italy have both grown a meagre 4.6 percent the past 16 years, althou
Italy is the most likely country to leave the euro
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a month ago
Greece and Italy have both grown a meagre 4.6 percent the past 16 years, although they took drastically different paths to get there. Photo: Thinkstock What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro 16... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
Brisbane Times / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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WA Today
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
WA Today / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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The Age
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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Canberra Times
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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The Moscow Times
EU Visits to Crimea Reflect Democracy, Not Divisions Over Russia, Say AnalystsAs Ukraine launched a criminal investigation into a visit last week by 10 Frenc
EU Visits to Crimea Reflect Democracy, Not Divisions Over Russia, Say Analysts
The Moscow Times / Posted 1 months ago
As Ukraine launched a criminal investigation into a visit last week by 10 French lawmakers to Crimea, the current trend for delegations of European lawmakers visiting the peninsula that Russia annexed from Ukraine last year shows that opinion on... Read more

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