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2015/05/22 07:18
2015/05/22 07:18
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The last few days have seen a flurry of Greek government spokespeople rushing to say that the bailout agreement was in its final stages would soon be finished— following Yanis Varoufakis' suggestion...
2015/05/22 07:18
2015/05/22 07:18
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2015/05/22 07:09
2015/05/22 07:09
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Partly, this shift in Irish opinion – being increasingly comfortable around gay people – must be contingent on the decreased trust that same people now have for the country’s once-dominant...
2015/05/20 19:41
2015/05/20 19:41
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Natural phenomenon turns water near Australia neon blueNatural phenomenon turns water near Australia neon blue The waters of the coast of Tasmania are glowing in the dark because of...
2015/05/15 05:15
2015/05/15 05:15
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JERUSALEM - The Israeli parliament narrowly approved Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's new government as the United States insisted the Jewish state must forge a deal with the Palestinians for its...
2015/05/14 07:50
2015/05/14 07:50
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People walk next to a burning barricade during a protest against President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to run for a third term, in Buterere neighbourhood of Bujumbura, Burundi May 13, 2015. DAR ES...
2015/05/13 20:19
2015/05/13 20:19
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An American flag and the gay pride flag fly in front of the Supreme Court, which will decide by June whether same-sex marriage is legal. (Andrew Harnik/AP) Ah, Texas. The Loon Star State whose...
2015/05/13 11:11
2015/05/13 11:11
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NewElection 2015 reaction: A bad night for Green veteran Ricky Green Party candidate Ricky Knight, pictured as the count gets under way at the leisure centre in Barnstaple. Picture: Andy...
2015/05/13 03:04
2015/05/13 03:04
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AUSTRALIA Post has vowed to maintain its network of more than 4000 post offices, despite a dramatic slide in the number of letters being posted. In a memo to staff, Australia Post boss Ahmed Fahour...
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2015/05/12 16:29
2015/05/12 16:29
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The Monday talks between Renamo and the government remain deadlocked, after 103 meetings. The mediators finally called a press conference on 13 April and in a very strong statement Lourenco do...
2015/05/12 14:42
2015/05/12 14:42
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The EU envoy to Africa’s Great Lakes region, Koen Vervaeke, said that although the union had disbursed €6m ($6.7m) of the €8m designated for elections, it had decided to withhold the rest until...
2015/05/12 09:18
2015/05/12 09:18
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Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro jailed his opponents. Photo: Reuters Brasilia: Brazil has urged Venezuela's government to set a date for a parliamentary election as soon as possible, stepping up...
2015/05/12 04:23
2015/05/12 04:23
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A lack of support from National means the Act Party's quest for what it calls the Holy Grail for better regulations is not likely to end soon. Leader David Seymour has criticised the Government for...
2015/05/11 15:31
2015/05/11 15:31
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Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski's shock setback in the first round of the presidential election spells serious trouble for the governing liberals just months ahead of the parliamentary...
2015/05/11 06:24
2015/05/11 06:24
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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has refused to rule out a review of Chief Justice Tim Carmody. Photo: Glenn Hunt Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has not ruled out a Vasta-style review into...
2015/05/11 04:28
2015/05/11 04:28
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In my house we now have 8 people, as my daughters and their partners and babies have moved back as they cannot afford to live in Auckland any more. One daughter is a neurology nurse and the other an...
2015/05/10 13:45
2015/05/10 13:45
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On broad matters of public policy, such as privacy, censorship, corporate copyright protection, globalisation, international alliances, and other such matters, the governing Liberal National Coalition...
2015/05/10 05:38
2015/05/10 05:38
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Ten other candidates are running in Sunday elections, but none are strong enough to threaten Komorowski's chance for a 2nd, five-year term. Komorowski, a center-right candidate, has support of some...
2015/05/09 13:09
2015/05/09 13:09
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Stephen Harper in Canada. Tony Abbott in Australia. John Key in New Zealand. And now, impressively re-elected, a second-term David Cameron in the United Kingdom. Center-right leaders are in charge of...
2015/05/08 05:55
2015/05/08 05:55
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David Cameron will return to Downing Street as prime minister, after an extraordinary election night in which the Tories out-performed even their own expectations and Labour and the Liberal Democrats...
2015/05/08 03:50
2015/05/08 03:50
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Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro jailed his opponents. Photo: Reuters Brasilia: Brazil has urged Venezuela's government to set a date for a parliamentary election as soon as possible, stepping up...
2015/05/22 07:18
2015/05/22 07:18
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