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Europe
31.01.2015
Rome (dpa) - Italian lawmakers convened Saturday for the fourth time in three days for what was expected to be a decisive ballot to elect Constitutional Court Judge Sergio Mattarella as the new head of state.The would-be president, 73, is a former Christian Democrat minister who was active in politics from 1983 to 2008 and has a reputation for moral integrity but little international recognition.
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Israel
31.01.2015
Tel Aviv (dpa) - The US and Israeli intelligence services worked together to carry out the 2008 killing of Hezbollah military leader Imad Mughniyah, who was blamed for some of the Lebanese Shiite movement‘s deadliest attacks, The Washington
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Europe
31.01.2015
Belgrade (dpa) - Russia has threatened Bosnia with sanctions if it goes ahead with a delivery of arms to Ukraine, a Bosnian state television channel reported.A note handed to the Bosnian ambassador in Moscow said selling weapons to Ukraine could lead
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Europe
31.01.2015
Regensburg, Germany (dpa) - Voters in the Bavarian district of Straubing-Bogen will vote Sunday in local elections for the second time in 10 months, after allegations that an asparagus farmer-cum-conservative politician falsified several hundred
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Europe
31.01.2015
Hamburg (dpa) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel ruled out cancelling any of Greece‘s debt in a newspaper interview released Saturday."There has already been voluntary debt relief by private creditors, and banks have already slashed billions
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Europe
31.01.2015
Moscow (dpa) - The contact group seeking to bring an end to the fighting in eastern Ukraine has launched its latest attempt to come together in Minsk, the Interfax news agency reported Saturday.Representatives of the Ukrainian and Russian
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Europe
31.01.2015
The Italian prime minister - who already surprised pundits with a record win in last year‘s European Parliament polls - scores another major coup that consolidates his leadership and leaves his beleaguered rival Silvio Berlusconi in
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Europe
31.01.2015
Athens (dpa) - Greece‘s new leftist-led government sacked the heads of its privatization agency in what Finance Ministry officials on Saturday called "a first step in the new privatization policies" of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.The sale of
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