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Syrian clashes continue as citizens flee

Syrian clashes continue as citizens flee
04 August 2012

The country’s second city Aleppo came under bombardment again by the Syrian government forces. Meanwhile Armenians from a long-established community in Aleppo have been fleeing back to Armenia.

Rajoy wants to know bailout conditions as Spain protests austerity cuts

Rajoy wants to know bailout conditions as Spain protests austerity cuts
04 August 2012

Rail workers strike in Spain as the country edges towards a possible sovereign bailout. They were protesting against the privatisation of the rail sector as part of austerity measures announced by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy last month.

NASA prepares for Mars rover landing

NASA prepares for Mars rover landing
04 August 2012

Nasa is holding its breath as it prepares for its latest mission to Mars, the landing of its big robot rover ‘Curiosity’. The touchdown, expected sometime on Monday, is considered to be so risky, it has been described as ‘‘seven minutes of terror’‘.

Russia and Britain: Olympic diplomacy

Russia and Britain: Olympic diplomacy
03 August 2012

One needs to go back all the way to the summer of 2003 for the last time Vladimir Putin went to London.

Carl Lewis: ‘America is going to look good this year’

Carl Lewis: ‘America is going to look good this year’
03 August 2012

Syria: UN monitor mission unclear as Annan quits

Syria: UN monitor mission unclear as Annan quits
03 August 2012

The international community has voiced regret over Kofi Annan’s decision to quit as the United Nations and Arab League’s joint special envoy to Syria.

ECB’s ‘Save the euro’ moves some way off

ECB’s ‘Save the euro’ moves some way off
03 August 2012

Under pressure to ‘Save the euro’ the European Central Bank is gearing up to buy Italian and Spanish government bonds on the open market – but not yet. ECB President Mario Draghi said it will only act after eurozone governments activate EU bailout funds to also buy bonds.

Saving the euro: what’s the plan?

Saving the euro: what’s the plan?
02 August 2012

“We will do whatever it takes to save the euro and believe me it will be enough.” The words of European Central Bank president Mario Draghi last Thursday. Exactly one week on and he’s expected to unveil just what he thinks it does take when the ECB council meets.

Four million dollar ‘pop art’ discovered

Four million dollar ‘pop art’ discovered
02 August 2012

Claims of atrocities from both sides in Syria

Claims of atrocities from both sides in Syria
02 August 2012

Video purportedly coming from the Syrian capital Damascus shows what opposition groups say is the result of shelling by government forces. They claim up 50 people, mainly civilians, were killed on Wednesday in a suburb.

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