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Spain's economy to grow, says minister
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Spain's economy to grow, says minister
Thu 24 Apr 2014
Tweet Madrid, April 24 (IANS/EFE) Spain's economy will grow at an average of 1.5 percent in 2014-15, authorities said. "Everything indicates that the Spanish economy's recovery has continued in the... (photo: Creative Commons / S de Santi)
Italian premier Matteo Renzi gestures prior to a confidence vote in the Chamber of Deputies, in Rome, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014. The Senate voted 169-139 to confirm Renzi's broad coalition, which ranges from his center-left Democrats to center-right forces formerly loyal to ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi. Renzi needed at least 155 votes to clinch the victory, one of two mandatory confidence votes. The second vote, in the Chamber of Deputies, is expected later Tuesday. Renzi's coalition has a comfortable majority in the lower chamber.
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Italy's Renzi wins confidence vote on temporary labor rule
Wed 23 Apr 2014
ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi easily won a confidence vote on Wednesday over his plans to ease rules for companies that hire temporary workers, part of a broader plan to... (photo: AP / Andrew Medichini)
File - A man walks past a burnt out building following an attacked by Boko Haram in Bama, Nigeria, Thursday, Feb, 20. 2013. The latest attack by suspected Islamic extremists in Nigeria's northeast has left 115 people dead.  The Guardian  Wed 23 Apr 2014
Tony Blair: west must take sides against growing threat of radical Islam
In keynote speech on Middle East, former PM blames Islamic extremism for failures of western intervention in region Tony Blair: 'What is absolutely necessary is that we first liberate ourselves from... (photo: AP / Jossy Ola)
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov addresses the media at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Friday, Dec. 4, 2009. Some two dozen countries will send an estimated 7,000 more troops to Afghanistan next year, the chief of NATO said Friday as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told her allied counterparts that an infusion of forces is crucial to turning the tide in the long war.  BBC News  Wed 23 Apr 2014
Ukraine crisis: US runs the show in Kiev, says Sergei Lavrov
The US is "running the show" in Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said. Mr Lavrov told Russia Today it was "quite telling" that Kiev had re-launched its... (photo: AP / Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
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U.S. Sending Troops to Eastern Europe, Must Turn Over Info on CIA Prisons, Apaches Headed to Egypt National Journal Wed 23 Apr 2014
U.S. Sending Troops to Eastern Europe, Must Turn Over Info on CIA Prisons, Apaches Headed to Egypt
By Jordain Carney Follow on Twitter April 23, 2014 By Jordain Carney ( @jordainc) Welcome to NJ's Early Bird, today's best national security, defense, and foreign policy... (photo: USMC / Zachery B. Martin)
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President Barack Obama talks with Vice President Joe Biden before boarding Air Force One at Pittsburgh International Airport prior to departure from Pittsburgh, Pa., April 16, 2014. BBC News Tue 22 Apr 2014
Ukraine crisis: Biden to meet Kiev leaders in show of support
US Vice-President Joe Biden is to meet Ukraine's new leaders in a show of support for the pro-Western government. Mr Biden is due to discuss the upcoming elections... (photo: White House / Pete Souza)
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Ancient Tundra Landscape Discovered Beneath Greenland's Ice Sheet Provides Climate Change Clues Inhabitat Mon 21 Apr 2014
Ancient Tundra Landscape Discovered Beneath Greenland's Ice Sheet Provides Climate Change Clues
Ever wonder where the ‘green’ in ice-covered Greenland comes from? According to Icelandic lore, viking explorer Erik the Red gave Greenland its name to lure... (photo: UN / Mark Garten)
Climate Change   Global Worming   Greenland   Photos   Wikipedia: Greenland
Benfica's players celebrate after Alan Kardec, 2nd right, scored the opening goal against Lyon during their Champions league group B soccer match Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010, at Benfica's Luz in Lisbon. ESPN Mon 21 Apr 2014
Benfica win Portuguese Liga title April 20, 2014
Benfica claimed their 33rd Liga title on Sunday night with a at the Estadio da Luz. GettyImages Benfica rode an 11-game win streak to the club's 33rd Portuguese Liga... (photo: AP / Armando Franca)
2013–14 Primeira Liga   Photos   SC Olhaense   SL Benfica   Wikipedia: 2013–14 Primeira Liga
Britain's new Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha outside 10 Downing Street in London,Tuesday, May, 11 2010 The Times of India Mon 21 Apr 2014
British PM calls UK 'Christian country'
LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron is now in the line of fire for asking Britons to be unashamedly "evangelical" about its Christian faith and announcing that... (photo: AP / Tim Hales)
Britain   Christianity in the United Kingdom   David Cameron   Photos   Wikipedia: Religion in the United Kingdom
Opening of Exhibit on trans atlantic slave trade Ha'aretz Sun 20 Apr 2014
Can you compare African slave trade to the Holocaust?
NEW YORK – “The man refused to eat. He had been sick, reduced to a ‘mere skeleton.’ He had apparently made a decision to die. Captain Timothy Tucker was... (photo: UN / UN)
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