jeudi 30 avril 2015

Fondée en 1996 et basée à San Francisco, l'Internet Archive est un vaste projet visant à créer une sorte d'immense bibliothèque de tout ce que peut contenir Internet. L'objectif étant d' [...]








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mercredi 29 avril 2015

Séquence nostalgie sur Good Old Games et Steam cette semaine avec la publication - pas plus tard qu'hier - d'une nouvelle série de titres LucasArts. Sur GOG donc, ce sont Star Wars : X-Wing Collect [...]








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mardi 28 avril 2015

Sans doute l'une des décisions les plus controversées prises par Valve ces dernières années, la mise en place d'un système de <i>mods</i> payants sur la plateforme Steam a provoqué [...]








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lundi 27 avril 2015

samedi 25 avril 2015

vendredi 24 avril 2015

La société Drobpox annonce le lancement d'un service de notes dématérialisées pour répondre davantage aux besoins des utilisateurs et notamment des professionnels. Le spécialiste du stockage Dropbo [...]








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lundi 20 avril 2015

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Italy's PM leads calls for more EU action on migrants after the latest boat capsize in the Mediterranean leaves hundreds feared dead.

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Canadian circus firm Cirque du Soleil sells a majority stake to US and Chinese private investors, valuing the firm at $1.5bn.

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Kenyan environmental activist Phyllis Omido wins the high-profile Goldman prize for her campaign against a smelting plant in a slum community in Mombasa.

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US authorities arrest and charge six men in the state of Minnesota with conspiring to support the Islamic State militant group.

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An air strike on an arms depot in Yemen's capital Sanaa causes a huge explosion, flattening nearby buildings and shattering windows in far away neighbourhoods.

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Ethiopia declares three days of national mourning following the release of an IS video showing the killing of Ethiopian Christians in Libya.

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Pesticide is the probable cause of 18 mysterious deaths in south-western Nigeria, the World Health Organisation says.

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The company behind the Birds Eye and Findus brands, Iglo Group, is being sold for €2.6bn (£1.9bn) to US investment vehicle Nomad Holdings.

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US shares opened higher on Monday after strong results from leading companies cheered investors.

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Islamic State militants release a video purportedly showing the killing of up to 30 Ethiopian Christians seized in Libya.

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Delhi's first woman bus driver takes the wheel - with messages of support and malfunctioning doors.

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A 25-year-old man dies after he was taken to hospital with spinal injuries after being arrested by police.

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The FBI admits "errors" over many years in evidence provided by its forensics lab to US courts to secure convictions, including in death penalty cases.

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United Airlines banned a security researcher from a flight after he tweeted that he might be able to hack the aircraft's systems.

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Venezuela has received $5bn (£3.4bn) in Chinese funding for "development", Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says.

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The International Organization for Migration says it has received a distress call from a sinking boat carrying 300 migrants in the Mediterranean.

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David Cameron has described the latest boat disaster in the Mediterranean as a "dark day" for Europe and called for a "comprehensive" approach to the problem.

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The leader of Yemen's Houthi rebels vows to resist a Saudi-led bombing campaign that has been targeting his forces since late March.

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should spend life in prison without parole, write the parents of the youngest victim of Boston marathon attack

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The Turin Shroud, which some believe to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, returns to public display in Italy after a break of five years.

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The first opposition candidates in decades to stand in a Cuban election concede defeat at the second stage of the electoral process.

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Finnish PM Alexander Stubb admits his conservatives have lost the general election to the main opposition Centre Party.

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Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby travels to Egypt for a "visit of condolence" following the beheading of 21 Coptic Christians in Libya earlier this year.

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EU ministers are to meet in Luxembourg to discuss the deaths of migrants after the latest boat capsize in the Mediterranean in which hundreds died.

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A student armed with a crossbow kills a teacher at a school in Barcelona, Spain, local media report.

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Leaders of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party are among 69 people put on trial on charges including murder and belonging to a criminal group.

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South Africa's Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini, whose comments have been blamed for a wave of xenophobic attacks, is set to appeal for restraint.

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A bomb attack on a UN vehicle in Somalia's Puntland region kills at least seven people, police say.

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A 14-year-old boy from Blackburn is being held in connection with an alleged terror plot at a World War One centenary event in Australia, police confirm.

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A young cricketer dies in the Indian city of Kolkata after an on-field collision with a team mate during a club match.

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Norway summons the Russian ambassador after a top Russian official defied a travel ban by visiting Svalbard in the Arctic.

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The leader of Yemen's Houthi rebels vows to resist a Saudi-led bombing campaign that has been targeting his forces since late March.

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A man is arrested on suspicion of murdering his mother and sister on Merseyside.

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Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood says all the pressure will be on Arsenal when the two sides meet in the FA Cup final.

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London's leading shares open with small gains on Monday, to stand above 7,000 again.

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dimanche 19 avril 2015

Killings of environmental activists have risen by 20% in the last year, according to campaign group Global Witness.



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Japanese authorities briefly issue a tsunami alert after a 6.8 magnitude earthquake between Okinawa and Taiwan.



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China's President Xi Jinping is due to arrive in Pakistan, where he is expected to announce a $46bn (£30.7bn) investment plan.



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Australia and Iran will share intelligence about Australians fighting with militant groups in Iraq, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announces.



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Footage has emerged of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott downing a large glass of beer in only seconds.



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Chinese stocks are trading mixed after the government steps up stimulus measures and cuts interest rates for the second time this year.



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Australian police investigate a complaint of excessive force by one of the suspects detained in an anti-terror operation in Melbourne.



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A United Nations supply convoy is attacked near the city of Gao in northern Mali, with two civilian drivers killed.



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A selection of readers' photos of the wildfire that threatened hundreds of homes in Southern California over the weekend.



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The Post Office failed to discover the cause of large cash shortfalls at sub-post offices before starting civil and criminal proceedings against sub-postmasters, a report finds.



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The SNP is launching its manifesto setting out an "alternative to austerity" and claiming to be a force for UK-wide change.



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Sweden sends Cuba the offspring of endangered crocodiles given by Fidel Castro to a Russian cosmonaut in the 1970s.



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Low inflation and stronger eurozone growth should help the UK economy expand 2.8% this year despite political uncertainty, says an EY Item Club report.



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Eight men are shot dead at a football fan club in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in what police believe may be a drug related attack.



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Poland summons the US ambassador and demands an apology over comments on the Holocaust by FBI director James Comey.



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Harry Kane's 30th goal of the season helps Tottenham's Europa League qualification chances as they win at Newcastle.



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Saudi Arabia, which is leading an air campaign against rebels in Yemen, has pledged the $274m (£183m; €255m) in aid to the country called for by the UN.



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Italy's PM leads calls for more EU action on migrants after the latest boat capsize in the Mediterranean leaves hundreds feared dead.



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A senior separatist leader in eastern Ukraine says a ceasefire deal will fail unless Kiev recognises the independence of rebel-held territory.



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All-rounder Liam Livingstone hits a world record 350 from just 138 balls for Nantwich in a National Club Championship match against Caldy.



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Islamic State says it carried out a suicide bomb attack that killed at least 33 people and injured 100 in the east Afghan city of Jalalabad.



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Lewis Hamilton takes a controlled win in the Bahrain GP as team-mate Nico Rosberg was beaten to second by Kimi Raikkonen.



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State-run media claims North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has scaled the country's highest mountain.



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Aston Villa reach a first FA Cup final since 2000 as Fabian Delph's second-half winner condemns Liverpool to a trophyless season.



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Australian police charge a teenager in connection with what they say was an Islamic State-inspired plot to attack a World War One centenary event.



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Thousands of Newcastle fans appear to have boycotted the home game with Tottenham in a protest against owner Mike Ashley.



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Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says the sport is too expensive and claims that it has many problems that need to be resolved.



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After a TV programme discovered Ben Affleck had a slave-owning ancestor, the actor asked for the details not to be broadcast.



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Manchester City firm up their grip on a top-four league spot as they beat West Ham to claim a first win in three top-flight games.



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Inverness Caledonian Thistle reach their first-ever Scottish Cup final to end Celtic's hopes of a domestic treble.



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Islamic State militants release a video purportedly showing the killing of up to 30 Ethiopian Christians seized in Libya.



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A gun battle leaves three dead on the streets of Reynosa, a Mexican city on the border with the US that has been plagued by drug cartel violence.



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Pesticide is the probable cause of 18 mysterious deaths in south-western Nigeria, the World Health Organisation says.



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President Obama says Gulf nations should use their "influence" to help resolve the instability in Libya, warning that military action is not enough.



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Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he could be sacked if his team fail to finish in the top four.



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More than 300 people have been arrested in South Africa in connection with the wave of violence against immigrants, the home affairs minister says.



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Thomas Tuchel will replace the departing Jurgen Klopp as Borussia Dortmund head coach from 1 July.



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Television variety show Sabado Gigante, much loved among Hispanics in the US, is to end after 53 years, network Univision announces.



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The political party founded by murdered Russian dissident Boris Nemtsov says it will form a loose anti-Putin alliance ahead of 2016 elections.



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China's Central Bank is to cut its bank reserve requirement ratio by one percentage point, as it aims to stimulate a cooling economy.



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A family of six who have been reported missing may be travelling to a part of Syria controlled by Islamic State militants, police say.



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Saudi Arabian manufacturing and chemicals giant Sabic posts a 39% drop in net profits in the first quarter of the year.



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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should spend life in prison without parole, write the parents of the youngest victim of Boston marathon attack



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Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson reveals doctors told him a lump on his tongue was "probably cancer" two days before he hit a BBC producer.



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A major rescue operation is under way after migrant boat capsizes off the Italian island of Lampedusa, the Maltese navy tells the BBC.



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Britain's nuclear safety regulator says it expects lessons to be learned from problems with a French reactor that is very similar to one planned in the UK.



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samedi 18 avril 2015

Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United's important players were "in Chelsea's pockets" during their 1-0 home win.



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The Shroud of Turin, which some believe to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, returns to public display after a break of five years.



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Finnish voters are set to go to the polls, amid hopes that a new government will pull the country out of its three-year economic slump.



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Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby travels to Egypt for a "visit of condolence" following the beheading of 21 Coptic Christians in Libya earlier this year.



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Old kitchen, bathroom and laundry equipment made up 60% of the 41.8 million tonnes of electronic waste thrown away in 2014, suggests a report.



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Up to £4bn worth of Lloyds Bank shares would be offered to the general public if the Conservatives win the election, David Cameron is to announce.



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For the first time in Cuba, at least two government opponents will be standing on Sunday in municipal elections in Havana.



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An outfit worn by actress Vivien Leigh in the film Gone with the Wind sells for $137,000 (£91,000) at an auction in California.



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US shares fell sharply on Friday, dragged down by continuing fears of a Greek default and of China clamping down on speculative trading.



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Argentina begins legal proceedings against three British and two US companies for drilling oil near the Falkland Islands.



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Fugitive Iraqi militant leader Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, a former right-hand man to Saddam Hussein, has been killed, Iraqi officials say.



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A "mysterious" disease has killed at least 18 people in the past several days in south-eastern Nigeria, local officials say.



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Alexis Sanchez scores twice as FA Cup holders Arsenal move into the 2014-15 final by beating Reading after extra time.



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Chelsea will be Premier League champions if they win their next two matches after victory over Manchester United.



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Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton took his fourth straight pole position in 2015 as he beat Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in Bahrain.



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Pope Francis urges the EU and international community to do more to tackle the rising number of migrants making desperate journeys across the Med.



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Kevin Mirallas scores the winner and Ross Barkley misses a penalty as Everton beat Burnley, who have Ashley Barnes sent off



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Footage has emerged of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott downing a large glass of beer in only seconds.



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Six people arrested by UK police over alleged terror offences after a family was stopped at the Turkey-Syria border have been released without charge.



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The chief executive of Volkswagen, Martin Winterkorn, wins the backing of the company's top bosses, following a clash with the chairman.



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A United Nations supply convoy is attacked near the city of Gao in northern Mali, with two civilian drivers killed.



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A man suspected of killing his mother and sister is sought by police in Merseyside.



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Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton shades Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in final practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix.



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Craig Sibbald's headed goal secures Falkirk a place in the Scottish Cup final at the expense of profligate Hibernian.



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James Anderson says he is "hugely proud" to have overtaken Sir Ian Botham as England's highest Test wicket-taker.



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All of the Russian president's skills as a negotiator were called upon in his 13th annual telethon when he was asked to convince Boris to let his wife have a dog.



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Rolls-Royce receives its largest order to date, worth £6.1bn ($9.2bn), to supply engines for Emirates airline A380 planes.



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More than 30 people are detained by police in South Africa after a fresh outbreak of anti-foreigner violence around Johannesburg.



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The estate of Adolf Hitler's Nazi propaganda chief, Joseph Goebbels, is suing a publisher for royalties for the use of extracts from his diaries.



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Tributes are paid in Nepal and climbing is suspended to mark the anniversary of an avalanche on Everest that killed 16 sherpas.



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Saudi Arabia, which is leading an air campaign against rebels in Yemen, has pledged the $274m (£183m; €255m) in aid to the country called for by the UN.



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UK unemployment has fallen to its lowest rate since July 2008, official figures have shown.



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James Anderson surpasses Sir Ian Botham as England's highest Test wicket-taker as England draw with West Indies.



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vendredi 17 avril 2015

A senior rebel leader in eastern Ukraine says the Minsk peace deal will fail unless Kiev recognises the independence of rebel-held territory.



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At least 22 killed and 50 injured in explosion in eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, officials say



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The former director of public prosecutions, Lord Macdonald QC, expresses "great regret" that he was not told of historical child abuse allegations against former Labour MP Lord Janner.



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Australian police say they have broken up an Islamic State-inspired plot to attack a World War One centenary event, arresting five teenagers.



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Four members of the Royal Navy have been charged with sexual assault after an alleged incident in Nova Scotia, Canada's military police says.



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Foreign-owned shops in South Africa are attacked and looted overnight in Johannesburg, despite thousands rallying against xenophobia on Thursday.



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A group calling itself the Ukrainian Insurgent Army says it was behind the deaths of two anti-government figures in Kiev this week.



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Labour leader Ed Miliband is to announce plans for a new task force to crack down on the illegal exploitation of workers in a speech on immigration.



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A video showing desperate attempts by doctors to save three children after an apparent chlorine gas attack in Syria moves UN Security Council members to tears.



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Gun battles lasting several hours break out on the streets of Reynosa, a Mexican border city that has been plagued by drug cartel violence.



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Islamic State steps up its assault on the western Iraqi city of Ramadi, launching a series of suicide attacks against government positions.



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President Obama says Gulf nations should use their "influence" to help resolve the instability in Libya, warning that military action is not enough.



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A US court releases footage of rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight running over two men with his pick-up truck, as part of a murder case against him.



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Emotional tributes are paid to the victims of last month's Germanwings crash at a memorial service at Cologne cathedral.



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Television variety show Sabado Gigante, much loved among Hispanics in the US, is to end after 53 years, network Univision announces.



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The political party founded by murdered Russian dissident Boris Nemtsov says it will form a loose anti-Putin alliance ahead of 2016 elections.



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The chief executive of Volkswagen, Martin Winterkorn, wins the backing of the company's board, following a clash with the chairman.



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Police in Phoenix, Arizona, believe the shooting deaths late on Thursday stemmed from a dispute about a family business.



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Two French tourists who filmed themselves burning an endangered quokka in Australia are given a fine for animal cruelty.



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Somalia's FA president Adbi Qani hopes his country can compete in the 2019 Nations Cup and end an absence that stretches back to 1974.



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Militants from al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula seize the southern Yemeni airport Mukalla, taking advantage of chaos elsewhere in the country.



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All of the Russian president's skills as a negotiator were called upon in his 13th annual telethon when he was asked to convince Boris to let his wife have a dog.



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Rolls-Royce receives its largest order to date, worth $9.2bn, to supply engines for Emirates airline A380 planes.



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The New York City Council has approved a marker recognising the contributions of slaves to the city's founding and economy



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Police end a 19-day sit-in by anti-establishment protesters at Athens University, hours after clashes with protesters in the city.



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About 300 US paratroopers arrive in western Ukraine to train with Ukrainian forces - a move condemned by Russia.



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Pope Francis announces his first visit to Bolivia, Paraguay and Ecuador in July, with leaders from host countries welcoming the news.



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Sicilian fishing boat with seven crew seized by armed men off Libya, reports say



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A Czech man says he has founded a tiny new state between Croatia and Serbia.



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UK unemployment fell 76,000 to 1.84 million in the three months to February, official figures show.



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Shares in arts and crafts marketplace Etsy surge 88% in their US market debut, valuing the 10-year-old Brooklyn firm at more than $3.3bn.



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David Cameron urges Ed Miliband to rule out co-operating with the SNP, after the Labour leader rejects any coalition deal during Thursday's TV debate.



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Italian police say they have arrested 15 Muslim migrants after they allegedly threw 12 Christians overboard after a row on a boat heading to Italy.



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Greece would struggle to find creditors outside of the EU and IMF, German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble says.



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Foreign-owned shops in South Africa are attacked and looted overnight in Johannesburg, despite thousands rallying against xenophobia on Thursday.



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Police in Indian-administered Kashmir arrest a prominent separatist leader who they say has been responsible for encouraging his supporters to wave Pakistan flags in the valley.



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Head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde endorses the coalition government's economic strategy, during a meeting in Washington.



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A video showing desperate attempts by doctors to save three children after an apparent chlorine gas attack in Syria moves UN Security Council members to tears.



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jeudi 16 avril 2015

More than 160 people die every day from rabies, despite it being a preventable disease, says a report by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control.



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Islamic State steps up its assault on the western Iraqi city of Ramadi, launching a series of suicide attacks against government positions.



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Pakistan's Supreme Court suspends death sentences passed by controversial new military tribunals, until it rules on the legality of the sentences.



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Police in New Zealand seize 123kg of methamphetamine in drug busts on two apparently unrelated gangs, arresting nine people.



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Thousands of people, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, will attend a memorial service for the Germanwings plane crash victims.



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The number of drivers given penalty points for using mobile phones at the wheel fell by 24% last year in England and Wales, police figures suggest.



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Australia's largest Anzac Day service will include an Aboriginal didgeridoo and the story of the founder of modern-day Turkey, officials announce.



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Five states in Mexico are on the alert after thieves steal potentially dangerous radioactive material, officials say.



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China jails a prominent journalist for seven years for leaking a confidential Communist Party strategy paper to a foreign website.



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Satellite images show China is making progress on building an airstrip on a reef in disputed territory in the South China Sea, a report says.



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Thousands of South Africans hold a march against attacks on migrants accused of taking local jobs, as President Zuma calls the violence "shocking".



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Lebanese journalist Karma Khayat goes on trial for contempt at the UN-backed tribunal investigating the 2005 assassination of former PM Rafik Hariri.



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Russia's President Putin tells a live TV audience that Ukraine's government is deliberately cutting off rebel-held areas in the east of the country.



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Struggling US toymaker, Mattel, saw its sales drop for a sixth consecutive quarter as the appeal of its iconic Barbie doll continues to wane.



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A 38-year-old Polish man admits to kidnapping and killing a nine-year-old girl in the French town of Calais.



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Voting in the Sudanese elections ends, with only a third of the electorate casting their ballots, according to African Union observers.



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Asian shares were ending the week down after a lacklustre lead from Wall Street on disappointing economic data.



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Brazilian workers remove more than 33 tonnes of dead fish from a lagoon in Rio where Olympic rowing and canoeing events are due to take place in 2016.



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The search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will be doubled if nothing is found in the current search zone, officials say.



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Palestinian groups have advanced in clashes with Islamic State militants in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus, Palestinian officials say.



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Saudi Arabia has executed an Indonesian domestic worker convicted of killing a small boy, two days after beheading another Indonesian woman.



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A candlelit vigil is to be held in Glasgow's George Square after the death of student Karen Buckley whose body was found by police on Thursday.



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A book by Charb, the editor of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo who was killed by Muslim militants in January, is being published posthumously.



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Wikileaks has published hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment last year.



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The Vatican ends a six-year row with a group of American nuns it had branded "radical feminists" who were undermining Church teaching.



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Somalia's Islamist al-Shabab militants are recruiting heavily in north-eastern Kenya, according to evidence gathered by the BBC.



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Japan says it is scrambling fighters at almost Cold War levels in response to foreign aircraft - mainly Russian and Chinese - approaching its airspace.



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French police are looking for three thieves who stole a handbag containing €5m worth of jewels after breaking into an art collector's car in traffic.



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S&P downgrades Greece's credit rating saying it expects its financial commitments will be "unsustainable".



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Leading pro-Russian journalist Oles Buzyna, shot dead in Ukrainian capital Kiev, officials say.



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Islamic State militants step up their assault on the western Iraqi city of Ramadi, launching suicide bomb attacks on a government compound.



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Pakistan's Supreme Court suspends death sentences passed by controversial new military tribunals, until it rules on the legality of the sentences.



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US banking giant Goldman Sachs reports a sharp rise in profits thanks in part to an improvement in trading activity at its investment banking arm.



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A shipwreck in which about 400 migrants are feared dead off Libya was caused by excitement at the arrival of rescue ship, survivors say.



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Labour peer Lord Janner will not face child sex abuse charges because the severity of his dementia makes him unfit to stand trial, prosecutors say.



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The UN's special envoy to Yemen, Jamal Benomar, steps down amid criticism of his failure to broker an end to the conflict in the country.



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Four leading German economic institutes have raised their growth forecast for the country's economy as a result of falling oil prices and the depreciation of the euro.



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Five states in Mexico are on the alert after thieves steal potentially dangerous radioactive material, officials say.



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US city Eugene will host the 2021 World Athletics Championships after the IAAF bypasses the normal bidding process.



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South Africa is set to hold a huge protest march against xenophobia in the coastal city of Durban following a wave of attacks on foreigners.



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Lebanese journalist Karma Khayat goes on trial for contempt at the UN-backed tribunal investigating the 2005 assassination of former PM Rafik Hariri.



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Russia's President Putin is due to hold a live televised phone-in, with social welfare and housing high on the list of Russians' concerns.



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Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is found guilty of first-degree murder over the death of his friend.



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Flags in Calais are flown at half-mast after a girl aged nine is found dead in woods, hours after being kidnapped.



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India's main opposition Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi returns to Delhi after a leave of absence of nearly two months, his party says.



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Aaron Cook can compete for Moldova after the British Olympic Association reluctantly agree to his request to switch nations.



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Etsy, the online crafts marketplace, prices its shares at $16, but the company warns that it may never be profitable.



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South African investment firm Brait has provisionally agreed to buy an 80% stake in Virgin Active for $1bn.



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The deepest salvage operation in history rescues a treasure trove of silver rupee coins, sunk by a German U-boat in 1942 while en route from Bombay to England.



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China, Malaysia and Australia agree to double search area for missing MH370 if airliner not found.



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Palestinian groups have advanced in clashes with Islamic State militants in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus, Palestinian officials say.



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mercredi 15 avril 2015

A ban on the sale of alcohol in small shops comes into force in Indonesia, as two Islamic parties propose outlawing it altogether.



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Shares in internet television service Netflix rise over 13% after the firm said it added a better-than-expected five million users in the first quarter of 2015.



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Canada announces it will supply uranium to India, boosting India's plan to increase nuclear capacity to meet growing energy demand.



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The NHS is facing a "substantial financial problem" in England which politicians are ignoring during the election campaign, the former head of the service says.



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Somalia's Islamist al-Shabab militants are recruiting heavily in north-eastern Kenya, according to evidence gathered by the BBC.



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Japan says it is scrambling fighters at almost Cold War levels in response to foreign aircraft - mainly Russian and Chinese - approaching its airspace.



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Colombia lifts a suspension of its bombardments against left-wing Farc, following a deadly rebel attack on soldiers in the west of the country.



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Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano has died in Montevideo aged 74 after suffering from lung cancer.



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Malawi becomes the first African state to announce the repatriation of its nationals from South Africa, following an upsurge in xenophobic violence.



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Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp will leave at the end of the season, but says he has no plans to take a year off.



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South Korea is marking the first anniversary of the Sewol ferry disaster, which left more than 300 people - mostly teenagers - dead.



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A book by Charb, the editor of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo who was killed by Muslim militants in January, is being published posthumously.



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Australians fighting alongside Islamic State militants pose a "serious national security threat" that requires a wide-ranging response, a report says.



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Indonesia's government summons Saudi Arabia's ambassador in Jakarta to protest against the execution of an Indonesian domestic worker.



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The European Union's competition commissioner says Google has abused its dominance of search to promote its Shopping service.



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Two billion adults have no access to banking, a World Bank report says, despite an 11% increase in the last three years.



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Greek State Minister Alekos Flambouraris rules out early elections amid speculation over the government's debt negotiations.



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The treasurer of Brazil's governing Workers Party, Joao Vaccari, is arrested in connection with a massive corruption scandal at oil giant Petrobras.



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The UN says not enough is being done to save the lives of migrants in the Mediterranean, with 400 feared drowned after their boat capsized.



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More than half a million families are discovering which primary schools their children will attend, amid a growing places squeeze in parts of England.



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Police investigating disappearance of Irish student, Karen Buckley, 24, find human remains at farm north of Glasgow



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Police investigating the disappearance of an Irish student in Glasgow detain a 21 year-old man, BBC Scotland understands.



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A Ukrainian opposition politician is found dead in Kiev - the latest supporter of the former government to have died in suspicious circumstances.



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A US judge orders a former Chilean army officer face trial in connection with the killing of folk singer Victor Jara as the military regime took power.



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A judge rules that General Motors is protected from dozens of lawsuits over faulty ignitions switches as a result of its 2009 bankruptcy filing.



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Hospital officials say that five baby girls in Texas have set a new record by becoming the first quintuplet sisters born in the US.



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The leader of Spain's opposition Socialist party apologises after accidentally voting to reopen a debate on abortion laws, which his party opposes.



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School officials in Atlanta have received prison sentences following convictions for participating in a conspiracy to change test answers.



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Ten Colombian soldiers have been killed in an attack by leftist Farc rebels in west of the country, officials say.



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Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano has died in Montevideo aged 74 after suffering from lung cancer.



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Bank of America has reported a return to profit for the first three months of the year.



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Malawi becomes the first African state to announce the repatriation of its nationals from South Africa, following an upsurge in xenophobic violence.



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Borussia Dortmund confirm coach Jurgen Klopp will leave at the end of the season, having been with the club since 2008.



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European Central Bank keeps eurozone interest rates at an all time low of 0.05%.



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The United Nations Refugee Agency has urged Kenya not to expel hundreds of thousands of Somali refugees in response to al-Shabab student massacre.



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Indonesia's government summons Saudi Arabia's ambassador in Jakarta to protest against the execution of an Indonesian domestic worker.



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US President Barack Obama offers Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi $200m in humanitarian aid on his first official visit to Washington.



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The European Union's competition commissioner has announced details of its case against Google over its search engine.



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A private funeral and commemoration service attended by former players is held for former Australian captain and cricket commentator Richie Benaud.



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Greek State Minister Alekos Flambouraris rules out early elections amid speculation over the government's debt negotiations.



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The former security boss of a US lottery is charged with fraud after allegedly hacking the computer that picks the winning numbers.



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The UN says not enough is being done to save the lives of migrants in the Mediterranean, with 400 feared drowned after their boat capsized.



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Chinese vehicle maker Ninebot has bought iconic US rival Segway for an undisclosed amount, the company announced.



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Police in Darwin, Australia say there was a "disturbance" at an asylum seeker centre, amid reports of continuing protests against transfers to Nauru.



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The company which announced a "significant" oil find near Gatwick airport last week now says its tests were not "sufficient to comment" on the potential size of the whole field.



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Burberry has credited its heritage trench coats and scarves for a "robust" performance in the second half of the year.



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The Australian government has reneged on a promise to cut company tax for big businesses, Prime Minister Tony Abbott reveals.



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mardi 14 avril 2015

A subsidiary of China South Rail (CSR) buys a UK-based manufacturer of ocean engineering products for £130m.



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Nokia says it has agreed a deal to buy smaller French rival Alcatel-Lucent in a €15.6bn takeover deal.



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Markets were down in China after growth data showed the country's economy had slowed further in the three months to March this year.



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The remains of nearly 400 US servicemen killed at Pearl Harbor are to be exhumed so they may be identified and buried individually.



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Australia says it expects the plunging price of iron ore - its biggest export - to slash revenue forecasts by A$25bn (£13bn; $19bn) over the next four years.



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A Singaporean logic problem for teenagers has stumped the world, but is that really what's expected of local students?



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A gray whale makes a 22,500 km (14,000 mile) journey across the Pacific Ocean - the longest migration of any mammal, say scientists.



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China threatens to punish local human rights group Yirenping, hours after releasing five activists said to be linked to the organisation.



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Islamic State (IS) has lost more than a quarter of its territory in Iraq since US-led coalition air strikes began in August, the Pentagon says.



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Cuba welcomes as "fair" a US vow to remove it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism, saying it should not have been there in the first place.



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China's economic growth slowed further in the three months to March this year, expanding 7% compared to a year earlier, in line with most expectations.



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Authorities in Japan investigate after an Asiana Airlines flight skids off a runway in Hiroshima, injuring at least 20 people.



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Greece denies reports it is preparing to default on its loans if it cannot reach agreement on its bailout terms with international creditors.



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A Japanese court blocks the restart of two nuclear reactors in the western city of Takahama after locals raise safety concerns.



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More than 200,000 people in south-east Mexico are without water, after an oil spill caused by thieves puncturing a pipeline polluted two rivers.



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The WHO is urging recovered Ebola survivors to be even more cautious during sexual contact to make sure the virus is not passed on to partners.



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GP services are facing a crisis, with a third of doctors considering retirement in the next five years, a British Medical Association poll suggests.



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The Liberal Democrats pledge an extra £2.5bn for England's education budget as they launch their election manifesto.



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UKIP's general election manifesto contains "serious, fully-costed policies", party leader Nigel Farage says ahead of its launch.



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US firm SpaceX fails in its third attempt to retrieve a booster rocket intact, after an otherwise successful launch.



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The European Union's competition commissioner is expected to announce details of its case against Google over its search engine.



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Demonstrators around the world vow to remember the 219 girls abducted in Nigeria one year ago by militant Islamists Boko Haram.



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Houthi rebels in Yemen condemn a UN Security Council arms embargo and call on supporters to hold mass demonstrations.



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Supermarket giant Woolworths takes down an online Anzac Day campaign after it attracted strong criticism on social media.



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Authorities in the US state of Georgia say a woman was accidentally shot by her son-in-law as he was trying to kill an armadillo with a handgun.



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The US Congress will have a say on a nuclear deal with Iran, under a new agreement reached with the White House.



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A number of people have been killed in a surge of fighting in east Ukraine, despite renewed diplomatic efforts to enforce a truce.



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Two Kazakhs go on trial amid great security in one of Austria's most unusual murder cases, two months after the death of the main suspect in jail.



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Hillary Clinton has begun campaigning in Iowa, as the former Secretary of State looks to win over voters in the first nominating contest.



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US President Barack Obama plans to remove Cuba from state sponsors of terrorism list, White House says



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The former security boss of a US lottery is charged with fraud after allegedly hacking the computer that picks the winning numbers.



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US retail sales rose 0.9% in March - the first increase for four months - helped by spending on cars, furniture, clothing and building materials.



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The International Monetary Fund warns that global growth remains moderate, with 'uneven prospects' across the major countries.



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Republican Senator Marco Rubio, 43, says his run for US president in 2016 provides a "generational choice" to voters.



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Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano has died in Montevideo aged 74 after suffering from lung cancer.



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Reigning London marathon champion Wilson Kipsang hits out at the sports authorities in Kenya for suspending his foreign agent without informing him.



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One of Italy's most wanted gangsters is detained on the Costa del Sol in Spain while trying to withdraw money from a post office.



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JPMorgan Chase reports a 12% rise in profit to $5.91bn for the three months to the end of March, as revenue from bond trading improves.



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New wildfires take hold in eastern Siberia, after 23 died in similar blazes to the south-west, Russian officials say.



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Campaigners in the Netherlands are taking the government to court for allegedly failing to protect its citizens from climate change.



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Rights groups welcome China's release of five women's activists who were held for more than a month, saying it was driven by a global outcry.



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Children in Sierra Leone go back to school for the first time in nine months, after they were closed to halt the spread of Ebola.



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A Singaporean logic problem for teenagers has stumped the world, but is that really what's expected of local students?



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At least seven people have been killed in an attack on the higher education ministry in a busy area of Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, witnesses say.



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Iran suspends flights for pilgrims to Saudi Arabia following the alleged sexual assaults of two Iranian boys in Jeddah.



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Some 25% to 30% of Iraqi territory has been taken back from Islamic State (IS) since US-led coalition air strikes began in August, the Pentagon has said.



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Nokia is in talks to buy French rival Alcatel-Lucent in a deal that could create a European telecoms equipment group worth over €40bn.



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India's biggest online retailer Flipkart pulls out of a controversial deal with phone network Airtel after a social media backlash.



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A body is found in the search for Johanna Powell who went missing after a boat capsized in south-east Asia.



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Greece denies reports it is preparing to default on its loans if it cannot reach agreement on its bailout terms with international creditors.



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A Japanese court blocks the restart of two nuclear reactors in the western city of Takahama after locals raise safety concerns.



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The UK's inflation rate remained at a record low of 0% in March, official figures show.



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lundi 13 avril 2015

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi leaves for Washington, where he will seek substantial deliveries of weapons from US President Obama.



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Asian markets headed lower on Tuesday, following the losses on Wall Street ahead of US first quarter corporate results.



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Four koalas being loaned to Singapore by Australia to mark the city state's 50th independence anniversary are given star treatment by Qantas airline.



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The UN Security Council is to vote later on a resolution imposing an arms embargo on Yemen's Houthi rebels and their allies.



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Guenter Grass, German Nobel literature prize winner and author of The Tin Drum, has died aged 87.



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A picture book about two male penguins raising a baby penguin again features on a list of books to have received the most complaints from library users.



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The carcass of a rare whale is washed up on a Western Australia beach following Tropical Cyclone Olwyn, which hit the region last month.



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The founder of French National Front, Jean-Marie Le Pen, says he is pulling out of regional elections amid a row with his daughter.



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Ceremonies are being staged to mark one year since more than 200 girls were abducted in Nigeria by militant Islamists Boko Haram.



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Prime Minister Tony Abbott says another 330 troops will go to Iraq on Wednesday in a training mission expected to last two years.



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A golfer suffers leg injuries after stepping on a crocodile on a golf course in Port Douglas, Queensland.



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Russia and Ukraine agree to call for the withdrawal of more types of weapons in Ukraine's east, amid fresh fears for the truce.



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Two Kazakhs are due to appear in court in Austria in one of the country's most unusual murder trials, after the main suspect died in jail.



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China scraps unlimited Hong Kong entry permits for Shenzhen residents, as repeated shopping trips spark growing anti-mainland sentiment.



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The Green Party launches its general election manifesto with a call to "take back" the NHS and a proposed 60% rate of income tax.



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A Conservative government would extend the right-to-buy scheme to housing association tenants in England, David Cameron is to say, as he unveils his party's general election manifesto.



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Chile's President Michelle Bachelet signs into law a bill recognising civil unions between same-sex couples.



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An Alaska Airlines plane returns to Seattle after a trapped baggage handler is heard banging from inside the cargo hold.



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Nicaragua quarantines a US embassy man who has travelled to Liberia and asks Washington to remove him over Ebola concerns.



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The US raises concerns with Russia after the Kremlin lifted a ban on supplying Iran with S-300 air defence missile systems.



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A white police officer is charged with manslaughter after shooting a black man when apparently mistaking his gun for his Taser.



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A former Blackwater guard is sentenced to life in prison and three others to 30 years over the killing of 14 Iraqi civilians in 2007.



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A possible link between the Hatton Garden jewellery heist and a tool burglary four months before is investigated by Scotland Yard.



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The party of Nigeria's incoming president wins a landslide in elections for powerful state governors, ending the former ruling party's dominance.



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A 56-page scientific notebook compiled by World War Two Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing sells for $1m at a New York auction.



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A Georgian chess grandmaster is expelled from a tournament after apparently using a smartphone in the toilet to check his moves.



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A California woman who shot and stabbed her boyfriend in his Arizona home in 2008 has been sentenced to life in prison.



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PepsiCo will sponsor the National Basketball Association, ending a 28-year deal between its arch rival Coca-Cola and the NBA.



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Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai calls on Nigeria to intensify efforts to free 219 schoolgirls seized by Islamist militants a year ago.



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Russia lifts a ban on supplying Iran with an advanced air defence missile system, after Tehran struck a deal curbing its nuclear activities.



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China frees at least three of five women's rights activists detained for over a month in a case that has earned rebukes from the US and European Union.



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A man appears in a South African court after paint was thrown at a statue of Mahatma Gandhi - following other attacks on historical monuments.



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Nina Ricci perfume and fashion heiress Arlette Ricci sentenced to one year in jail in HSBC tax fraud case



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US officials say they will formally complain over Russia's intercept of a US reconnaissance plane over the Baltic Sea.



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China says Taiwan will not be a member of a new regional bank, but would be welcome in the future under a different name.



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The leader of South Africa's opposition, the Democratic Alliance, says she will not stand for re-election at the party congress next month.



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Iran suspends flights to Saudi Arabia for the lesser Islamic pilgrimage, or Umra, over the alleged sexual assaults of two Iranian boys.



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The trial opens in Turkey of 45 managers and employees charged over a mine disaster in which 301 people were killed last year.



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The family of missing Johanna Powell says the Foreign Office has told them the body of a woman has been found during a search of a river in Laos, south-east Asia.



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A video is released of a white reserve sheriff deputy in Oklahoma fatally shooting a black man after apparently mistaking his gun for his Taser.



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Sudan is voting in elections expected to be won by its war-crimes-indicted president after the main opposition parties called for a boycott.



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Wildfires kill at least 15 people and injure about 400 in the Khakassia region of southern Siberia, Russian media report.



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Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi leaves for Washington, where he will seek substantial deliveries of weapons from US President Barack Obama.



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Three Falkland oil exploration companies have scaled back their operations after a slump in the price of oil.



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Four koalas being loaned to Singapore by Australia to mark the city state's 50th independence anniversary are given star treatment by Qantas airline.



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Veep creator and executive creator Armando Iannucci is leaving the HBO political satire after four seasons.



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Guenter Grass, German Nobel literature prize winner and author of The Tin Drum, has died aged 87.



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A picture book about two male penguins raising a baby penguin again features on a list of books to have received the most complaints from library users.



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A French rail company wants police action taken against Paris-Roubaix cyclists who raced over a level crossing as a train approached.



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A luxury Lamborghini sports car is destroyed and a Ferrari badly damaged when they crash in a tunnel under Beijing, China.



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Rival airports Heathrow and Gatwick - both vying to be the site of a new runway - report record passenger numbers for March.



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Founder of French National Front, Jean-Marie Le Pen, says he is pulling out of regional poll amid row with daughter.



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India's biggest online retailer Flipkart teams up with Mumbai's famous lunchbox delivery men to help them get parcels to customers.



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dimanche 12 avril 2015

US President Barack Obama rebukes Republicans in Congress, saying that partisanship over the Iran nuclear deal has gone too far.



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An online video appears to confirm last month's reports that Islamic State militants in Iraq have destroyed the ruins of the ancient city of Nimrud.



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US President Barack Obama says his historic talks with Cuba's Raul Castro will help both countries to "turn the page" after decades of hostility.



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China scraps unlimited Hong Kong entry permits for Shenzhen residents, as repeated shopping trips spark growing anti-mainland sentiment.



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Turkey recalls its Vatican ambassador after Pope Francis uses the word "genocide" to describe killings of Armenians under Ottoman rule in WW1.



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Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sets out for a tour of key states, after declaring her bid for the US Democratic presidential nomination in 2016.



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A bomb explodes outside Morocco's embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli, hours after two people were shot dead at the South Korean embassy.



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China's monthly trade data shows exports fell in March from a year ago by 14.6% in yuan-terms compared to expectations for a rise of more than 8%.



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Jiang Jiemin, the former energy chief who oversaw state-owned companies, has gone on trial for corruption, Chinese media say.



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A 47-year-old man faces 145 charges of rape, child exploitation and grooming offences allegedly committed in three Australian states.



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Supporters of deceased Gabonese opposition figure Andre Mba Obame set fire to the embassy of Benin during unrest in Gabon's capital, Libreville.



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The far-right Jobbik party in Hungary has won its first ever individual constituency seat in parliament after a narrow victory in a by-election.



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Shares in Asia were mostly up on Monday following gains on Wall Street and a week of highs in Asia.



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Nigerian opposition makes gains in elections for state governors and assemblies, in the final round of the election process.



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Australia says it expects the plunging price of iron ore - its biggest export - to slash revenue forecasts by A$25bn (£13bn; $19bn) over the next four years.



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More than 50 UK university leaders will travel to Brussels on Monday to lobby European policymakers against possible cuts to research funding.



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The Colombian attorney general investigates a group of generals for their alleged roles in the murder of civilians in the "false positives" scandal.



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Jordan Spieth equals the lowest winning score in Masters history to win his first major at Augusta with Justin Rose tied second.



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Ten of thousands of Brazilians have joined demonstrations across the country against government corruption.



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Manuel Pellegrini takes responsibility for Manchester City's slump in form but refuses to discuss his long-term future.



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The family of a seven-year-old boy who fell to his death on a skiing holiday in the French Alps describe him as a "daring, outgoing, determined little boy".



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Labour is to "guarantee" that every policy will be "fully funded" and require no "additional borrowing", at its election manifesto launch on Monday.



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