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Debt crisis: as it happened – October 19, 2011 – Telegraph.co.uk



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Debt crisis: as it happened – October 19, 2011
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Visit the Telegraph Finance page for the latest on the eurozone debt crisis. We'll be back tomorrow. 22.53 Moody's has also downgraded five Spanish banks: Banco Santander, BBVA, CaixaBank , La Caixa and Confederación Española de Cajas de Ahorros (CECA)
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Somali kidnappers demand money for return of dead French hostage’s body – Telegraph.co.uk



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Somali kidnappers demand money for return of dead French hostage's body
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The kidnappers of a disabled Frenchwoman who died after being dragged from her home in Kenya are now demanding a ransom for the return of her body, France said on Thursday. By Henry Samuel, Paris Marie Dedieu, 66, was kidnapped on October 1 and taken
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Nicolas Sarkozy speaks of ‘profound joy’ at daughter’s birth – Telegraph.co.uk



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Nicolas Sarkozy speaks of 'profound joy' at daughter's birth
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Nicolas Sarkozy set the tone for his new daughter's low-key birth today, declaring it a "very profound joy, a joy all the deeper because it is private”. Nicolas Sarkozy leaves the La Muette clinic Photo: AP By Henry Samuel, Paris Mr Sarkozy and his
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Libya: Gaddafi stronghold Bani Walid falls, NTC forces claim – Telegraph.co.uk



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Libya: Gaddafi stronghold Bani Walid falls, NTC forces claim
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Libyan revolutionary forces claimed to have conquered the holdout city of Bani Walid after Gaddafi loyalists deserted their positions and scattered into the countryside. By Ben Farmer, Sirte and Damien McElroy Libyan revolutionary forces claimed to
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Animals ‘shrinking’ due to climate change – Telegraph.co.uk



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Animals 'shrinking' due to climate change
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Polar bears are shrinking because of the impact of climate change on their natural habitats, along with many other animals and plants, researchers say. By Nick Collins, Science Correspondent Rising global temperatures and changes in weather patterns
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Medecins Sans Frontieres pull foreign staff from aid camp after kidnapping – Telegraph.co.uk



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Medecins Sans Frontieres pull foreign staff from aid camp after kidnapping
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All international staff working for Medecins Sans Frontieres in the world's largest refugee camp in Kenya are to be evacuated following the abduction of two of its Spanish logisticians, the medical charity said on Friday night.
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Syrian president dismisses calls for him to step down as ‘worthless’ – Telegraph.co.uk



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Syrian president dismisses calls for him to step down as 'worthless'
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Basher al-Assad claimed he was “not worried” about unrest sweeping the country, and threatened repercussions if outside powers tried to intervene militarily. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad speaking on television after the 'iftar' meal that breaks the
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FTSE live: market report – as it happened August 18, 2011 – Telegraph.co.uk



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FTSE live: market report – as it happened August 18, 2011
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Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 fell 1.25pc to 8943.76 after the finance ministry said exports fell 3.3pc from a year earlier to 5.78 trillion yen ($ 75.6 billion). The downturn was largely due to the strengthening yen and the ongoing impact of the March
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Cuba celebrates Fidel Castro’s 85th birthday – Telegraph.co.uk



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Cuba celebrates Fidel Castro's 85th birthday
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Singers and musicians gather to honour Fidel Castro with a birthday concert for the former Cuban leader's 85th birthday. Musicians and dancers from across Latin America paid tribute to the former Cuban leader and revolutionary with a concert held at
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21 militants killed in drone strike – Telegraph.co.uk



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21 militants killed in drone strike
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Two American missiles hit a militant camp in Pakistan early Wednesday morning, killing up to 21 suspected militants as they prepared a meal before their Ramadan fast, according to security officials. By Rob Crilly, Islamabad The drone strike dashes
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