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Leipzig :: Germany | 29 days ago

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Phishing attacks A hacker wanted by Swiss prosecutors has been arrested in Thailand following a request for extradition by the Swiss federal prosecutor, the Justice Ministry announced today.   [...] Tax evasion Libor case Spreading the word Swiss

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Moscow :: Russia | 29 days ago

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The "international order" is at stake in the crisis in Ukraine, William Hague has said, after Vladimir Putin signed a treaty absorbing Crimea into Russia. The foreign secretary told MPs that Russia's "land grab" was totally unjustified and there was

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Ottawa :: Canada | 29 days ago

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Taipei, March 18 (CNA) Taiwanese youths will have the opportunity for the first time to attend the third review conference of the Mine Ban Treaty that will be held later this year, a government official said Tuesday.

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Chişinău :: Moldova | 29 days ago

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Natalia Gherman is Moldova's Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Foreign and European Affairs. She was previously her country's ambassador to Sweden and Austria. She spoke to EurActiv's Tanja Milevska in a phone interview What is Moldova's position on

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Rome :: Italy | 29 days ago

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The court was told that overcrowding in Italian jails would put him at risk of inhuman and degrading' treatment and might worsen his chronic chest pains. Judge Riddle said he was bound by precedent set in an earlier case. I won't bore you with the

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Simferopol' :: Ukraine | 30 days ago

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Opinion One day after a referendum in Crimea that saw 95 percent of voters

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Nuremberg :: Germany | 30 days ago

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The title seems almost ludicrous, and yet that is the role Henry Gerecke filled when he became Army chaplain to the Nazi leadership during the post-World War II Nuremberg Trials . Journalist Tim Townsend tells the unlikely story of Gerecke a middle-

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Tōkyō :: Japan | 30 days ago

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If you look back upon the history of the world you will see how helpless peoples have too often been a prey to powers that had no conscience in the matter Now, the world, expressing its conscience in law, says there is an end of that...The speaker

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Mogadishu :: Somalia | 1 month ago

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West Africa's coastal states need to step up co-ordination to beat the growing incidence of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, says an international maritime organisation. Unlike Somalia, there is no failed state in the Gulf of Guinea, says the

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Sololá :: Guatemala | 1 month ago

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0 Councillors mentioned in this article For the 200 members of controversial ultra-orthodox sect Lev Tahor, the choice to move to from Quebec to Ontario last November had been a considered one: Members saw their new home province as a place more

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