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Dario Thuburn

Dario Thuburn

    Britain prepares to vote in election cliffhanger
    Britain prepares to vote in election cliffhanger
    Britons head to the polls for an unpredictable election that could usher in a fragmented government and even force another election this year.
    Pope meets his predecessor for first time in history
    Pope meets his predecessor for first time in history
    Pope Francis has flown in to a papal residence near Rome for an unprecedented encounter with "pope emeritus" Benedict XVI.
    Pope's butler sentenced to 18 months over Vatileaks scandal
    Pope's butler sentenced to 18 months over Vatileaks scandal
    The pope's former butler has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing secret documents from the Vatican that revealed fraud and intrigue.
    Greece closes in on coalition deal
    Greece closes in on coalition deal
    Greece has begun a second day of coalition talks under the gun from financial markets and world powers after elections won by a pro-euro party.
    Greece rushes to form government after election
    Greece rushes to form government after election
    Greece raced to form a coalition by the end of Monday after an election victory by pro-bailout parties eased global fears of a Greek eurozone exit.
    Global anti-abuse conference set for the Vatican
    Global anti-abuse conference set for the Vatican
    Catholic leaders from around the world will meet next week for a conference to combat child abuse which will include a penitential service.
    Crew, honeymooners rescued from Italy cruise disaster
    Crew, honeymooners rescued from Italy cruise disaster
    Emergency services are searching for those still missing as honeymooners and a crew member have been rescued from the cruise ship wreck near Italy.
    Panic on cruise ship 'like on the Titanic'
    Panic on cruise ship 'like on the Titanic'
    Three people have died and several went missing after a cruise ship accident off an Italian island sparked chaos as passengers tried to get off.
    Italy pins hopes on €10bn bond sale to solve debt woes
    Italy pins hopes on €10bn bond sale to solve debt woes
    The EU is headed for Rome for talks as the Italian treasury launches a €10-billion bond sale to try to stem the nation's debt crisis.
    Agreed reforms pave the way for Berlusconi's resignation
    Agreed reforms pave the way for Berlusconi's resignation
    Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is set to resign after a parliamentary revolt and a wave of market panic that has shaken the eurozone.
    Tunisian leader vows 'total break' with old regime
    Tunisian leader vows 'total break' with old regime
    Tunisia's interim president on Wednesday promised a "total break" with the past and hailed "a revolution of dignity and liberty".