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Ingrid Melander

Ingrid Melander

    Greece opens Acropolis Museum, wants marbles back
    Greece opens Acropolis Museum, wants marbles back
    Greece inaugurated its long-delayed Acropolis Museum on Saturday with the prime minister calling for the Classical Parthenon marbles, held in...
    Fuel prices hit chaotic West African travel
    Fuel prices hit chaotic West African travel
    Chaotic transport is a part of life in West Africa, but getting to work has become even harder as rocketing fuel prices ignite protests by bus and...
    Push for UN monitors in Zimbabwe
    Push for UN monitors in Zimbabwe
    The United States and European Union plan a joint call for United Nations monitors to be sent to Zimbabwe after a human rights group alleged...
    EU to fingerprint foreigners to beef up borders
    EU to fingerprint foreigners to beef up borders
    The European Commission unveiled on Wednesday a plan to fingerprint all foreigners visiting 24 European countries.
    EU to give 'tough message' to Mugabe at summit
    EU to give 'tough message' to Mugabe at summit
    European Union governments agreed on Monday to give a "clear and tough" message to Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on human rights at a summit...
    Bar Mugabe from EU-Africa meet, say Nordic countries
    Bar Mugabe from EU-Africa meet, say Nordic countries
    Sweden and Finland on Thursday called for Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to be excluded from a European Union-Africa summit in December but...
    Commonwealth: EU should invite Mugabe to summit
    Commonwealth: EU should invite Mugabe to summit
    The European Union (EU) should invite Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe to a planned summit with Africa because barring him would jeopardise...
    Poverty tourism brings cash to SA townships
    Poverty tourism brings cash to SA townships
    Seeing buses full of tourists looking for a glimpse of South African poverty, squatter camp resident Lawrence Rolomana decided to try to earn a...
    South Africa divided over Vlok trial
    South Africa divided over Vlok trial
    As senior apartheid-era security officials go to court on Friday, South Africans are divided over whether it will help reveal the truth and...
    Families of Bulgarian HIV nurses plead EU to help
    Families of Bulgarian HIV nurses plead EU to help
    Families of foreign medics sentenced to death for infecting Libyan children with the virus that causes Aids urged European Union leaders in...
    EU agrees on weakened anti-racism law
    EU agrees on weakened anti-racism law
    The European Union agreed on Thursday on a watered-down anti-racism law, reflecting wide divergences among the bloc's 27 states on how to tackle...
    EU, SA clinch deal on car tariffs
    EU, SA clinch deal on car tariffs
    The European Union and South Africa said on Tuesday they had cleared up the last details in the way of long-planned cuts to tariffs on car exports...