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Bigger role for Afghan army
Bigger role for Afghan army
Afghanistan's President, Hamid Karzai, is expected to propose a radical expansion of the Afghan army and call for his troops to take over security...
Case against God dismissed in Romanian court
Case against God dismissed in Romanian court
A Romanian man who sued God for "fraud" and "betrayal of trust" for failing to answer his prayers has had his case dismissed in court, a newspaper...
Russia's Putin stands firm against Nato
Russia's Putin stands firm against Nato
President Vladimir Putin on Friday maintained Russian opposition to a United States missile defence system and Nato's enlargement during talks with...
Tensions rise at Russia-Nato summit
Tensions rise at Russia-Nato summit
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday started a tense summit with Nato leaders amid mounting tensions over United States anti-missile defence...
Bush sets up Nato clash over Ukraine, Georgia
Bush sets up Nato clash over Ukraine, Georgia
United States President George Bush set the stage for a clash at his last Nato summit on Wednesday by pressing reluctant West European allies to...
Return of Dracula's Castle 'was illegal'
Return of Dracula's Castle 'was illegal'
Romanian lawmakers said on Tuesday that the Transylvanian fortress commonly known as Dracula's Castle was illegally returned to an heir of...
Heatwave, fires wreak havoc in Europe
Heatwave, fires wreak havoc in Europe
Twelve Romanians died and firefighters, soldiers and volunteers battled wildfires across south-eastern Europe on Tuesday as a heatwave broke...
Killer heatwave and floods hit Europe
Killer heatwave and floods hit Europe
A searing heatwave has killed at least 44 people across southern Europe, while in Britain torrential rain claimed three lives and forced hundreds...
Bulgaria, Romania make it to EU
Bulgaria, Romania make it to EU
Former communist states Bulgaria and Romania made it into the European Union on New Year's on Monday, a historic moment that drew thousands to...
Romania probes 'foreign plot' to worsen weather
Romania probes 'foreign plot' to worsen weather
The Romanian Senate has opened an inquiry into "indications" that floods that have battered the country were the result of a "meteorological war...
Hundreds evacuated after Romanian dyke bursts
Hundreds evacuated after Romanian dyke bursts
About 1 000 people were evacuated on Monday morning in southern Romania, after high water levels on the Danube opened two cracks in a dyke in...
Danube dyke bursts, forcing many to flee
Danube dyke bursts, forcing many to flee
A thousand people fled on Monday and at least another 9 000 were on stand-by for evacuation in Romania after the swollen River Danube burst...

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