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'Shooting gallery' helps addicts in Europe's richest country
'Shooting gallery' helps addicts in Europe's richest country
Far from the glitzy bank buildings and boutiques in Luxembourg city sits a run-down prefab building behind the railway station that shows another...
DNA shows first modern Briton had dark skin, blue eyes
DNA shows first modern Briton had dark skin, blue eyes
The first modern Briton had dark skin and blue eyes, London scientists said on Wednesday, following groundbreaking DNA analysis of the remains of a...
Dutch, Belgians launch raids as Europe egg scandal grows
Dutch, Belgians launch raids as Europe egg scandal grows
Dutch and Belgian investigators launched joint raids on Thursday over Europe's insecticide-tainted egg scare as Britain said it had imported far...
ArcelorMittal CEO becomes steelmaker's chairperson
ArcelorMittal CEO becomes steelmaker's chairperson
ArcelorMittal chief executive Lakshmi Mittal became chairperson of the steelmaker on Tuesday, increasing his control over the company.
EU court crushes Microsoft's antitrust appeal
EU court crushes Microsoft's antitrust appeal
A European Union court upheld a landmark 2004 European Commission antitrust decision against Microsoft on Monday in a crucial victory for the...
Mittal, Arcelor to forge new steel giant
Mittal, Arcelor to forge new steel giant
The world's two biggest steelmakers -- Mittal Steel and Arcelor -- agreed on Sunday on a deal that forges a new force in the global steel business,...
Microsoft spars with rivals over code access
Microsoft spars with rivals over code access
Microsoft sparred with its rivals on Thursday about how much information it should give them to make servers more compatible as judges questioned...
Greece wins exclusive European rights to 'feta' name
Greece wins exclusive European rights to 'feta' name
The European Union's highest court weighed on Tuesday into a long-standing battle over the use of the feta name for cheese, ruling that it can only...
McEwen wins Tour de France second stage
McEwen wins Tour de France second stage
Australian Robbie McEwen won a thrilling bunch sprint to claim the second stage of the Tour de France here Monday over 228,5km of racing between...
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...
Storm over African immigrants clouds EU talks
Storm over African immigrants clouds EU talks
Controversy over the frequently tragic attempts of African immigrants to storm the European Union's Spanish borders clouded European Union talks on...
EU approves DRC force to secure elections
EU approves DRC force to secure elections
The European Union gave the green light on Monday to deploy a 2 000-strong force to help secure the first multiparty elections in four decades...

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