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What happend on February 10th 2007

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IAEA suspends Iran aid projects

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 0:33
related countries: Iran Iran

The UN nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, says it has frozen almost half its technical aid projects involving Iran.
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Peru leader quizzed over killings

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 2:56
related countries: Peru Peru

The Peruvian president denies responsibility for the deaths of over 100 inmates during a 1986 jail riot.
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Portugal set to vote on abortion

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 3:56
related countries: Portugal Portugal

The campaign for abortion reform in Portugal ended on Friday with both sides confident.
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UN troops flood into Haiti slum

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 4:08
related countries: Haiti Haiti

Hundreds of UN soldiers enter a Haiti slum in a big operation against gangs that sparks a major gun battle.
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New bird flu outbreak in S Korea

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 5:39
related countries: South Korea South Korea
related places: Seoul

South Korea culls thousands of chickens after its sixth bird flu outbreak in three months near the capital, Seoul.
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Model's death remains a mystery

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 8:18
related countries: United States United States

Initial autopsy findings on ex-model Anna Nicole Smith have not revealed how she died, US doctors say.
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Saturday 10th of February 2007, 9:39
related countries: Hungary Hungary, United Kingdom United Kingdom

Hungary says there is no evidence a UK bird flu outbreak was caused by poultry from the country.
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Swiss still braced for nuclear war

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 11:58
related countries: Switzerland Switzerland

Imogen Foulkes says Switzerland is still preparing for nuclear war, 17 years after the Cold War ended.
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Trying to stay safe in Haiti

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 12:04
related countries: Haiti Haiti

Nick Caistor travels to Haiti where he finds his best protection against the kidnap gangs is his local driver.
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Anti-apartheid stalwart mourned

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 12:51
related countries: South Africa South Africa

South Africa's president leads tributes at the funeral of veteran anti-apartheid campaigner Adelaide Tambo.
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Cricket: Afridi in four-match ban

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 14:22
related countries: Pakistan Pakistan

Pakistan's Shahid Afridi is to miss the start of the World Cup after receiving a four-match suspension for a row with a fan.
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Doors locked for many Italy games

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 14:41
related countries: Italy Italy

Italian football is resuming, a week after a policeman was killed, but many stadiums remain closed.
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Clockwatch: England 20-7 Italy

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 14:48
related countries: Italy Italy

England labour to victory against Italy with Jason Robinson scoring a try at Twickenham.
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No deal yet in North Korea talks

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 14:50
related countries: North Korea North Korea

Talks on North Korea's nuclear programme will enter a fourth day on Sunday with a deal still elusive.
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Mauritania 'to let migrants land'

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 14:52
related countries: Mauritania Mauritania, Spain Spain

Mauritania agrees to let a stricken ship carrying several hundred migrants ashore, the Spanish government says.
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Rugby: England edge out Italy

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 15:17
related countries: Italy Italy

England win in uninspiring fashion against Italy at Twickenham.
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Obama launches presidential bid

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 17:42
related countries: United States United States
related places: White House

Democratic Senator Barack Obama formalises his bid for the White House, calling for US troops to leave Iraq.
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New command for US Iraq forces

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 19:16
related countries: Iraq Iraq, United States United States

The new head of US forces in Iraq, Lt Gen David Petraeus, formally takes charge ahead of a big security push.
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Putin attacks 'very dangerous' US

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 19:36
related countries: United States United States
related places: America

Russia's president says America's "almost uncontained" use of force is fuelling a nuclear arms race.
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Putin attacks 'very dangerous' US

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 19:36
related countries: Iran Iran, Germany Germany

Russia's president says America's "almost uncontained" use of force is fuelling a nuclear arms race.
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Israeli PM's aide in graft probe

Saturday 10th of February 2007, 22:51
related countries: Israel Israel

A top aide to Israeli PM Ehud Olmert is suspended for six months as part of a growing corruption scandal.
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