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Madrid takes control of Catalan public broadcaster

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Seoul: 'Time running out to prevent a nuclear N. Korea'

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THE DEBATE

City power: The growing clout of big urban areas

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Was Chilean poet Pablo Neruda murdered?

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ENCORE!

Music show: To 'Joon Moon' and back

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BUSINESS DAILY

Japan's stocks on record winning streak after Abe's election victory

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The pine cone line: A train ride through rural Provence

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TALKING EUROPE

David McAllister: 'EU involvement in Catalonia could set a precedent'

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TALKING EUROPE

Glyphosate: Should the EU re-authorise the weedkiller chemical?

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Latest update 22/03/2010

Full coverage of the 2010 French regional elections

In two rounds of voting to elect 1,880 regional representatives on March 14 and 21, French voters dealt a stinging blow to President Nicolas Sarkozy’s UMP party, which gained just 35.5 percent of the national vote. The resounding victory for the Socialist Party and its left-wing allies (54.12 percent), who won all but one of the 22 regions in mainland France, has made the left a credible challenger for the 2012 presidential election.

Background
French regional elections: the knives are out

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French elections: secularism under threat?

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The Le Pen line of succession

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