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Experts say Ireland should clarify abortion laws

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland should allow limited access to abortion by clarifying the conditions under which women can terminate pregnancies, experts have concluded in a report that will fuel a debate which has split the country and led to tensions within the coalition.

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Catalonia to test Spanish unity with separatist vote

BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - Spain's Catalonia region, fed up with the tax demands of cash-strapped Madrid, was expected to elect on Sunday a separatist government that will try to hold a referendum on independence.

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Catalans vote in pro-independence fervour

BARCELONA: Whipped up in a pro-independence fervour, millions of Catalans vote Sunday in a snap election that could result in a redrawing of the map of Spain.

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Catalonia votes in struggle over nationhood

BARCELONA: Independence flags fluttering from balconies, Catalans voted Sunday in an election that could set the region on a path to divorce from Spain.

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Catalonia to test Spanish unity with separatist vote

BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - Spain's Catalonia region, fed up with the tax demands of cash-strapped Madrid, was expected to elect on Sunday a separatist government that will try to hold a referendum on independence.

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Opponents of Egypt's Mursi call Cairo protest for Tuesday

CAIRO (Reuters) - Political parties angered by President Mohamed Mursi's decision to grant himself sweeping new powers have called on their supporters to protest against the move on Tuesday in Cairo.

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Opponents of Egypt's Mursi call Cairo protest for Tuesday

CAIRO (Reuters) - Political parties angered by President Mohamed Mursi's decision to grant himself sweeping new powers have called on their supporters to protest against the move on Tuesday in Cairo.

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Bumbling bomb plot exposes Poland's dark side

KRAKOW, Poland (Reuters) - The Polish man arrested for plotting to blow up parliament was not difficult for intelligence agents to spot. Acquaintances say he put up posters advertising classes on home-made explosives, and anti-government comments were posted on the Internet from his email address.

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Protests after "pharaoh" Mursi assumes powers in Egypt

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi's decision to assume sweeping powers caused fury amongst his opponents and prompted violent clashes in central Cairo and other cities on Friday.

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Protests after "pharaoh" Mursi assumes powers

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi's decision to assume sweeping powers caused fury amongst his opponents and prompted violent clashes in central Cairo and other cities on Friday.