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<P>Views differ on ETA's demand for a separate homeland, but its announcement of a "permanent ceasefire" has revived collective hopes for peace.</P>

Last Modified: 11 Jan 2011 19:17

<P>Police&nbsp;appealing for help in a murder investigation lock out&nbsp;a national&nbsp;broadcaster after they judge one of its reports to be critical of their operations.</P>

Last Modified: 5 Jan 2011 22:57

<P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 10pt"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: small; FONT-FAMILY: Calibri">"Freedom of expression"&nbsp;has&nbsp;a post-modern, sacrosanct, warm-fuzziness about it. But are those who claim it entirely consistent?</SPAN></P>

Last Modified: 1 Jan 2011 00:10

<P>"It's like we were refugees.&nbsp;They were handing out blankets and sandwiches.&nbsp;People were sleeping where they could.&nbsp;It was crazy," one stranded traveller says.</P>

Last Modified: 21 Dec 2010 20:57

<P>Britain's students are angry at the rise in tuition fees and Labour's student organisation has been quick to jump on the bandwagon, but&nbsp;steep tuition fee&nbsp;rises&nbsp;are a New Labour legacy.</P>

Last Modified: 11 Dec 2010 04:13

<P>After four and a half years in Greece, our correspondent is leaving the country and says the nation is in a far worse state than when he arrived.</P>

Last Modified: 29 Nov 2010 16:34

<P><SPAN lang=EN-US style="COLOR: black; mso-ansi-language: EN-US">After years micro-managing Russia's emerging democracy, is the Kremlin now ready to ease-off the reigns of power and allow more new political parties to challenge the dominance of ruling party United Russia?</SPAN></P>

Last Modified: 25 Nov 2010 15:01

<P>Neither the issue of command responsibility, nor the question of mass rape as a weapon of war, are new to international law, but having them conjoined, as alleged&nbsp;in the Bemba case, is a new and important development.</P>

Last Modified: 22 Nov 2010 23:49