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Tuesday, 29 February, 2000, 06:23 GMT


US applauds Haider resignation
The United States gives a qualified welcome to the resignation of the leader of Austria's far right Freedom Party, Joerg Haider.

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Van Gogh 'Looted' art lists unveiled
Hundreds of works of art suspected of having been looted by the Nazis are hanging in the UK's galleries, a report is to reveal.

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rescuer and family Race to save flood victims
More help is on its way for the thousands of Mozambicans stranded in trees and on rooftops by rising flood waters.

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Demonstrators demand justice for Timor
Violent demonstrations greet Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid on his first visit to East Timor since it voted for independence.

Livingstone keeps London guessing
Ken Livingstone meets the deputy prime minister for talks on his future, but leaves London no clearer over whether he plans to run as mayor.


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