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Obama on tour: 'If it's Saturday, it must be London'

The Democratic presidential candidate has shored up his foreign-policy credentials with his carefully orchestrated globe-trotting. But it remains to be seen whether this will impress the folks back home, says Foreign Editor Raymond Whitaker

A man holds the new 100 billion dollar note, Harare, Zimbabwe, 24 July 2008

Firm with licence to print Mugabe's money

The Mugabe regime's final lifeline is a small Vienna-based software company that helps it to keep printing the money it relies on for its survival, The Independent can reveal.

Josef Fritzl, is expected to go on trial before the end of the year

Fritzl daughter questioned

The woman allegedly held captive by her father for 24 years has been questioned by prosecutors for the first time, it was reported today.

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