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Italians get into big match mode

Switzerland and visiting Italy drew 1-1 in a friendly played six days before the start of the 2010 football World Cup in South Africa.
Gokhan Inler and Fabio Quagliarella were on target here on Saturday in the first half at the Stade de Geneve, where both sides seemed pleased with the draw and c

H1N1 pandemic still on: WHO

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark applaud a musical performance by students during a visit to the John

The H1N1 pandemic is not yet over although its most intense activity has passed in many parts of the world, the World Health Organisation said on Thursday after a review of the flu outbreak by indepen

WTO questions China curbs

China’s curbs on exports of some raw materials to conserve resources may not meet the stated goals while giving Chinese manufacturers an unfair advantage, the World Trade Organisation said on Monday.

Rare stamp may fetch record price at auction


One of the world’s rarest stamps is going up for auction this weekend and could fetch a record-breaking price, the head of a Geneva auction house said.

India, Brazil challenge EU on drugs at WTO

India and Brazil launched a trade dispute against the European Union and the Netherlands on Wednesday over the seizure of generic medicines in transit.
The request for consultations, the first step in a formal World Trade Organisation dispute, ratchets up the pressure in a row pitting the intellectual property rights of pharmaceuticals corporations against access to affordable medicine for people in poor countries.

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