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Mexico is in a party mood, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 1910 Revolution. Festivities include fireworks and parades, with a number of spin-off events, including a food festival in Playa del Carmen tomorrow ( tasteofplaya.com).

Traffic control fault delays 700 German flights

A regional air traffic control system outage sharply limited flights around much of northern Europe yesterday, causing delays for some 700 flights.

Maastricht marijuana is for locals only, rules EU

No drugs please, you're foreigners.

Van Marwijk guided by results in putting an end to Dutch squabbles

They have had tactical innovators like Louis van Gaal and Guus Hiddink. They have given the national team to footballers like Marco van Basten or Frank Rijkaard who displayed an aura, a presence. They all achieved something with Holland but they never took them to a World Cup final in the way that a man who seemed to possess none of these qualities has.

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Hamish McRae: A future without the euro is a distinct possibility

The global recession has changed everything, exposing grave structural problems within the European economy.

Hamish McRae: The biggest poser for the new Government: where will the growth come from?

Economic Life: Policymakers assumed that the tax boost was the result of an improved structural growth rate, whereas it was the result of an unsustainable cyclical boom

Raise your game by going to the Continent

Why don’t more cash-strapped graduates choose to study in Europe?

Ex-SS man, 88, guilty of wartime deaths

An 88-year-old man was convicted of murder today for the killing of Dutch civilians during the Second World War as part of a Nazi SS hit squad.

Interest rates 'could rise without spending openness'

The Government's "lack of openness" over future public sector cuts and tax hikes could lead to a rise in interest rates, Tories warned today.

EU President's secret bid for economic power

The new President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, is using the financial crisis sweeping the eurozone to launch an audacious grab for power over national budgets, leaked documents reveal.

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The Euro MBA combines home study with residential trips to build contacts

Broaden your horizons with international study

Venturing overseas to get a degree makes you attractive to employers – and it's fun

European Commission asks UK to deliver £25bn a year in spending cuts

The European Commission will propose tomorrow that the UK's budget deficit be brought down from a prospective 12 per cent of GDP to just 3 per cent by 2014-15, requiring tax increases and public spending cuts as yet unimagined by the main political parties. It would mean about £25bn in spending cuts and tax rises every year.

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