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Let's start the weekend with a re-cap of the key international headlines, shall we?

* Catholic and Russian Orthodox leaders end 1000-year standoff
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* Assad comes out fighting and says will take back “whole country” in interview 
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* Cameron meets Merkel in last pre-summit referendum talks 
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* Greek farmers’ pension protests bring violence to Athens
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It is a meeting that may signal the beginning of the end of nearly 1000 years of bitter and often bloody rivalry between two branches of the Christian church. Pope Francis met Patriarch Kirill in Cuba, the Catholic pontiff on his way to Mexico for a five-day visit, while the Russian Orthodox leader was exercising a little soft power on behalf of the Kremlin. Pope Francis has spoken recently…
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Good morning. Here are the key headlines so far this morning:
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Sales of self-defence equipment are said be on the rise in some countries in Europe. Taser devices can currently be bought legally over the counter in Poland, Slovakia, France, the Czech Republic and Germany. Store owner Andreas Engels from Frankfurt thinks demand began to grow towards the end of the year. “People weren’t sure themselves why they were buying the guns, it…
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France’s Socialist President Francois Hollande reshuffled his government on Thursday to prepare for 2017 presidential elections by bringing back his former prime minister to his cabinet as well as three Green politicians. Former prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault becomes foreign minister, replacing Laurent Fabius who is leaving to head the country’s top constitutional council. After…
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Ayrault is a good choice as foreign minister. I was really worried by the prospect of Segolène Royal getting the job.
Ayrault used to be prime minister in the first Hollande government and speaks fluently German. 
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Scientists have been trying to detect gravitational waves, or ripples in the fabric of space-time, ever since Albert Einstein published his theory about their existence 100 years ago. Today, the game-changing discovery of these waves seems closer than ever. The European Gravitational Observatory (EGO) and the VIRGO Collaboration are to hold a press conference in which researchers are expected…
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Greece’s former “rock-star” finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, is launching a pan-European political movement to "democratise Europe". Euronews' Isabelle Kumar will interview him next week and will be asking some of your questions. Leave yours in the comments below.
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What do you think would happen if Britain left the EU?
At an upcoming EU summit, leaders are hoping a deal with David Cameron to avoid a UK exit from the European Union could also help to tackle multiple crises. The British prime minister wants a tougher line on migration, a shift of power back to national governments, and less regulation to make Europe more competitive. Or could the reforms undermine EU authority, leaving Europe weaker and more…
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Do you need a taxi and don’t have cash or a credit card? Well if you’re in Hungary’s capital Budapest you’re in luck if you hold some bitcoin. It is the latest city where you can use the virtual currency to pay your cab driver. Bitcoin is known for several things – the volatility of its value against traditional currencies and fact that the electronic…
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The stage is set, now all that remains is for the lead actors to arrive. A historic reunion of East and West is scheduled for Friday (February 12) when the heads of the Russian Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches will meet in Cuba. Political agenda? Analysts suggest the meeting would not be possible without the backing of Russian President Vladimir Putin,however, Patriarch Kirill’s…
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Not all priest are child molesters lady, and your Antichrist will be a Protestant.
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NATO ships are making their way to the Aegean Sea to help Turkey and Greece crackdown on criminal networks smuggling refugees and migrants into Europe. The alliance’s top commander said he was working quickly to design the mission, just hours after defence ministers agreed to use their maritime force to help combat traffickers. Although the plan is still to be detailed to …
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[no comment] Elephant goes crazy in India
An elephant caused panic in the town of Siliguri in West Bengal state in India. It smashed several houses before being captured by the authorities who used a tranquilliser gun to subdue the animal. The female elephant was then taken to a special park for domesticated pachyderms. At euronews we believe in the intelligence of our viewers and we think that the mission of a news channel is to deliver…
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They are quite intelligent, that is why they are starting to retaliate! Good for them!
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[Picture of the day] Curtain goes up soon for the Baftas

Preparations are well under ahead of this weekend’s BAFTA ceremony to be held on Saturday, February 13. PIctures of guests are placed on the seats inside London’s Royal Opera House. REUTERS/Toby Melville

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How can the best talents win if they're not even nominated?; for example, Daniel Craig
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