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09:55 | 0 | Tanjug
Traditional five-day carnival in Rio de Janeiro was officially opened on Friday to sounds of drums when Rio's mayor Eduardo Paes handed the key to the city to the mythical figure who reigns over the chaos of Carnival.
09:53 | 0 | Ukrinform
The sale of tickets for the matches of the UEFA EURO 2012 European Football Championship has been launched, with ceremonies held in Kyiv and Warsaw at 1700 on March 1.
18:01 | 0 | Tanjug
Forces loyal to Gaddafi have gained control over several crucial cities, Libyan state television reported, which opposition negates. AFP reports that protesters are in control of Ras Lanuf, while Reuters says Gaddafi’s forces advance toward Benghazi.