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A sticker with a no smoking sign adorns the glass door of a Berlin shopping mall 31 January 2008. Germany, France and Portugal joined many of their neighbours with anti-smoking bans in bars, restaurants and cafes from 01 January 2008, lifting the grey haze that was part of their romantic atmosphere for more than a century. Europe started 2008 with a raft of new laws against smoking, air pollution and even junk food adverts, but some grumbled that the New Year's resolutions from the "nanny state" cramped their style.     AFP PHOTO JOHN MACDOUGALL (Photo credit should read JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images)
A sticker with a no smoking sign adorns the glass door of a Berlin shopping mall 31 January 2008. Germany, France and Portugal joined many of their neighbours with anti-smoking bans in bars, restaurants and cafes from 01 January 2008, lifting the grey haze that was part of their romantic atmosphere for more than a century. Europe started 2008 with a raft of new laws against smoking, air pollution and even junk food adverts, but some grumbled that the New Year's resolutions from the "nanny state" cramped their style.     AFP PHOTO JOHN MACDOUGALL (Photo credit should read JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images)

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