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Netanyahu condemns 'tyrants of Tehran' in Holocaust speech

Netanyahu condemns 'tyrants of Tehran' in Holocaust speech Netanyahu condemns 'tyrants of Tehran' in Holocaust speech
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged action against "the tyrants of Tehran" in a Holocaust memorial speech Thursday, comparing what...
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Barnier warns of post-Brexit 'consequences' for UK, EU citizens

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Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, warned Tuesday that "concrete consequences" would follow for EU and UK citizens as Britain...
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EU judges join Polish colleagues to protest 'muzzle law'

EU judges join Polish colleagues to protest 'muzzle law' EU judges join Polish colleagues to protest 'muzzle law'
Hundreds of Polish judges dressed in formal black robes marched in Warsaw on Saturday to protest a draft law aimed at punishing justices who...
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Germany warns of 'second Syria' as EU hosts Libya PM

Germany warns of 'second Syria' as EU hosts Libya PM Germany warns of 'second Syria' as EU hosts Libya PM
EU leaders met the head of Libya's UN-recognised government Wednesday as they scramble to contain the escalating crisis there, with Germany...
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Croatia president faces leftist challenge in uncertain vote

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Croatia elects a new president Sunday in an uncertain vote where the conservative incumbent -- trying to unite a fractured right wing -- faces...
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Sixty years on, Africa still seeks right model for growth

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Central European mayors sign 'pact of free cities'

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Four central European capitals, all at odds with their countries' populist governments, signed a deal Monday in Budapest to seek more EU funding...
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Victorious Johnson urges Britain to move past Brexit divide

Victorious Johnson urges Britain to move past Brexit divide Victorious Johnson urges Britain to move past Brexit divide
Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on Britons to put years of bitter divisions over the country's EU membership behind them as he vowed to...
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EU leader urges MEPs to back green growth plan

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Netanyahu condemns 'tyrants of Tehran' in Holocaust speech

Netanyahu condemns 'tyrants of Tehran' in Holocaust speech Netanyahu condemns 'tyrants of Tehran' in Holocaust speech
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged action against "the tyrants of Tehran" in a Holocaust memorial speech Thursday, comparing what...
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Barnier warns of post-Brexit 'consequences' for UK, EU citizens

Barnier warns of post-Brexit 'consequences' for UK, EU citizens Barnier warns of post-Brexit 'consequences' for UK, EU citizens
Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, warned Tuesday that "concrete consequences" would follow for EU and UK citizens as Britain...
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EU judges join Polish colleagues to protest 'muzzle law'

EU judges join Polish colleagues to protest 'muzzle law' EU judges join Polish colleagues to protest 'muzzle law'
Hundreds of Polish judges dressed in formal black robes marched in Warsaw on Saturday to protest a draft law aimed at punishing justices who...
Read More...

Germany warns of 'second Syria' as EU hosts Libya PM

Germany warns of 'second Syria' as EU hosts Libya PM Germany warns of 'second Syria' as EU hosts Libya PM
EU leaders met the head of Libya's UN-recognised government Wednesday as they scramble to contain the escalating crisis there, with Germany...
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Croatia president faces leftist challenge in uncertain vote

Croatia president faces leftist challenge in uncertain vote Croatia president faces leftist challenge in uncertain vote
Croatia elects a new president Sunday in an uncertain vote where the conservative incumbent -- trying to unite a fractured right wing -- faces...
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Sixty years on, Africa still seeks right model for growth

Sixty years on, Africa still seeks right model for growth Sixty years on, Africa still seeks right model for growth
As 1960 dawned, sub-Saharan Africa braced for historic change: that year, 17 of its countries were destined to gain independence from European...
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Central European mayors sign 'pact of free cities'

Central European mayors sign 'pact of free cities' Central European mayors sign 'pact of free cities'
Four central European capitals, all at odds with their countries' populist governments, signed a deal Monday in Budapest to seek more EU funding...
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Victorious Johnson urges Britain to move past Brexit divide

Victorious Johnson urges Britain to move past Brexit divide Victorious Johnson urges Britain to move past Brexit divide
Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on Britons to put years of bitter divisions over the country's EU membership behind them as he vowed to...
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EU leader urges MEPs to back green growth plan

EU leader urges MEPs to back green growth plan EU leader urges MEPs to back green growth plan
The EU's top official Wednesday launched the bloc's new "Green Deal", hailing it as a strategy for jobs and economic growth, not just for cutting...
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged action against "the tyrants of Tehran" in a Holocaust memorial speech Thursday, comparing what he considers the Iranian threat

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