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Anger and regret over EU block on Skopje, Tirana

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The EU risks trashing its credibility and destabilising the Balkans, senior officials warned Friday, after a handful of countries led by French...
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US House passes Hong Kong 'Democracy Act'

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The US House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday sought by pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong that aims to defend civil rights in the...
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Nobel winner Tokarczuk calls on Poles to choose democracy

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Poles will choose between "democracy and authoritarianism" in Sunday's general election, author Olga Tokarczuk, said on Friday, a day after...
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EU says Britain needs new plan as Brexit clock runs out

EU says Britain needs new plan as Brexit clock runs out EU says Britain needs new plan as Brexit clock runs out
European officials warned Monday that Britain's latest Brexit proposal won't serve as a basis for a breakthrough before next week's Brussels...
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Portugal's Socialists seek stability after election win

Portugal's Socialists seek stability after election win Portugal's Socialists seek stability after election win
Portugal's Socialist party was Monday weighing alliances with other parties that would allow it to head a stable minority government as the...
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Facebook suffers legal blow in EU court over hate speech

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  Facebook on Wednesday was dealt a major blow in the EU's top court, which ruled that national courts in Europe can order online platforms...
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Thousands march for independence in Scottish capital

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Thousands marched in Edinburgh Saturday calling for Scottish independence, with a possible British exit from the European Union just weeks...
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EU chiefs urge membership talks with N.Macedonia, Albania

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The EU's top leaders said in a joint statement Thursday it is "time to start accession talks" with North Macedonia and Albania for them to...
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Officials push Facebook for way to peek at encrypted messages

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Darwin, Islam: Kosovo imam expelled for accepting both

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When not leading prayers in his village mosque in western Kosovo, imam Drilon Gashi was scribbling some unorthodox thoughts on social media...
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Anger and regret over EU block on Skopje, Tirana

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The EU risks trashing its credibility and destabilising the Balkans, senior officials warned Friday, after a handful of countries led by French...
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US House passes Hong Kong 'Democracy Act'

US House passes Hong Kong 'Democracy Act' US House passes Hong Kong 'Democracy Act'
The US House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday sought by pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong that aims to defend civil rights in the...
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Nobel winner Tokarczuk calls on Poles to choose democracy

Nobel winner Tokarczuk calls on Poles to choose democracy Nobel winner Tokarczuk calls on Poles to choose democracy
Poles will choose between "democracy and authoritarianism" in Sunday's general election, author Olga Tokarczuk, said on Friday, a day after...
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EU says Britain needs new plan as Brexit clock runs out

EU says Britain needs new plan as Brexit clock runs out EU says Britain needs new plan as Brexit clock runs out
European officials warned Monday that Britain's latest Brexit proposal won't serve as a basis for a breakthrough before next week's Brussels...
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Portugal's Socialists seek stability after election win

Portugal's Socialists seek stability after election win Portugal's Socialists seek stability after election win
Portugal's Socialist party was Monday weighing alliances with other parties that would allow it to head a stable minority government as the...
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Facebook suffers legal blow in EU court over hate speech

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  Facebook on Wednesday was dealt a major blow in the EU's top court, which ruled that national courts in Europe can order online platforms...
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Thousands march for independence in Scottish capital

Thousands march for independence in Scottish capital Thousands march for independence in Scottish capital
Thousands marched in Edinburgh Saturday calling for Scottish independence, with a possible British exit from the European Union just weeks...
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EU chiefs urge membership talks with N.Macedonia, Albania

EU chiefs urge membership talks with N.Macedonia, Albania EU chiefs urge membership talks with N.Macedonia, Albania
The EU's top leaders said in a joint statement Thursday it is "time to start accession talks" with North Macedonia and Albania for them to...
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Officials push Facebook for way to peek at encrypted messages

Officials push Facebook for way to peek at encrypted messages Officials push Facebook for way to peek at encrypted messages
Officials are calling on Facebook not to use encryption in its messaging services that does not provide authorities a way to see what is being...
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Darwin, Islam: Kosovo imam expelled for accepting both

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When not leading prayers in his village mosque in western Kosovo, imam Drilon Gashi was scribbling some unorthodox thoughts on social media...
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