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Populist Eastern European leaders face unpopularity A right-wing populist wave in Eastern European countries such as Slovenia, Hungary and Poland,…

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Far-right extremist who threatened top Belgian doctor appears to have killed himself, prosecutor says

A body, believed to be that of Jurgen Conings, was found on Sunday in a wooded area of the town…

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Eva Schloss: ‘Why I took Austrian citizenship aged 92’

Eva Schloss has accepted Austrian citizenship, more than 80 years after she fled the country. Why? Source

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Denmark Advances at Euro 2020, Winning Where Eriksen Fell

Denmark’s players gathered in a circle on the field at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen and stared intently at a…

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Goldman Sachs makes two big predictions about Europe’s economic recovery

People wearing face masks walk in front of a big Euro sign in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, as the…

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Opinion: New Berlin refugee museum must be a place of reconciliation | DW | 21.06.2021

More than two decades after it was proposed by the German Federation of Expellees, the Center for Flight, Expulsion, Reconciliation…

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Spain to pardon jailed Catalan separatist leaders on Tuesday

As he spoke in Barcelona’s opera house, several hundred separatists protested outside, demanding still more concessions, and one member of…

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Belarus Faces Expanded E.U. and U.S. Sanctions, Targeting Economy

BRUSSELS — Responding to the detention last month of a young opposition journalist, the United States, the European Union, Britain…

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Harry Kane: Man City make £100 million transfer bid for Tottenham striker

Harry Kane of England scores a penalty in a shootout at the end of extra time during the 2018 FIFA…

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Iran nuclear deal: President-elect Raisi issues warning over talks

Ebrahim Raisi promises he will not allow negotiations on reviving a 2015 deal to be dragged out. Source

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