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    Gloom Hits Hungary’s Largest Independent Newsroom
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    German Chancellor Merkel Takes Gamble With New Immigration Law
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    Questions Linger in Hungary About Chinese Investments
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    German Coalition’s Future at Stake as Parties Again Try to Resolve Spymaster Affair
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    Rome’s Promised Artificial Riverside Beach Opens After Delays; Faces Criticism
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    Report Slamming Sweden’s Border Controls Allegedly Suppressed for Fear of Influencing Elections
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    EU Must End Migration ‘Blame Game’: Tusk
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    European Companies Doing Business in China Cope With Many Barriers, Report Says
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    High School Student Reaches Highest, Lowest Points in Slovenia in Single Day
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    Needs More Work: EU Criticizes British PM Theresa May’s Brexit Plan
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    Macron’s Fired Former Guard Defends Himself at French Senate Inquiry
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    US to Consider Putting Military Base in Poland, Trump Tells Polish President