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The EU is hoping to put the international spotlight back on Sudan amid a war where half the population is at risk of famine. And Josep Borrell, EU foreign policy chief, also warned of Russia's presence in the country.
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The Bolsonaro-Orbán far-right nexus

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Defeated far-right Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has given various reasons for sheltering at the Hungarian embassy in Brasilia — none of them make sense.
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Goodbye to the old EUobserver

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Three times since its launch back in 2000 EUobserver has had a major overhaul to keep pace with time and technology.
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Who did Russia pay? MEPs urge spies to give names

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MEPs have urged intelligence services to publish the names of who was paid by Russia, while pointing fingers at the EU's far right.
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