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3 days ago
EU and UK officials say they are close to an agreement that would end three years of legal limbo for Gibraltar, but hopes of securing a deal before June’s elections are fading following talks on Thursday. 
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Russia's military base in Libya risks becoming a strategic nightmare for Europe, amid wider Western setbacks in Africa.
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The new Dutch government coalition has rattled Renew Europe, the liberal group, which has vowed to exclude the far-right. But conservative liberals have repeatedly cooperated with the far-right, illustrating European liberals' divide.
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The obstacles facing young mothers running to be MEPs

4 days ago
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