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In Scotland, they are going to hold a referendum on independence

In Scotland, they are going to hold a referendum on independence

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In Scotland, they are going to hold a referendum on independence
The leader of the Scottish National Party and the first minister of the region, Nicola Sturgeon has promised to hold a referendum on Scottish independence soon after the crisis ends

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American paratroopers landed in Estonia

American paratroopers landed in Estonia

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American paratroopers landed in Estonia
At the borders of Russia, the largest US Swift Response exercise in a quarter of a century continues. The maneuvers take place on the territory of Estonia

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Salvini and Meloni no longer talk to each other. Causes of collision

Salvini and Meloni no longer talk to each other. Causes of collision

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Salvini and Meloni no longer talk to each other. Causes of collision
Relations between the leaders of the two main center-right parties Italy Salvini and Meloni are becoming increasingly strained and are now at an all-time low

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A third of EU residents received the first dose of the vaccine

A third of EU residents received the first dose of the vaccine

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A third of EU residents received the first dose of the vaccine
A third of the population of the European Union received the first dose of the drug from the coronavirus, 12% - both doses. This was announced by the European Commissioner for Health

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EU countries to consider new measures against Russia

EU countries to consider new measures against Russia

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EU countries to consider new measures against Russia
French Foreign Ministry Secretary of State Clement Bon said that the EU summit at the end of May will consider possible measures against Russia

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Gas and water cannons: in Europe, protesters fought with the police during the May Day marches

Gas and water cannons: in Europe, protesters fought with the police during the May Day marches

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Gas and water cannons: in Europe, protesters fought with the police during the May Day marches
On Saturday, May 1, in Paris and a number of other major cities in France, police clashed with demonstrators. Thousands of people took to the traditional May Day protest

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Russia's sanctions against EU citizens are unacceptable — Borrell

Russia's sanctions against EU citizens are unacceptable — Borrell

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Russia's sanctions against EU citizens are unacceptable — Borrell
Josep Borrell, called Russia's sanctions against eight EU citizens, including European officials, “ unacceptable and devoid of legal grounds”