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    Pressured by China, E.U. Softens Report on Covid-19 Disinformation

    A revised report shows how Beijing reacts swiftly and effectively to tamp down Western criticism of...

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    Europe Wants a ‘Right to Repair’ Smartphones and Gadgets

    The European Union is seeking to help consumers fix or upgrade devices, rather than replace them,...

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    Estonia Apologizes After Minister Calls Finland’s Leader a ‘Sales Girl’

    Mart Helme, the Estonian interior minister, insulted Prime Minister Sanna Marin and claimed that Finland was...

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    U.K. Election Result Starts Clock on Brexit Talks With E.U.

    Few expect the negotiations on the country’s future trade and security relationship with the bloc to...

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    E.U. Climate Plan Would Sweeten Deal for Coal Countries

    If approved, the proposal would pay nations that rely heavily on fossil fuels to change their...

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    U.K. Election Live Updates: In Victory, Johnson Promises Brexit and More

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson said a sweeping Conservative victory gives him “a powerful new mandate to...

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    Live Updates: U.K. Votes in General Election

    Britain’s voters head to the polls to choose their next government on Thursday in a deeply...

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    Who Keeps Europe’s Farm Billions Flowing? Often, Those Who Benefit

    Conflict-of-interest rules are uneven. Influence-peddling is murky. The enormous E.U. subsidy program is built to keep...

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    Warming Waters, Moving Fish: How Climate Change Is Reshaping Iceland

    Ocean temperatures are on the rise and warming waters are causing fish to swim for their...

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    ‘I Am Breaking Inside’: Balkan Leader Fears Conflict After E.U. Snub

    The abrupt decision by France to postpone any discussion of North Macedonia joining the European Union...

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    For the Eurostar Tribe, Brexit Could Make Brussels Feel Even Farther Away

    The high-speed rail link was once the locomotive embodiment of the ideal of a border-free Continent....

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    Dueling Matteos Battle for the Future of Italy

    Former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and the popular anti-migrant leader Matteo Salvini may be out of...

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    Facing a Pollution Crisis, Netherlands Tells Drivers to Slow Down

    The government lowered the daytime speed limit on Dutch highways, to 62 miles per hour, in...

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    Erdogan Warns That Turkey Will Keep Deporting ISIS Detainees

    The Turkish leader is preparing to travel to Washington to meet with President Trump.

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    E.U. Defends Farm Subsidy Program Exploited by Autocrats

    Outright fraud is rare, officials said. A Times investigation found that the program helps underwrite oligarchs,...

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    The Money Farmers: How Oligarchs and Populists Milk the E.U. for Millions

    The European Union spends $65 billion a year subsidizing agriculture. But a chunk of that money...

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    We Just Wanted to Talk E.U. Farm Policy. Why Was Someone Always Looking Over Our Shoulders?

    The European Union conceals data showing where billions in subsidies go. So we needed a workaround.

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    More Spending on Public Services? Sure, Boris Johnson Says

    After years of austerity, the Tories, the party of sound money, want to borrow and spend....

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    Macron Says NATO Is Experiencing ‘Brain Death’ Because of Trump

    The French president wonders if NATO is still committed to collective defense, decries U.S. unilateralism and...

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    Denmark Approves Route for a Controversial Russia-German Pipeline

    Nord Stream 2, a major Russian natural gas pipeline that bypasses Ukraine and Poland, can finish...

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    Trump Wades Into U.K. Election, and Farage Might Benefit

    He heaped praise on Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a London radio show, but his biggest...

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    Greek Refugee Camps Are Near Catastrophe, Rights Chief Warns

    Conditions in overcrowded, unsanitary camps on the Aegean Islands have turned into “a struggle for survival.”

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    Brexit Coins Head for Scrap Heap After Deadline Is Extended

    The 50-pence pieces emblazoned with “Oct. 31, 2019” will be recycled. (So will those with “March...

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    Vladimir Bukovsky, Revered Soviet Dissident and Putin Critic, Dies at 76

    Even in exile, a former Soviet prisoner kept up his attacks on the Kremlin under both...

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    Jeremy Corbyn Says Labour Will Back Early U.K. Election

    The announcement from the opposition leader comes amid the ongoing battle over Brexit.

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    Vladimir Bukovsky, Revered Soviet Dissident and Putin Critic, Dies at 76

    Even in exile, a former Soviet prisoner kept up his attacks on the Kremlin under both...

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    Johnson Loses First Attempt to Call Election in Latest Brexit Maneuver

    After the European Union extended the deadline for Britain’s departure to Jan. 31, Prime Minister Boris...

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    E.U. Agrees to Brexit Extension, Pushing Deadline to Jan. 31

    An earlier withdrawal is possible if the British Parliament approves Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan, Donald...

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    A Brexit Logjam, in Three Dimensions

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the Labour Party and the European Union are all waiting for the...

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    Boris Johnson Calls for December Election in Push to Break Brexit Deadlock

    Britain’s prime minister challenged lawmakers to approve a general election, but the opposition Labour Party reacted...