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French police under fire as Yellow Vest casualties mount

French police under fire as Yellow Vest casualties mount

The French government is under growing pressure to follow other European countries in banning controversial rubber-ball launchers used by riot police amid a spate of serious injuries suffered by Yellow Vest protesters. France’s legal advisory body, the Council of State, was due to examine...

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Macedonian PM: No alternative other than EU membership

Macedonian PM: No alternative other than EU membership

Macedonian prime minister on Wednesday said his country did not have any alternative other than full membership of the European Union. In a joint press meeting with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, Zoran Zaev said that the name issue between his country and Greece has been settled....

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Pioneer Yellow Vest figure threatens to leave France

Pioneer Yellow Vest figure threatens to leave France

One of the pioneer figures of France's Yellow Vest protests on Wednesday announced that he would leave France if the government didn't adopt new economic measures to ease problems of French people. In a statement issued on social media, Maxime Nicolle argued that the measures the French...

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Spain 'against change of regime' in Venezuela

Spain 'against change of regime' in Venezuela

Spain's Foreign Minister Josep Borrell Fontelles said Spain and the EU are "against every kind of military intervention on Venezuela." Borrell said "Spain does not want a change of regime" in Venezuela, but Venezuelans can freely express "who they want to govern them." Borrell's remarks...

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