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Montenegrins asked to choose between Russia, West in Sunday vote

PODGORICA (Reuters) - Montenegro's ruling party faces its toughest test in 27 years in power on Sunday, when it hopes its election promise to bring the country into NATO and closer to the European Union will outweigh opposition allegations of cronyism and corruption.
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Putin cancels visit to Paris in Syria row

Paris (AFP) - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday cancelled a visit to France in a furious row over Moscow's role in the Syrian conflict....
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European Union countries at odds over banking reform

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - European Union countries were at odds on Tuesday over a global reform of banking rules with divergent views about a cap on increases in banks' capital buffers that might result from the review....
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'Hard Brexit' could cost UK government $81.1 billion a year: Report

If the U.K. opts to cut all its trade ties with the European Union and go for a "hard" Brexit, it could cost the government £66 billion ($81.1 billion) a year, according to a leaked government paper reported by The Times newspaper....
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France says Britain has 'moral duty' on Calais migrant children

Paris (AFP) - Britain has a "moral duty" to let hundreds of migrant children join their relatives across the Channel, France said Monday, days before the notorious "Jungle" camp in Calais is due to be bulldozed....
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Local Muslims wary of Hungary's anti-migrant referendum

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Muslims in Hungary say they are wary of the government's anti-migrant referendum this weekend, which polls suggest has boosted xenophobic feelings....
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Luxury thrives amid misery in Ukraine's war-torn east

Donetsk (Ukraine) (AFP) - Fancy restaurants and trendy boutiques stand just blocks away from stuffy bomb shelters where survivors hunker down in eastern Ukraine's pro-Russian rebel capital city of Donetsk....
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Tir de barrage des sarkozystes après les révélations de Patrick Buisson

Les partisans de Nicolas Sarkozy ont riposté après les accusations de l’ex-conseiller du président, qui dans son dernier livre La cause du peuple, épingle le candidat à la primaire des Républicains sur certains de ses actes politiques. ...
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Bosnian Serbs to hold a disputed vote amid ethnic tensions

BANJA LUKA, Bosnia (Reuters) - The Bosnian Serbs vote on Sunday in a referendum over a disputed national holiday, defying Bosnia's highest court and Western pressure to call off a process that risks stoking ethnic tensions in the divided Balkan country....
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Germany, France hit back at Boris Johnson's 'baloney' jibe

Germany and France brushed aside comments from British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson suggesting there was no link between the EU's principle of free movement and access to its single market, saying they could send Johnson a copy of the Lisbon Treaty and even travel to London to explain it to him in English....
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