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Disabled groups worry about threat to independent living amid COVID-19
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EU identifies 'pro-Kremlin sources' as architects of disinformation
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More French COVID-19 patients flown to Germany and Switzerland
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Paris is keeping French-made protective masks inside the country amid a coronavirus-inspired shortage. But it's proving awkward for its loyalist customers.
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