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Russia calls NATO deployment in Poland threat to national security

NATO is deploying armour and troops in Poland for its biggest military exercises in years, but Moscow has called the move an agressive step threatening Russian national security.

NATO is deploying armour and troops in Poland for its biggest military exercises in years, but Moscow has called the move an agressive step threatening Russian national security.

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US tanks and troops arrive in Poland

Hundreds of military vehicles and more than 3000 US troops have begun arriving in Poland.

Hundreds of military vehicles and more than 3000 US troops have begun arriving in Poland.

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Could Ireland get even greener?

As Ireland decides whether to follow suit and decriminalise marijuana, we take a look at the reported pros and cons.

As Ireland decides whether to follow suit and decriminalise marijuana, we take a look at the reported pros and cons.

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Opinion: Europe, Alone in Trump’s World

By Mark Leonard, Director of the European Council on Foreign Relations Alone again. Since World War II’s end, Europe has looked at the world

By Mark Leonard, Director of the European Council on Foreign Relations Alone again. Since World War II’s end, Europe has looked at the world

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EU ministers meet to discuss Trump's policy pledges

European Union foreign ministers met for an emergency dinner on Sunday to try to work out their best approach to a Donald Trump presidency.

European Union foreign ministers met for an emergency dinner on Sunday to try to work out their best approach to a Donald Trump presidency.

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Is TTIP dead?

We are in the Spanish city of Barcelona – one of those left-leaning cities around in Europe with a vivid protest scene – where Lucia distributes flyers against the planned Transatlantic Trade and Inv

We are in the Spanish city of Barcelona – one of those left-leaning cities around in Europe with a vivid protest scene – where Lucia distributes flyers against the planned Transatlantic Trade and Inv

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Lucía Bárcena: TTIP threatens democracy

Barcelona-based Lucía Bárcena Menéndez coordinates protest actions all over Spain, “Ecologists in Action” her group is called.

Barcelona-based Lucía Bárcena Menéndez coordinates protest actions all over Spain, “Ecologists in Action” her group is called.

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John Kerry warns Turkey: Nato membership is at stake

Leaders from the EU, US and Germany have warned Turkey over its response to a failed coup attempt last Friday The US secretary of state has warned Turkey that any undemocratic response to the movement

Leaders from the EU, US and Germany have warned Turkey over its response to a failed coup attempt last Friday The US secretary of state has warned Turkey that any undemocratic response to the movement

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US and EU caution Turkey over failed coup crackdown

US Secretary of State John Kerry says it's "critical we stand together" after meeting European counterparts in the wake of the Bastille Day terror attack in Nice.

US Secretary of State John Kerry says it's "critical we stand together" after meeting European counterparts in the wake of the Bastille Day terror attack in Nice.

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How Brexit could prove fatal for TTIP trade deal

Brexit has put a nail in the coffin of the EU’s bid to create the world’s biggest free trade zone with the USA, campaigners say.

Brexit has put a nail in the coffin of the EU’s bid to create the world’s biggest free trade zone with the USA, campaigners say.

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US warns of Europe terror threat

The United States has issued a Europe-wide travel alert to its citizens warning them of possible terror attacks this summer.

The United States has issued a Europe-wide travel alert to its citizens warning them of possible terror attacks this summer.

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What is the EU-US Privacy Shield?

The agreement which allowed major international companies to transfer data about their customers across the Atlantic was ruled illegal last…

The agreement which allowed major international companies to transfer data about their customers across the Atlantic was ruled illegal last…

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Hemingway biopic is first Hollywood film shot in Cuba

‘Papa: Hemingway in Cuba’ holds the distinction of being the first Hollywood production to shoot on the island since the 1959 revolution. The film is

‘Papa: Hemingway in Cuba’ holds the distinction of being the first Hollywood production to shoot on the island since the 1959 revolution. The film is

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US piles on pressure in trade talks with EU

The US has been putting pressure on the European Union to scrap or change environmental and health legislation in trade talks according to leaked

The US has been putting pressure on the European Union to scrap or change environmental and health legislation in trade talks according to leaked

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Obama and Juncker's State of the Union: a tale of two styles

The State of the Union speech has been a regular feature in the US political calendar since George Washington addressed Congress in 1790. The

The State of the Union speech has been a regular feature in the US political calendar since George Washington addressed Congress in 1790. The

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Huge rally in Berlin says 'No' to EU-US trade deal

Organisers are hailing a huge success, claiming that 250,000 people marched in Berlin on Saturday to protest against proposed free trade deals

Organisers are hailing a huge success, claiming that 250,000 people marched in Berlin on Saturday to protest against proposed free trade deals

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Everything you need to know about the EU-US trade deal

The EU and US are in talks to create the world’s biggest free trade zone, claiming it will make both regions richer than ever But critics question the alleged economic benefits of the deal – called th

The EU and US are in talks to create the world’s biggest free trade zone, claiming it will make both regions richer than ever But critics question the alleged economic benefits of the deal – called th