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Opposition member Zoltán Varga brandished a length of drainpipe at Fidesz during a parliamentary session on Monday, mocking former MEP József Szájer who had tried to escape from police last week when they raided a sex party in Brussels.
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'Unspeakably tremendous': Montenegro legalises same-sex partnerships
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UK MPs vote for return to parliament after lockdown absence
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French president Emmanuel Macron loses absolute majority in parliament
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Coronavirus: Raab admits UK must 'strive harder' over PPE supplies
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Portugal is a step closer to legalising euthanasia
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Protests in Serbia against new Montenegro church law
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