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As it happened: Friday, June 15

As it happened: Friday, June 15
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By Chris Harris
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This is how our coverage of the key stories from Europe and beyond unfolded on the morning of Friday, June 15.

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Here are the key developments this morning, Friday, June 15: 

Ex-FBI chief's error: Former FBI Director James Comey made a "serious error of judgment" by announcing he was reopening a probe into Hillary Clinton's use of a private e-mail server, a report has concluded.

Migrant row:French President Emmanuel Macron is set to meet Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in Paris this afternoon amid a dispute between the two countries over migration.

FYR Macedonia name row: The Greek parliament began debating a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras over a deal to recognise the country's northern neighbour as the "Republic of North Macedonia". Protests over the issue are expected in Athens today.

This is how our coverage of the key stories from Europe and beyond unfolded: 

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