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The influx of tariff-free Ukrainian grain has caused the fury of farmers in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria.
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Prosecutors have launched a probe into alleged abuses of power by leading opposition figure Donald Tusk. The former European Council president is considered to be the main competitor to the ruling Law and Justice party.
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