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Elysee Treaty 60th anniversary: France and Germany divided over Europe
The Elysee Treaty championed reconciliation and cooperation between Berlin and Paris after decades of conflict. However, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has put pressure on the two countries relationship
Airport security: The weirdest items seized by the TSA last year
Every year US authorities release a list of the weird and wacky things seized at airports.
Lithuania launches major campaign to boost emergency preparedness
According to the Lithuanian Interior Minister, civil safety has been neglected while threats to the country have increased.
Rescue comes at Italy mulls stricter rules for rescuers
European charity SOS Mediterranée said its Ocean Viking vessel has rescued 113 migrants from the Mediterranean Sea.
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Dutch crown princess moved from student home after security threats
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This is a drill: How Europe’s coast guards protect our seas
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Maritime Safety: How vessel monitoring can help protect our waters
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Denmark's former foreign intelligence chief charged with spying
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Germany must become 'the best equipped army in Europe', says Scholz
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