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G7 ministers seek a united front on Syria and North Korea
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Merkel gets party backing to fight Germany's election
Germany's centre-right political parties have agreed to nominate Angela Merkel as their candidate to run for chancellor in the country's election in September.
Students in Poland hold anti-govenment protest
Hundreds of students in Warsaw and other Polish cities have taken part in marches against the country’s populist government.
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Heavy snowfall in Bosnia and Kosovo
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Europe shivers in New Year big freeze
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NATO finalises spearhead forces to counter 'Russian threat'
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