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Ukraine's gorgeous goats compete for beauty crown
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Sprawling sunflower field in Polish city makes it top tourist spot
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New swine fever case in Slovakia as countries try to contain outbreak
A fresh case of African Swine Fever (ASF) has been discovered in Slovakia in a village near the Hungarian border.
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Moldova had two, parallel governments. Now, one of them has quit
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