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With Brexit Day finally happening, postal officials in Austria decided to use obsolete stamps by adding the real Brexit date in using overprinting.
Finland's Prime Minister resigns after postal strike
The Centre Party said it had lost confidence in the Social Democrat leader over the handling of the strike.
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Long queues formed outside post offices around Spain as citizens who wanted to exercise their right to use postal votes had to wait in line to do so
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Russian postal drone spectacularly crashes on inaugural flight
The machine slammed into a wall in front of gathered officials and members of the public.