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A generation less than 30 years old, they are said to number 13
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On the streets of Moscow, a blanket of snow hides a political storm slowly brewing in Russia.
The boiling point was last December’s parliamentary
The former Secretary General of the Arab League, Amr Moussa, has given an exclusive interview to euronews as he visited our new bureau in Brussels