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Andrej Babis is unlikely to go. His party is the Czech Republic's strongest and he owns two influential daily newspapers
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The last dragon has flown away. The army of undead White Walkers has been defeated. The Iron Throne has melted
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Labor, in an attempt to appeal both to would-be mineworkers and green metropolitan types, has waffled about a proposed new coal mine, alienating everyone
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“The Tiger Who Came to Tea” had sold 1m copies by its author’s 94th year
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The epidemic has walloped the tens of millions of Chinese who depend on pig-rearing for their livelihood
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Félix Tshisekedi has little power save for a veto that he can use to block new laws. Even that can be overruled
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21 of the EU's 28 states vote in the European election today, with results arriving from early evening. The two big-tent groups - Christian & social democrats - are expected to lose seats to liberals, greens & hard right. The main trend: fragmentation.
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Some 24,000 international companies are domiciled in Switzerland to benefit from low-tax deals
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The film doesn’t have much to say except that things often work out better in the movies than they do in real life
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The EPP long tolerated Viktor Orban in the hopes of moderating him. The strategy emboldened him instead
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La République en Marche, like the discontent in France, centres overwhelmingly on Emmanuel Macron
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A new exhibition asks “how the collective choices we make can lead to a more sustainable, just and delicious food future”
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An American-made gun is more likely to be used in a murder in Mexico than at home
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The share of income generated by India’s state-run firms declined from 45% to 37% between 2005 and 2017
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Those taking the boldest path towards a low-carbon future are the justices “full of wise saws”
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Economist and author says America is at risk of losing its pro-business, pro-entrepreneurship leanings
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A bait shortage and Chinese tariffs have Maine’s lobstermen worried about the industry’s future
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The question of how much a translator “writes” the novel is a loaded one
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Uganda’s gold exports have surged in the last decade. Much of the precious metal is smuggled into the country
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Western enthusiasm for Chinese tech extends to AI, medical technology, cloud computing and even chips
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