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Global Newsstand: The EU is more unified than many people think, and more

El País / MadridThe EU is more unified than many people think

“The notion that the European Union has never been less united than now has taken hold in the public consciousness,” writes Miguel Otero Iglesias. “The recurring theme is that EU countries are unable to agree on euro reforms, on migratory flow management, on how to deal with growing aggressiveness from the

The Moscow Times / MoscowRussia’s new internet bill may put it in China’s league in terms of censorshipThe Japan Times / TokyoUS foreign policy in Venezuela has echoes of IraqAl Arabiya / Dubai, United Arab EmiratesWill Myanmar hold itself accountable for the Rohingya crisis?The Daily Star / Dhaka, BangladeshWetland conservation is an important part of mitigating climate change

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