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Greek ‘No’ inflicts heavy blow on EU

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EU, IMF add to the confusion ahead of Greek referendum

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Europe’s regions demand financing for climate action

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France, China agree to fight carbon emissions

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Hollande and Merkel clash over Greece, Juncker shuts up

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Pro-Syriza Socialists criticise French government’s cautious stance

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Juncker makes last minute offer to Greece

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Tsipras calls Merkel and Hollande’s offer ‘blackmail'

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Hollande says factory attack was 'terrorist'

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Greece will hurt Europe, no matter what

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Cameron to serve up renegotiation demands at Council dinner

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Wikileaks: NSA spied on three French presidents

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EU heavyweights go extra mile for Greece

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EU welcomes 11th hour Greek proposal

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Belgium marks Waterloo anniversary as day of reconciliation and unity

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EU-Cuba talks progress on trade

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Tsipras to play his last cards

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Tsipras gets Greek kiss, but no deal yet

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Tsipras meeting with Merkel and Hollande in doubt

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Germany and France urge Commission to revise immigration plan

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Oettinger says Greece deal still possible this week

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Franco-German eurozone blueprint rattles Cameron

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Merkel tells Eastern partners not to expect too much

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Two tier Eastern Partnership on the table at Riga summit

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