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Looking to US, Europe seeks its own civil rights movement

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The death of George Floyd in Minnesota has breathed new life into anti-racism efforts across the Atlantic.

WHO backs off claim that people without virus symptoms aren’t transmission risk

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‘It’s an unfortunate misstep in the middle of what’s already a hard road for most public health officials,’ said one physician.

House Republicans oppose withdrawing US troops from Germany

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The Armed Services missive marks the largest Republican effort so far to convince the administration to change course.

EU body deposes senior official after ‘psychological harassment’ probe

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European Economic and Social Committee may pursue legal action.

German defense chief: No ‘official’ word from Trump on troop pullout

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US forces in Germany important for both Berlin and Washington, Kramp-Karrenbauer stresses.

Three saddle up for Eurogroup horse race

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Finance officials see ministers from Spain, Ireland, Luxembourg vying to succeed Centeno in key post.

China is not a military threat, EU top diplomat says

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Josep Borrell defends ‘realistic’ view of Beijing — but the US and Asian nations see things differently.

Brussels to focus on platforms, messaging against COVID-19 disinformation

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Commission Vice President for Values and Transparency Věra Jourová and High Representative Josep Borrell are set to unveil plans Wednesday.

England drops primary school reopening plan

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Most children won’t return to classes until September.

German governing parties clear von der Leyen in contract scandal

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The Commission president has previously admitted ‘mistakes have been made’ by officials below her level.

German far-right party wins case against interior minister

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Court rules that Horst Seehofer breached neutrality rules by publishing critical interview on a ministry website.

Antwerp removes torched statue of colonial-era King Leopold

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Leopold II imposed a reign of terror in the Congo when he ruled Belgium from 1865 to 1909.

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