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Lebanon’s PM returns to Beirut after abrupt resignation while in Saudi Arabia

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The Dutch parliament is launching its own investigation to find out if sexual intimidation is an issue for workers within...
Dutch shipowners with vessels passing regularly through areas frequented by pirates will now be able to carry their own security...
Dutch high street staple Hema opened its 200th store outside the Netherlands in Barcelona on Thursday. Hema, which is in...
February 25 marks the ninth anniversary of the Bucharest Stock Exchange lows, nine years during which its main index, BET has gone up 340% from 1,887 points to 8,280 points. In comparison, Dow Jones
The military nurse was killed in a shelling by militants in Luhansk region Feb 20.
Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Friday, 23 February:
The UN says 15 were reported from peacekeeping operations, 17 from UN agencies, funds and programs, and eight were reported by implementing partners.
What about making our voices heard? And not only in itsy-bitsy interviews about traditional cuisine and the High Tatras.
The Law on Specifics of State Policy to Ensure the State Sovereignty of Ukraine in the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Donetsk and Luhansk Regions was published by the parliamentary newspaper Holo
"There are optimistic views regarding the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict."
Since the launch of the independent Slovak Republic earnings have multiplied, but so have prices.
Below is a review of major events between 16 and 22 February:

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