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Poland's Kaczynski says EU's Tusk should not be allowed to go on in Brussels

WARSAW (Reuters) - The head of Poland's ruling party Jaroslaw Kaczynski launched an attack on Tuesday on his arch-rival Donald Tusk, saying he should not be allowed to serve as European Council president for a second term.
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