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Europe Divided While Russian Bear Lurks, Hear The Bells Toll

Two Russian bomber planes flew into French airspace this week and had to be “escorted” back by fighter jets in the latest incident that underlines the heightened tension between Russia and Europe. There was probably never a time before, since World War Two, which Europe needed most to be united and stand together as a strong European Union with harmonised rules and a common defence.
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