Poland’s PiS nationalists face test in local election battles

Sunday's vote will show whether Polish political winds still favor the ruling populist Law and Justice party. The liberal opposition is hoping for winds of change, and they are counting on Poland's cities for support.
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Cote d’Ivoire:Oragroup announces the largest IPO ever made on the Abidjan Stock Exchange (BRVM)

[35°N] With a fundraising target of CFAF 56.9 billion (?86 million), Oragroup's IPO will be the biggest listing on the BRVM, Abidjan's stock exchange since its creation in 1998. The fundraising will enable Oragroup to consolidate its growth.
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EU spells out Italy budget plan concerns

The EU's budget chief, Pierre Moscovici, has called for a row over Italy's draft budget to be resolved calmly. He said he was waiting for Rome's response to EU objections to a planned spending hike.
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EU spells out Italy budget plan concerns

The EU's budget chief, Pierre Moscovici, has called for a row over Italy's draft budget to be resolved calmly. He said he was waiting for Rome's response to EU objections to a planned spending hike.
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Is Google selling out for access to China’s massive tech market?

As Google looks at developing a search engine censored by Beijing, China's online authoritarianism combined with its development as a global hub for artificial intelligence innovation presents an ethical dilemma.
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Saudi Arabia is Germany’s second-best weapons customer

Germany has approved arms exports to Saudi Arabia to the tune of more than €400 million this year. The latest figures have angered those demanding an export stop in view of the kingdom's doubtful human rights record.
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Saudi Arabia is Germany’s second-best weapons customer

Germany has approved arms exports to Saudi Arabia to the tune of more than €400 million this year. The latest figures have angered those demanding an export stop in view of the kingdom's doubtful human rights record.
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Saudi Arabia is Germany’s second-best weapons customer

Germany has approved arms exports to Saudi Arabia to the tune of more than €400 million this year. The latest figures have angered those demanding an export stop in view of the kingdom's doubtful human rights record.
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Saudi Arabia is Germany’s second-best weapons customer

Germany has approved arms exports to Saudi Arabia to the tune of more than €400 million this year. The latest figures have angered those demanding an export stop in view of the kingdom's doubtful human rights record.
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Somalia:Ship’s Crew Thwarts Pirate Attack

[EU Navfor] On the 16th October 2018, the MV KSL Sydney, a Hong Kong flagged Bulk Carrier, was attacked 340 Nm off the coast of Somalia in the Somali Basin.
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