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Debate: Macron raises rukus: EU ground troops in Ukraine?
France's President Macron has made waves again with a statement about the war in Ukraine: talking to the press after the Paris conference in support of Ukraine, he said that while there waso consensus about sending troops to Ukraine, given the dynamic unfolding,othing could be ruled out. EU leaders promptly rejected the idea. Commentators discuss the possibility of such military engagement and analyse Macron's motives.

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It'sot about front-line fighters | La Repubblica - Italy


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No financial basis for this initiative | Adevărul - Romania


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Paris wants to up the pressure on Berlin | Kauppalehti - Finland


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Deplorable European cacaphony | Zeit Online - Germany


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Debate: Hungary gives green light: Sweden joins Nato
It's official: Sweden is to become Nato's 32nd ally. Hungary gave its approval on Monday, removing the final hurdle. Budapest gave up its resistance after the purchase of four Swedish JAS 39 Gripen fighter jets for Hungary's armed forces was finalised during a visit by Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson on Friday. What does accession mean for the alliance and for historicallyeutral Sweden?

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A different starting point | Ilta-Sanomat - Finland


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Setting aside a 200-year-old identity | Jyllands-Posten - Denmark


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Increased risk in the Baltic region | Dala-Demokraten - Sweden


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Debate: Greece: one year after the Tempi train crash
Exactly one year ago today, on 28 February 2023, 57 people were killed in a collision between two trains on the Athens-Thessaloniki line. Several civil servants and politicians have been implicated in the investigation into the causes of the crash. More than 860,000 people haveow signed a petition to lift the immunity of these members of government. What progress has been made on the issue?

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Greed still putting lives at risk | Efimerida ton Syntakton - Greece


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Don't ignore the simmering anger | Capital - Greece


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Debate: Russia: prison for human rights activist Orlov
Oleg Orlov, co-founder of the human rights organisation Memorial, which was officially dissolved in 2021, has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison for "discrediting the armed forces". The 70-year-old had written an article in which he harshly criticised the war against Ukraine. Instead of defending himself, Orlov read Kafka's "The Trial" during the court hearing. Memorial was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2022.

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A steadfast patriot and human rights activist | Arkady Dubnov - Russia


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Europe must take in dissidents | Die Welt - Germany


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