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Swedish diplomat credited with helping at least 20,000 Hungarian Jews escape the Holocaust is believed to have died in Soviet captivity

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Serbia, a NATO partner, to host "The Slavic Brotherhood 2016” military drills with Russia, while Montenegro leans more heavily on the West

Large cache of weapons found near home of Serbia’s prime minister

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Iceland’s Pirate Party lags far behind incumbent

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Mosul offensive gets surprising new allies

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Uber drivers handed big victory against ride-hailing company in U.K.

British tribunal rules Uber's drivers are company employees, not contractors, and are thus entitled to a guaranteed minimum wage and paid time off

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