Rick Noack

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Polish President Andrzej Duda has signed a controversial bill that aims to erase his country’s connection to the Holocaust.

New bill makes it illegal to say Poland was complicit in the Holocaust

Polish President Andrzej Duda has signed a controversial bill that aims to erase his country’s connection to the Holocaust.

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Denmark is the latest country in Western Europe taking steps to halt the influx of refugees.

Denmark to Seize Assets of Refugees

Denmark is the latest country in Western Europe taking steps to halt the influx of refugees.

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