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Why, if the fate of the fictional Offred is so horrifying, is the fate of real-life women in surrogacy hostels causing so little outrage?
The German Eurocrat is the biggest threat to the possibility of a fourth term for Merkel.
At the French presidential candidate's London rally, supporters cheered for a reformist.
On Monday, a Jewish cemetery was desecrated.
The support of the perennial candidate for President will boost Macron's morale but won't transform his electoral standing.
The two politicians have caused excitement - but so far, neither has had to articulate a programme.
The French presidential candidate warned that he would not accept "any caveat or any waiver" at a press briefing in London.
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The former Taoiseach says Brexit has been interpreted as "a profoundly unfriendly act"
Macron is the frontrunner, but he remains vulnerable to an upset.
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