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Europe's response to Brexit; impact of Brexit on Italy; where does election leave Spain?
(Picture: German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
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UK economy 'strong' enough to survive EU vote fallout; a Polish resident's view of Brexit; Israel and Turkey to normalise relations.
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The UK opposition Labour Party in turmoil as resignations continue; A return to the ballot box in the Spanish elections; The view of Brexit and the UK from France and Germany.
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Calls for Britain's opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn to step down; Sousse one year on; Pope Francis in Armenia
Photo: British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Credit: Odd Andersen AFP/Getty Images
How will Europe look when the UK leaves? A politically charged match between Wales and Northern Ireland in Euro 2016. The Glastonbury music festival.
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Resignation day for Prime Minister David Cameron; Independence day for his opponents; Former Chairman of the US Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan: "Britain will be diminished by this;" Call for further political change in Northern Ireland
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