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Bulgaria: Police detain ex-Prime Minister Boyko Borissov

Former Bulgarian prime minister Boyko Borissov has been detained on suspicion of misusing EU funds. Police made several arrests after investigations into 120 cases of fraud relating to EU aid.

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