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EU Parliament backs Ukraine, Moldova as leaders meet in Brussels

EU leaders are in Brussels to discuss the membership bids of Ukraine and Moldova. Meanwhile, the European Parliament has voted heavily in favor of the two countries' getting candidate status.

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