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  • First in the West: Canada votes to legalize recreational cannabis, lifting 95yo ban
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  • UK panel finds 450 lives shortened by hospital's opioid use
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  • EU copyright law passes key hurdle
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  • Kurdish militant attack kills two Turkish soldiers in southeast
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  • EU to hit US imports from Friday in response to Trump tariffs
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