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  1. EU Discusses Migrants and ‘Brexit,’ US Arms Deal With Taiwan Angers Beijing

    EU’s final 2015 summit focuses on refugees and Britain’s possible exit. (DW)

    U.S. sells $1.83 billion worth of weapons to Taiwan, despite Chinese objections. (CNN)

    Dutch town riots over proposed plan for migrant center. (BBC)

    House passes $680 billion in tax cuts. (Politico)

    Defense Sec. Ashton Carter used private email for government business. (NYT)

    Spain’s prime minister punched in the face while campaigning. (USA Today)

    Germany launches new anti-terror unit. (DW)

    Sanders nabs endorsement from powerful union (MSNBC)

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