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European Leaders Seek Historic Virus Bailout Deal at First Gathering in Months


European Union leaders are meeting in person for the first time in five months, hoping the human touch will allow them to seal a €1.8 trillion ($2 trillion) spending plan intended to lift the region out of the coronavirus crisis.

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