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EU to fly home another 250,000 nationals stranded by coronavirus

Reuters Friday, 3 April 2020
More than 250,000 European Union citizens are still trying to get home, as the number of people stranded by the coronavirus outbreak remains high even after the EU has repatriated some 350,000 people, its top diplomat said on Friday.
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