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EU must go 'back to the future' of open borders after COVID-19, commissioner says

Reuters Thursday, 7 May 2020
The European Union must go "back to the future" of open borders once the coronavirus pandemic is brought under control, a senior EU official said on Thursday, after a spate of frontier closures by member states fraying the bloc's cohesion.
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