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EU condemns attack on Slovak PM Robert Fico


The EU's spokesperson repeats the bloc's condemnation of the attack on Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico, who on Wednesday was reportedly shot and hospitalised after a cabinet meeting. "Such acts of violence have no place in our society and weaken democracy" says Eric Mamer. SOUNDBITE

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