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Croatia, Kazakhstan and the Wayne Gretzky of banking: today's headlines in brief

By Prospect Team  

France and Germany are demanding answers direct from Washington as fresh NSA leaks create a rift between allies. Der Spiegel has reported that, according to a leak thought to have come from whistleblower-in-exile Edward Snowden, EU offices were bugged by the NSA.

Today, Croatia officially joins the EU as the 28th member of the bloc. Celebrations in the Balkan state were modest. In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Presdent Ivo Josipovic explained…

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