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Brussels — More than 250,000 EU citizens are still trying to get home as the number of people stranded by the coronavirus outbreak remains high, despite the EU having already repatriated about 350,000 people, its top diplomat said on Friday.

While the repatriation of EU nationals since mid-March is moving swiftly, the number of people abroad seeking help keeps rising as more of them seek assistance via their embassies, said the EU's foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell...

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