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Polish, Hungarian 'horse thief' alliance alarms Brussels
KRYNICA-ZDROJ, Poland (Reuters) - Viktor Orban, Hungary's fiery nationalist prime minister, is known for the contempt he showers on most European leaders. But when he appeared alongside Poland's Jaroslaw Kaczynski last week, he paid his fellow Eastern European right-wing ruling party leader the ultimate complement: together they would make perfect partners in crime.
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