Cancelling Xmas, slow-moving coup, voter tourism, life-savers on trial | The Friday Casebook

Munich cancels its famous Christmas market for the second year running, while Trump continues to plot his way back to the White House and Viktor Orban wants the votes of people who no longer live at their given address - meanwhile, young idealists helping refugees face trial in Greece.

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Munich's famed  Christmas market is cancelled as another virus wave hammers Germany , New York Times

'Slow moving coup' — journalists need to do a better job than comedians, The Hill

‘Voter tourism’: New Hungarian residency law raises risk of electorate manipulation, NGOs warn, Euractiv

Greece: NGOs could face prison for aiding migrants, Infomigrants

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