European leaders attend the EU Summit in Brussels, Belgium, March 10, 2017. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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EU leaders sought Friday to patch up deep divisions over the bloc's post-Brexit future, a day after an unseemly spat with Warsaw over President Donald Tusk's re-election underscored a lack of unity.The Brussels meeting -- held without British Prime Minister Theresa May -- aims to draft a declaration that leaders hope to unveil with great fanfare at a summit in Rome later this month to mark the EU's 60th birthday.But unity is at a premium as the EU enters its seventh decade as big guns like France and Germany squabble with eastern countries over how the bloc should function when Britain pulls out.
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