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1532: Protestants are accorded religious freedom  
On 23rd July 1532, the protestant subjects of Emperor Charles V were accorded religious freedom – at least for a while. The emperor assured his support of the Evangelical estates of the Empire in the Nuremberg Treaty if the protestants fought for him against the Turks.


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23.7.2017 Polish democracy icon Lech Walesa tells protesters to fight judicial reform
Freedom leader Walesa has urged the younger generation in Poland to take action against a controversial judicial reform bill. Opponents to the new law say it would put courts under direct government control.
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Where did 3 ships of the defeated Spanish Armada (1588) end up crashing?
  The Irish Sea
  Donegal Bay
  The English Channel
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