What's been said on social media, Nov. 26

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BEIJING, Nov. 26 (Xinhua) -- The following is a selection of the latest posts on social media.

European Commission (@EU_Commission on Twitter)

#EUCO #Article 50 concludes. @JunckerEU: "Sad day, no cause for celebrations. I salute unity of EU27 during the negotiations. We stood by Spain on Gibraltar, they have our solidarity. I'm proud of the work of our negotiating team. This is the only deal possible."

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President of the European Council Donald Tusk (@eucopresident on Twitter)

Ahead of us is the difficult process of ratification as well as further negotiations. But regardless of how it will end, one thing is certain: we will remain friends until the end of days, and one day longer. #Brexit

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U.S. President Donald Trump (@realDonaldTrump on Twitter)

The large and violent French protests don't take into account how badly the United States has been treated on Trade by the European Union or on fair and reasonable payments for our GREAT military protection. Both of these topics must be remedied soon.

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Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (@JZarif on Twitter)

Where is the West in condemning the chemical attack in Aleppo by terrorists? West's pattern: chemical weapons only condemned if alleged to be used by an enemy; not an ally. A blind eye turned when Saddam used them against Iran, but war waged to destroy them when he was an enemy.

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Radio Pakistan (@RadioPakistan on Twitter)

FM @SMQureshiPTI says endorsement by Indian PM @narendramodi for opening of #KartarpurCorridor is a great diplomatic triumph for #Pakistan. #NarendraModi Enditem

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