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14/05/2017 03:30

Five challenges for France's new president

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Emmanuel Macron, France's new president who formally takes power on Sunday, faces a daunting to-do list.

13/05/2017 19:39

China hosts summit on new Silk Road

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China opens on Sunday a summit to promote its massive global trade infrastructure project, highlighting Beijing's ambitions to spearhead a new era of globalisation as Washington shifts toward inward-looking policies.

13/05/2017 18:36

Goode seals Saracens back-to-back European Cups

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Alex Goode struck the decisive blow as title-holders Saracens retained the European Champions Cup with a 28-17 win over Clermont in a dramatic final at Murrayfield on Saturday.

13/05/2017 15:54

EU could pay Brexit bill to Britain: Johnson

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The European Union could end up paying a Brexit bill to Britain instead of the other way round, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told The Daily Telegraph in an interview on Saturday.

12/05/2017 18:40

On new EU frontier, Brexit chief tries to calm nerves

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A stream runs through the land where Kevin Black used to man a checkpoint on the border between the north and south of Ireland -- now a focus of concern as Britain prepares to leave the European Union.

12/05/2017 13:01

Britain blocking EU military HQ: sources

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Brexit-bound Britain is blocking the launch of an EU military headquarters because it opposes any suggestion that the unit would have an active operational role, EU diplomatic sources said Friday.

11/05/2017 09:18

Uber must get licences as ordinary taxi firm

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Ride-hailing app Uber may be a pioneer in its field but at heart it is an ordinary taxi company and should be regulated as such, a top EU lawyer said Thursday.

09/05/2017 16:33

European athletics boss acknowledges record-plan critics

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European athletics president Svein Arne Hansen accepted Tuesday reaction to the radical plan to wipe out existing European and world records has been «mixed».

08/05/2017 10:57

Eurosceptics see Macron win as bad news for Brexit

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British Prime Minister Theresa May congratulated France's incoming president Emmanuel Macron but eurosceptics reacted angrily on Monday to his election victory, saying it was bad news for the Brexit talks.

05/05/2017 14:47

Changing face of migrant crisis in Mediterranean

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From waves of dinghies setting off from Libya to the appearance of privately-funded rescue ships, the face of the migration crisis in the Mediterranean has changed greatly over the past few years.

05/05/2017 14:32

EU's Barnier blames Britain for Brexit expat uncertainty

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The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator said Friday that Britain was to blame for the uncertainty facing millions of expatriates in the run-up to the country's departure from the bloc.

05/05/2017 10:17

UK ministers accuse Brussels of trying «to bully» Britain over Brexit

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British ministers blasted the European Commission on Friday, accusing EU officials of trying to «bully» the UK ahead of two years of gruelling Brexit negotiations.

05/05/2017 10:05

Brexit a tragedy and EU partly to blame: Juncker

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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Friday described Brexit as a «tragedy» that had happened partly as a result of the European Union's past mistakes.

05/05/2017 07:34

Brussels «crossing fingers» for Macron in French vote

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The EU has clearly pinned its hopes on pro-European presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron in Sunday's French run-off vote, wary of the threat posed by the fiercely eurosceptic Marine Le Pen.

02/05/2017 12:23

Greece, creditors look to debt relief after provisional fiscal deal

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Greece and its creditors on Tuesday closed a troubled chapter on fiscal reforms with a preliminary deal on pension and tax cuts, offering hope for a debt relief agreement later this month.

14/03/2017 07:25

Skyrocketing drug prices key question in Trump health care reform

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Amid the drive to repeal and replace Obamacare, the question remains whether President Donald Trump and the Republican-led Congress can bring down skyrocketing drug prices.

14/03/2017 00:11

EU extends sanctions over Ukraine crisis for six months

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The European Union on Monday prolonged by another six months sanctions against Russian and Ukrainian individuals over their role in the Ukraine crisis.

12/03/2017 17:04

Tensions stoked up in the Balkans

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The devastating wars in the Balkans ended almost two decades ago but tensions have spiked throughout the region, where a battle for influence is playing out between Russia and the West.

12/03/2017 16:59

Prudent Merkel meets unpredictable Trump amid tense ties

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Europe's most powerful leader, Angela Merkel, meets for the first time next week America's flamboyant President Donald Trump whose arrival in the White House has sent shockwaves across the Atlantic.

16/01/2017 11:10

NATO, Russia, Merkel, Brexit: Trump unleashes broadsides on Europe

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NATO is «obsolete», Germany's Angela Merkel made a «catastrophic mistake» on refugees, Brexit will be «great» and the US could cut a deal with Russia: Donald Trump unleashed a volley of broadsides in interviews with European media.

18/12/2016 03:56

Iran seeks meeting of nuclear deal powers to protest US sanctions

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ran formally requested a meeting of the commission that oversees its nuclear deal with world powers to complain about the renewing of sanctions by the United States, state television reported Saturday.

05/11/2016 20:25

British PM heads to India with eye on post-Brexit ties

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British Prime Minister Theresa May will lead a major business delegation to India this week, using her first trip outside Europe since the Brexit vote to push for more trade with the world's fastest-growing major economy.

03/10/2016 14:49

Pound plunges as UK minister warns of Brexit «rollercoaster»

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The pound hit a three-year low against the euro Monday after Prime Minister Theresa May said Britain will trigger Brexit negotiations by the end of March and her finance minister warned of «turbulence».

23/09/2016 16:23

Five questions on troubled US-EU trade pact

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The European Union and United States are struggling to complete talks on a vast free-trade zone that would simplify rules and slash tariffs in a market of 850 million people.

22/09/2016 16:36

Amazon crafts new section for «Handmade» goods in Europe

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US online retailing giant Amazon rolled out across Europe on Thursday its section where it features hand-crafted products sold directly by artisans.

28/08/2016 22:37

German minister says talks on EU-US trade deal have «failed»

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Germany's vice chancellor and economy minister Sigmar Gabriel said Sunday that negotiations on a massive trade between the European Union and the United States were effectively dead in the water.

09/07/2016 20:30

Barroso slammed over Goldman Sachs Brexit job

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Former European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso faced a wave of criticism Saturday after it emerged that he will advise US investment bank Goldman Sachs on the fallout from Brexit.

14/05/2016 15:52

SWIFT reports new «sophisticated» bank hacker attack

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The global financial system used to move hundreds of billions of dollars a day, on Friday said highly sophisticated hackers had gained access to a bank aiming to hijack fund transfers made via the network.

03/04/2016 09:10

Truce in «currency war», but will it last?

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A truce appears to have emerged in the undeclared global «currency war», but analysts question whether central banks have really given up manipulating exchange rates to prop up their economies.

01/04/2016 16:10

Priceless tomes in Italy hold key to European identity

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As Europe struggles with an identity crisis, a new exhibition in Rome looks at the birth of European culture through ancient manuscripts and the earliest printed books, including a first edition of Dante's Divine Comedy.

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