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Author: AFPSat, 2018-03-24 08:32ID: 1521880072882065100BRUSSELS: European countries are set to take further steps as early as Monday to punish Russia over the poisoning of a former spy in England, officials said, as diplomatic pressure builds on Moscow over the nerve agent attack.Russia, for its part, accused London of trying to force its
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European Union leaders have given their unqualified backing to Britain over its accusation that Russia used a nerve agent to try to kill former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in southern England earlier this month.The two victims remain hospitalized in critical condition. A policeman first on the
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Turkey and the European Union are seeking to reset relations following months of acrimony.Despite fears that Turkey is sliding into authoritarianism, EU leaders will host the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in the Bulgarian resort of Varna on Monday. The meeting comes as the EU is looking to Turkey to
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Chancellor Angela Merkel's contentious relationship with her new interior minister, Horst Seehofer, threatens to overshadow her fourth term in office. The two conservative leaders fundamentally disagree about who their constituents should be.
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Author: AFPFri, 2018-03-23 18:08ID: 1521819633215361500BRUSSELS: The poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain was an “attack on European sovereignty,” French President Emmanuel Macron said Friday after EU leaders backed London’s assessment that Moscow was to blame.Diplomatic pressure is building on Moscow over its role in the nerve agent attack on Sergei
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BRUSSELS (AP) - The Latest on the European Union's summit of leaders (all times local):3:35 p.m.German Chancellor Angela Merkel says it's important to avoid...
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The Conservative leader of Surrey County Council, which covers the Chancellor Philip Hammond's own constituency, said: 'We're facing the most difficult financial crisis in our history. The Government cannot stand idly by when Rome burns'
Technology, stagnant wages and inflation threaten the future of the British high street Corbyn calls on councils to sign charter against modern... Government accused of 'shirking its responsibility' on air pollution 

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