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EU, UK warn of big differences as Brexit talks head to London

EU, UK warn of big differences as Brexit talks head to London EU, UK warn of big differences as Brexit talks head to London
A round of intensified Brexit talks ended on Thursday with both sides warning of big remaining differences but committing to more negotiations...
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EU racism pledge clouded by 'blackface' controversy

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A pledge by the EU to make its 30,000 strong civil service more diverse was overshadowed on Wednesday by the blackface-wearing past of its...
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US top court in landmark ruling to protect LGBT workers

US top court in landmark ruling to protect LGBT workers US top court in landmark ruling to protect LGBT workers
The US Supreme Court delivered a landmark victory for the gay and transgender communities Monday when it ruled that employers cannot discriminate...
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EU must play global role in virus crisis, says Merkel

EU must play global role in virus crisis, says Merkel EU must play global role in virus crisis, says Merkel
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday said the European Union should take more global responsibility in the coronavirus crisis, especially...
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EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief

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The European Union must adopt a "more robust" strategy to deal with an increasingly assertive China, the bloc's foreign policy chief said Monday...
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IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt

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The IMF board approved $2.77 billion in emergency aid for Egypt on Monday, to help the country deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic,...
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EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten

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With the coronavirus crisis hardening Europe's borders and draining the continent's resources, Brussels is trying to reassure its Balkan neighbours...
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Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan

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Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win'

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EU, UK warn of big differences as Brexit talks head to London

EU, UK warn of big differences as Brexit talks head to London EU, UK warn of big differences as Brexit talks head to London
A round of intensified Brexit talks ended on Thursday with both sides warning of big remaining differences but committing to more negotiations...
Read More...

EU racism pledge clouded by 'blackface' controversy

EU racism pledge clouded by 'blackface' controversy EU racism pledge clouded by 'blackface' controversy
A pledge by the EU to make its 30,000 strong civil service more diverse was overshadowed on Wednesday by the blackface-wearing past of its...
Read More...

US top court in landmark ruling to protect LGBT workers

US top court in landmark ruling to protect LGBT workers US top court in landmark ruling to protect LGBT workers
The US Supreme Court delivered a landmark victory for the gay and transgender communities Monday when it ruled that employers cannot discriminate...
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EU must play global role in virus crisis, says Merkel

EU must play global role in virus crisis, says Merkel EU must play global role in virus crisis, says Merkel
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday said the European Union should take more global responsibility in the coronavirus crisis, especially...
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EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief

EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief
The European Union must adopt a "more robust" strategy to deal with an increasingly assertive China, the bloc's foreign policy chief said Monday...
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IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt

IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt
The IMF board approved $2.77 billion in emergency aid for Egypt on Monday, to help the country deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic,...
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EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten

EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten
With the coronavirus crisis hardening Europe's borders and draining the continent's resources, Brussels is trying to reassure its Balkan neighbours...
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Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan

Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan
EU leaders are set to haggle on Thursday over a giant package to help their economies recover from the coronavirus pandemic, but bitter divisions...
Read More...

Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win'

Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win' Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win'
Thousands of Israelis demonstrated Sunday in Tel Aviv to warn against what they said was a threat to democracy from ongoing coalition talks...
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