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UK's May takes Brexit deal to rebellious MPs

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Thursday begin trying to sell her Brexit deal to parliament, boosted by the backing of her cabinet but facing a mutiny in her own party.

Main points of the draft Brexit agreement

Fpo - The European Union has published the 585-page draft Brexit deal aimed at ensuring a smooth divorce next March and outlining a transition period for both sides to adjust to the break.

EU will retaliate if Trump imposes auto tariffs: trade official

Washington - The European Union is prepared to retaliate if US President Donald Trump imposes new tariffs on auto imports, EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom warned on Wednesday.

UK business breathes sigh of relief at draft Brexit deal

London - British businesses breathed a sigh of relief after the cabinet on Wednesday gave its backing to a draft Brexit deal that still faces numerous hurdles in Brussels and London.The pound rose to around $1.

It's not over yet: Brexit battle with MPs awaits

London - Securing a Brexit deal with the EU was tough, but even with the cabinet behind her, Prime Minister Theresa May faces a battle to secure the approval of rebellious MPs.

Brexit breakthrough: the Irish issue explained

London - The draft Brexit deal between Britain and the European Union was made possible by a breakthrough over the Irish border, but it could still prove the issue that unravels the agreement.

UK's May wins cabinet backing for Brexit deal

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May won the support of her bitterly divided cabinet on Wednesday for a draft divorce deal with the European Union that has put both Brexit and her leadership at stake.

China says is no threat to EU, after Macron army call

Bejing - China said on Wednesday that it had never posed a threat to Europe as it responded to a proposal by French President Emmanuel Macron for a "European army" to defend the bloc against China, Russia, and even the US.

UK's May takes Brexit deal to cabinet as MPs revolt

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May will seek her cabinet's approval Wednesday for a long-awaited divorce deal with the EU but hardline Brexiteer MPs warned they will seek to block it in parliament.

EU Trade Commissioner seeks to further talks with US

Washington - EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom arrived in Washington on Tuesday to further talks with the United States on a new trade deal, but she stressed that it would be limited.

Italy sticks to big-spending budget in high-stakes EU standoff

Rome - Italy's populist government defied the European Commission Tuesday by sticking to its big-spending budget plan, risking financial sanctions in a high-stakes standoff with Brussels.

Britain announces draft Brexit deal with EU

London - Britain has agreed a draft Brexit deal with the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May announced Tuesday, although she must still get it through her cabinet and the deeply divided parliament.

Austria says won't host Iran sanctions-busting payments system

Vienna - Austria has rejected hosting a special payment system designed to help EU countries trade with Iran despite US sanctions, the Austrian foreign ministry said Tuesday.

UK says has agreed draft Brexit deal with EU

London - Britain has agreed a draft Brexit deal with the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May announced Tuesday, but she must still get it through her cabinet and the deeply divided parliament in London.

Merkel calls for a 'real, true' European army

Strasbourg - German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday made a clear call for a future European army, in an apparent rebuke to US President Donald Trump who has called such proposals "very insulting".

EU says Romania has backtracked on court reforms

Strasbourg - The European Commission complained Tuesday that Romania has gone back on court reforms, urging Bucharest to revive efforts immediately to fight corruption and ensure judicial independence.

UK says 'small number' of issues remain for Brexit deal

London - EU officials published a contingency plan on Tuesday for a 'no-deal' Brexit as negotiators scrambled to secure agreement in the next 24 hours, even as Britain said there were still a "small number" of issues to resolve.

Italy to defy EU over big-spend budget

Milan - Italy's populist government was set Tuesday to defy the European Commission, preferring to risk financial sanctions than revise its big-spending budget.

British PM eyes Brexit endgame, but not at any cost

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday that negotiators were working through the night to get a Brexit deal with the EU but vowed it would not be "an agreement at any cost".

Bulgaria set to reject UN migration pact

Sofia - Bulgaria said Monday it may join other countries such as the United States, Hungary and Austria in rejecting a United Nations pact aimed at better regulating worldwide migration.

EU defence efforts musn't hurt transatlantic bond: NATO chief

Berlin - NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg warned Europe against undermining transatlantic ties, following a defence spat between US President Donald Trump and French leader Emmanuel Macron.

Tusk lashes out at Trump stance on Europe

Lodz - European Union chief Donald Tusk on Saturday accused US President Donald Trump of being averse to a "strong and united" Europe and also warned against the emergence of a "brownshirt" nationalist front in EU elections next year.

Kosovo-Serbia border will not be redrawn on ethnic lines: Thaci

Paris - A revised border between Kosovo and Serbia will not be drawn along ethnic lines, Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci insisted in an interview with AFP on Friday.

Boris Johnson's brother quits UK govt over 'terrible mistake' Brexit deal

London - Jo Johnson, the Remain-backing brother of Brexit figurehead Boris Johnson, resigned as Britain's transport minister Friday, branding a proposed EU withdrawal deal a "terrible mistake" that needed a fresh referendum.

UK minister quits over 'terrible mistake' of proposed Brexit deal

London - Jo Johnson resigned as Britain's transport minister on Friday, branding the proposed Brexit deal a "terrible mistake" that necessitated a fresh referendum on leaving the EU.

Ukraine leader refuses to fire prosecutor after activist acid attack death

Kiev - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday refused to accept the resignation of his top prosecutor over the death of an anti-corruption campaigner following a horrific acid attack, his office said.

Legal challenge as Sri Lankan political turmoil deepens

Colombo - Sri Lanka's largest party announced Saturday a legal challenge to President Maithripala Sirisena's sacking of parliament, a move that has plunged the Indian Ocean island nation into fresh turmoil and alarmed the international community.

UK PM faces fury of Northern Irish allies over Brexit

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May drew the fury of her crucial Northern Irish allies on Friday after seemingly accepting an EU-backed Brexit solution they fervently oppose.

Italy vows to keep euro despite Brussels standoff

Rome - Italy will not leave the eurozone, populist Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Friday, despite a standoff with Brussels over Rome's big-spending budget.

'Very minor' irregularities in Madagascar vote: EU

Antananarivo - EU election observers said on Friday that Madagascar's presidential election this week had "very minor" irregularities after candidate Hery Rajaonarimampianina alleged the vote was mired by fraud.
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