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Italy launches campaign to warn migrants of risks

Rome - Italy on Thursday launched a hard-hitting campaign on the internet, TV, radio and social media to warn African migrants of the many dangers they face in trying to reach Europe.Dubbed "Aware Migrants," the 1.5-million-euro ($1.

Poland says EU threats over top court changes illegal

Berlin - The leader of Poland's governing conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party on Thursday lashed out at an EU disciplinary process that is piling pressure on Warsaw, saying the European Commission is acting illegally.

May cautious on Brexit route as Rome urges clear timeline

Rome - Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday said Britain would take the time needed to steer its way towards the EU exit as Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi urged a clear timeline to deliver Brexit.

EU sets Poland 3-month deadline to reverse changes to top court

Brussels - The European Union on Wednesday handed Poland's rightwing government a three-month deadline to reverse changes to its Constitutional Court or face sanctions for breaching EU norms on the rule of law and democracy.

Bankers' 'bete noire' to lead Brexit talks

Brussels - Veteran French politician and former EU commissioner Michel Barnier was named Wednesday to lead Brexit talks with London where he was the "bete noire" of free-wheeling bankers hostile to his bonus curbs and tighter regulations.

EU states confirm Estonia to take over presidency from UK

Brussels - Estonia will take over the rotating EU presidency from Britain in late 2017 after London pulled out to focus on negotiations to leave the bloc, the 28 members of the union said on Tuesday.

Post-Brexit immigration hot topic as May heads for Poland

Varsovia - The post-Brexit future of thousands of Poles in Britain will likely be at the top of the agenda Thursday when new British Prime Minister Theresa May heads to Warsaw for talks.

Erdogan accuses EU of not paying up under migrant deal

Berlin - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday accused the EU of not meeting its aid commitments under a deal to send Syrian refugees back across the Aegean, but Brussels denied the charge.

EU orders Spain to recover high-speed train test funds

Brussels - The EU ordered Spain on Monday to recover 140 million euros ($150 million) in illegal state aid set aside for a high-speed train test centre that Brussels said was unnecessary.

Beijing slaps EU, Japan, S. Korea with steel duties

Bejing - China said Sunday it has started imposing anti-dumping tariffs on certain steel imports from the European Union, Japan and South Korea, as Beijing itself comes under fire for similar trade practices.

Turkey EU minister says 'not end of road' for membership bid

Ankara - Turkey's EU minister said Saturday that the failed coup does not spell the end of its membership bid and pledged to abide by the terms of the refugee deal with the bloc.

Preparing for Brexit: UK faces monumental task

London - While British politicians have spent the month since the EU referendum in a whirl of resignations, recriminations and political backstabbings, civil servants have been quietly beginning the mammoth task of implementing Brexit.

Hollande tells UK no single market without free movement

Paris - French President Francois Hollande on Thursday told Britain it would have to choose between access to the single market and the free movement of people when it begins its negotiations on leaving the European Union.

Corbyn launches bid to remain UK Labour Party leader

London - Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn launched his bid on Thursday to remain head of Britain's largest opposition party despite bitter divisions that have been deepened by the Brexit referendum.

Hollande urges Brexit talks 'as soon as possible'

Dublin - French President Francois Hollande on Thursday urged Britain to begin talks to leave the EU "as soon as possible" and ruled out granting access to the single market without allowing EU workers into Britain.

France, Ireland urge UK to start Brexit process 'as soon as possible'

Dublin - Britain should begin the process of leaving the European Union "as soon as possible", France and Ireland said after talks between President Francois Hollande and Prime Minister Enda Kenny in Dublin.

Merkel accepts Britain's decision to delay triggering Brexit

Berlin - Germany and Britain agreed Wednesday that Prime Minister Theresa May needed time to prepare for talks to leave the EU, after London took the first step towards Brexit by giving up its presidency of the European Union.

Owen Smith: Unknown pitching to lead UK Labour party

London - Owen Smith is barely known outside Westminster and his base in Wales, but moderates in Britain's opposition Labour party are pinning their hopes on him to unseat socialist leader Jeremy Corbyn.

May 'channelling Thatcher' in parliament debut

London - Conservative lawmakers cheered British Prime Minister Theresa May as she repeatedly mocked the opposition while dodging key questions on Brexit in a confident debut at parliamentary question time on Wednesday.

Turkey coup attempt crackdown 'flouts rule of law': Germany

Berlin - Germany on Wednesday condemned Turkey's escalating crackdown following a failed coup, saying the hardline response "flouts the rule of law".

EU defies Brexit with UK greenhouse gases targets

Brussels - The EU unveiled national targets Wednesday for cutting greenhouse gases by 2030, insisting Britain is still legally required to help the bloc meet its UN goal despite being set to leave.

Britain relinquishes rotating EU presidency planned for 2017

London - Britain will no longer take on the rotating EU presidency as planned next year, relinquishing the role following the Brexit vote, Prime Minister Theresa May's office said Wednesday.

May takes first step to Brexit ahead of Merkel talks

London - Prime Minister Theresa May took the first step towards Brexit on Wednesday by giving up Britain's presidency of the European Council, ahead of her first meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

EU to rollout ultrafast 100Mbps broadband across Europe by 2025

The European Union is planning to set ambitious new targets for universal Internet connections over the next decade. It wants to see everyone in Europe able to access 100Mbps ultrafast broadband by 2025, allowing for new online experiences.

EU probes French state rescue of nuclear firm Areva

Brussels - EU anti-trust regulators opened an investigation into the restructuring of the French state-owned nuclear reactor builder Areva, the European Commission said on Tuesday.

British PM Theresa May hosts John Kerry at Downing Street

London - US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday became the first senior foreign official to meet British Prime Minister Theresa May since she took office after the Brexit referendum.

British MPs back new PM and vote to update nuclear deterrent

London - New British Prime Minster Theresa May on Monday won her first parliamentary battle when MPs overwhelmingly voted to replace the ageing submarines that carry Britain's nuclear arsenal.

EU grants new aid to struggling milk farmers

Brussels - The EU announced Monday a further 500 million euros ($553 million) for farmers to help reverse the plunge in prices shaking a dairy industry hit by overproduction and a Russian embargo.

Turkey reinstating death penalty would end EU talks, Germany warns

Berlin - Germany warned Turkey on Monday against reinstating the death penalty, as it blasted "revolting scenes of caprice and revenge" in the wake of a failed coup attempt.

NATO, US, EU warn Turkey on coup crackdown

Brussels - The United States, the European Union and NATO on Monday warned Turkey to respect the rule of law after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government launched a massive crackdown following the failed coup.
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