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Europe's fate 'in our own hands': Merkel after Trump barbs

Berlin - German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted on Monday that "we Europeans have our fate in our own hands", after Donald Trump criticised the EU and praised Britain's decision to leave the bloc.

Pound drops after Brexit backing from Trump

London - Prime Minister Theresa May won endorsement from US President-elect Donald Trump over her Brexit course but sterling plunged on Monday on fears that Britain could be on a collision course with its EU allies.

Mogherini says EU to stand by Iran nuclear accord

Brussels - EU foreign affairs head Federica Mogherini on Monday insisted the bloc will stand by the Iran nuclear accord, bluntly condemned by US President-elect Donald Trump, because it serves Europe's security needs.

Europe hits back at Trump over 'obsolete' NATO

Brussels - Angela Merkel led a sharp European response to US President-elect Donald Trump on Monday after he branded the NATO alliance "obsolete" and criticised the German chancellor's open-door refugee policy.

British PM targeting clean divorce in Brexit speech

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May will target a clean divorce from the EU when she sets out her Brexit plans in a major speech this week, newspapers reported Sunday.

Legal action in Ireland on possibility of Brexit U-turn

Dublin - A British lawyer launched legal action in Ireland on Friday in a bid to force the European Court of Justice to rule on whether or not Britain can reverse Brexit even after starting negotiations with Brussels.

Trump betting on EU breakup would be 'sheer folly': envoy

Brussels - The Donald Trump administration would be committing "sheer folly" if it supports the European Union's breakup as it seems to be doing, the outgoing US ambassador to the EU warned Friday.

Experts propose EU levy corporate tax under budget reform

Brussels - A group of experts called Thursday for "substantial reform" of the European Union budget that might see Brussels levy corporate and other taxes to cope better with crises.

British PM to make major Brexit speech

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May will make a major speech next week setting out further details on her plan for leaving the European Union, Downing Street said on Thursday.

Merkel warns 'eternal' US-EU ties not guaranteed

Brussels - German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned the EU Thursday it should not rely on "eternal" US support, as concern grows in Europe about Donald Trump's commitment to transatlantic ties.

Big investors in Turkey to be allowed citizenship

Istanbul - Turkey will grant citizenship to those who invest or buy valuable property in the country, the Official Gazette said Thursday, as it tries to boost its flagging economy.

Brexit deal must be worse than EU membership: Malta PM

Valletta - Britain's deal for leaving the European Union must be worse than the terms of its membership, said Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, whose country has just taken on the six-month EU presidency.

Cyprus talks 'very last chance', says EU's Juncker

Valletta - Rival Cypriot leaders meeting in Switzerland are facing "the very last chance" to end the four-decades-old division of Cyprus, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said Wednesday.

Labour leader Corbyn says UK govt 'unfit' to negotiate Brexit

Peterborough - British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn accused Prime Minister Theresa May's government on Tuesday of being "unfit" to negotiate Brexit, saying it has no plan and cannot make a success of leaving the European Union.

Conservatives vow to battle eurosceptics in European Parliament

Brussels - The centre-right European People's Party (EPP) on Tuesday vowed to battle a growing threat from eurosceptics as it pushed its bid to take over the leadership of the European Parliament.

EU clears French rescue of troubled nuclear firm Areva

Brussels - EU anti-trust regulators on Tuesday cleared the French government's massive restructuring of troubled state-owned nuclear reactor builder Areva.

German EU commissioner defends himself over controversial remarks

Brussels - EU Commissioner Guenther Oettinger defended himself on Monday over controversial remarks he made about women, homosexuals and Chinese people.

Italy's Five Star rejected by EU parliament liberals

Brussels - The liberal group in the European Parliament on Monday rejected a controversial application by Italy's biggest opposition party, the populist Five Star Movement, to join forces.

Turkey says EU 'incomplete' without it, eyes better US ties

Ankara - Turkey on Monday urged the Europea Union to revive stalled negotiations on Ankara joining the bloc, saying without it Europe was "incomplete".

Six months in, Brexit shadow looms over PM May

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May was hailed as a steadying influence when she took over a country deeply divided by the EU referendum, but six months later she is facing widespread criticism for her apparent Brexit indecision.

Italian populist urges abandoning UKIP in EU Parliament

Rome - The head of Italy's populist Five Star movement (M5S) said Sunday he wants to abandon a eurosceptic alliance in the European Parliament with Britain's UKIP party, which will leave the legislature after Brexit.

UK will have 'control over borders' after Brexit: PM

London - Prime Minister Theresa May insisted on Sunday that Britain will have "control over our borders" after Brexit, suggesting she would be prepared to quit Europe's trading zone to achieve it."The referendum vote was a vote for us to...

Brexit negotiator Verhofstadt running for EU parliament head

Brussels - The European Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt announced Friday his candidacy to lead the assembly, vowing to be a "bridge builder" during turbulent times.

Activists slam German EU man's new job after 'racist' remarks

Brussels - Rights groups said Thursday that Germany's EU Commissioner Guenther Oettinger was unfit to run the human resources portfolio because of his divisive record of "racist, sexist and homophobic" remarks.

Brexit will be 'tough' and 'complicated': UK finance minister

London - British Finance Minister Philip Hammond has warned that Brexit negotiations would be difficult, but said he hoped to maintain strong economic ties with the European Union.

Britain's new man in Brussels an experienced negotiator

London - Britain's new EU ambassador is a veteran diplomat chosen to bring toughness and experience but also to calm civil servants restive over London's cryptic Brexit strategy, former colleagues and experts said Thursday.

Britain picks 'tough negotiator' as new EU envoy

London - Britain on Wednesday said it has picked a "tough negotiator" to replace its ambassador to the European Union, who unexpectedly resigned just weeks before Brexit negotiations are due to start.

EU Commission 'regrets loss' of UK ambassador Rogers

Brussels - The European Commission said on Wednesday it regretted that Britain's ambassador to the EU Ivan Rogers had resigned, just as London prepared to launch fraught Brexit divorce negotiations.

Britain's Brexit plans rocked by EU ambassador's resignation

London - Britain's Brexit plans were in turmoil Wednesday after the UK's ambassador to the EU quit, blasting "ill-founded arguments and muddled thinking" less than three months before the process is due to start.

Britain's EU ambassador quits before Brexit trigger

London - Britain's ambassador to the European Union resigned on Tuesday, adding uncertainty to the Brexit process less than three months before the UK is due to trigger its departure negotiations.
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