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Europe's far-right leaders hail 'historic' Austrian govt deal

Prague - Europe's far-right leaders including Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders on Saturday hailed as "historic" the government coalition deal struck by their Austrian Freedom Party (FPOe) peer with the conservatives.

May wins Brexit boost, but bigger battles await

London - After a turbulent few months when some predicted she could be gone by Christmas, British Prime Minister Theresa May finally has some good news with a deal on Brexit -- but any reprieve will likely be short-lived.

Le Pen, Wilders to meet European far-right leaders amid protests

Prague - Europe's far-right leaders including Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders will gather for a controversial conference in Prague on Saturday held under tight security amid protests planned to counter groups spreading xenophobia.

EU compromise on migrants 'very hard': Tusk

Brussels - European leaders will find it "very hard" to reach a compromise in talks on a new policy for admitting refugees by a June deadline, EU President Donald Tusk said at a summit Friday.

Tusk warns 'dramatically difficult' to reach Brexit deal by March 2019

Brussels - EU President Donald Tusk warned Friday it would be "dramatically difficult" to reach a final Brexit deal by March 2019 as he said the bloc would begin "exploratory contacts" with Britain over its future relationship.

France, Germany to unveil eurozone reforms in March

Brussels - Germany and France will offer their joint vision for reforming the eurozone by March, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday, in an effort to bridge divisions over the future of the single currency.

Brexit: What We Know

London - After European Union leaders agreed Friday to begin talks on the bloc's future relationship with Britain, here is an outline of what we know so far about the UK's departure from the EU:- Timing -Following Britain's vote to leave the EU in a June 2016 r...

From referendum to Brexit green light: Key dates

London - From the shock vote to leave the European Union to EU leaders giving the go-ahead for the start of negotiations on a future UK-EU partnership on Friday, here are some of the milestones on the path to Britain leaving the European Union:- Britons vote fo...

Brexit rebel MP Grieve says receiving death threats: reports

London - A Conservative MP who led a rebellion against Prime Minister Theresa May over Brexit legislation says he has been receiving death threats and has passed them on to the police, British media reported Friday.

EU opens next Brexit phase but warns 'difficult' talks ahead

Brussels - European Union leaders agreed Friday to open crucial talks on a future relationship with Britain once it leaves the bloc, but warned it would be "dramatically difficult" to reach a deal before Brexit in 2019.

EU leaders split on Macron-inspired eurozone overhaul

Brussels - EU leaders will wrangle over ways to forge a stronger eurozone on Friday, with hopes of sweeping reforms dashed by political limbo in Germany and waning interest.

Polish PM expects EU sanctions over rule of law

Brussels - Poland's new Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said Thursday he expected the EU to impose unprecedented sanctions next week that could strip his government of its voting rights over its controversial court reforms.

Polish PM expects EU to impose rare punishment over rule of law

Brussels - Poland's new Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said Thursday he expected the EU to impose unprecedented sanctions next week that could strip his government of its voting rights over its controversial court reforms.

EU leaders agree to roll over Russia sanctions: Tusk

Brussels - EU leaders on Thursday agreed to extend tough economic sanctions against Russia over its meddling in Ukraine for six months, EU President Donald Tusk said.

EU launches defence pact it calls 'bad news for enemies'

Brussels - Flanked by soldiers in combat dress, European leaders inaugurated on Thursday a landmark defence cooperation pact that EU President Donald Tusk said was "bad news for our enemies".

EU says 15,000 migrants to exit Libya in two months

Brussels - Around 15,000 African migrants will be repatriated from Libya in the next two months under an emergency plan to stop abuses there, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said Thursday.

EU leaders fail to narrow east-west gap over migrants

Brussels - EU leaders failed early Friday to narrow the east-west gap over how to deal with migrants coming to Europe and face a big task ahead to reform asylum rules by a deadline of June next year, summit participants said.

In ECB's 2020 vision, inflation goal elusive

Frankfurt Am Main - The European Central Bank upgraded its growth and inflation forecasts for the coming years Thursday but stood by its massive support to the economy, with President Mario Draghi saying it won't reach its cherished price growth target by 2020.

Hungary hails EU chief's refugee quota rejection

Budapest - Hungary's rightwing government, a fierce opponent of mass immigration, on Thursday welcomed EU President Donald Tusk's rejection of mandatory refugee quotas.

Mutiny in the ranks: May's weakness in five points

London - A rebellion in Britain's parliament over Brexit legislation spells trouble ahead for Prime Minister Theresa May as she heads to an EU summit Thursday, hobbled by divisions within her party.

Norway or Canada? Britain weighs post-Brexit trade ties

Brussels - Brexit talks are set to enter their second phase, and Britain faces historic choices on its future relations with Europe, including a possible trade deal.

EU leaders back May over Brexit talks

Brussels - EU leaders voiced support for embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May at a summit on Thursday but warned there was work to do on the next phase of Brexit talks.

Greece criticises EU chief over refugee quota comments

Atenas - Greece on Wednesday said EU President Donald Tusk's rejection of refugee quotas was "ill-timed" and had no hope of being accepted at a summit this week.

Facebook accused of inaction over Russian ads in Brexit vote

London - A senior British MP on Wednesday accused Facebook of failing to seriously investigate possible Russian influence in the Brexit vote, after it found just three adverts linked to a known propaganda group.

EU support for new plan to regulate endocrine disruptors

Brussels - The European Commission won support on Wednesday for a new plan to regulate chemicals which can potentially disrupt the body's hormones, expressing hope it can take effect next year.

EU refugee quota row flares up ahead of summit

Brussels - A row over controversial quotas for the sharing out of refugees across EU countries broke out on Wednesday on the eve of a summit where leaders will discuss the way forward on migration.

British PM facing rebellion over key Brexit bill

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May faced a rebellion by her own MPs on Wednesday over parliament's role in authorising a final Brexit deal, threatening a damaging defeat at home even as she makes progress in Brussels.

EU Parliament fails to skewer kebab meat phosphates

Strasbourg - The European Parliament on Wednesday narrowly failed to block a proposal to allow the use of phosphates in kebab meat, an additive which critics say is linked to heart disease.

EU Parliament backs opening next round of Brexit talks

Strasbourg - The European Parliament on Wednesday gave its backing to opening the next phase of Brexit talks, but said Britain must "fully and faithfully" turn last week's hard-fought divorce deal into a final exit treaty.

British PM facing rebellion over key Brexit bill

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May was Wednesday facing a rebellion from her own MPs over whether parliament will have a "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal in what would be a damaging defeat.
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