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Post-Brexit deal: How exactly do the EU-UK positions differ?
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'Firm decision' to be made on UK-EU trade talks by Sunday, leaders say
Leaders say 'very large gaps remain' amid fears of no post-Brexit deal, following talks between UK PM Boris Johnson and EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in Brussels
Brexit deal looking 'very tricky', UK PM says ahead of Brussels talks
The British leader told reporters on Tuesday he remains "optimistic" a deal can be secured but warned that "it's looking very, very difficult at the moment."
Barnier 'gloomy' on progress amid final drive for Brexit trade deal
EU and UK negotiators try again to bridge gaps but whether or not a deal can be done may depend on political leaders as time runs out.
What does a no-deal Brexit mean? Key players' views in their own words
For Boris Johnson it would be a 'good outcome'; for many in industry, farming and other walks of life, a disaster. Here's what they say failure to strike a post-Brexit deal would mean.
Brexit talks endgame: Does the political will exist to strike a deal?
Brexit trade talks went into a near-blackout 'tunnel' several weeks ago. Whether there is light at the end of it, or a dead end, remains unclear. One EU source has even identified Thursday as decision day: "Either an accord is reached, or it will be the end".
Serious differences remain after latest round of Brexit trade talks
Will a meeting between UK PM Boris Johnson and EU chief Ursula Von der Leyen on Saturday help break the deadlock?
Kosovo-Serbia talks resume in Brussels after stateside meeting
Balkan analyst Đorđe Bojović says the Washington talks were more about Trump securing a foreign policy win ahead of November's presidential election than securing a settlement between Kosovo and Serbia.
Brexit: No extension for transition period beyond December 2020
The UK Prime Minister and European Commission President said in a joint statement that there would be no extension of the post-Brexit transition period.
Brussels 'can open EU membership talks' with Albania & North Macedonia
After setbacks, the door is once again open for both Tirana and Skopje to begin talks that may lead to them joining the EU.
EU's Barnier cautiously optimistic on Brexit progress
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier reckons a deal is near that will see both sides talking trade. They agreed they must settle the
Catalonia leaves door wide open for talks with Spanish authorities
Catalonia says it is leaving the door wide open for Spain's authorities to hold talks and discuss options on independence.
EU and UK seek new 'partnership,' as Brexit talks begin
The big Brexit talks have kicked off in Brussels, with both sides sitting down for their first official discussions over the UK leaving the EU.
Mexico and EU closing in on trade deal
With Mexico's future trade relations with the US up for renegotiation, Europe seeks to take advantage with an improved agreement
Brexit divorce turns nasty over German media leaks
The divorce between Britain and Brussels is getting nasty after a German newspaper reported last week’s Brexit talks were a disaster.
Fresh Cyprus talks set for next month
The leaders of Cyprus and the self-styled Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus will meet in Geneva next month for a fresh round of talks on reuniting the island.
NATO chief seeks Trump's backing for alliance
A strong NATO is in the interests of both Europe and the United States, the head of the alliance said on Tuesday, following Donald Trump’s election victory.
The Brief from Brussels: Belgium agree last minute deal on CETA
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of stories making headlines in Europe’s de facto political capital.
Wallonia premier urges fresh negotiations on EU-Canada free trade deal
Paul Magnette leads the regional government in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, where the parliament has refused to provide its backing for the federal government’s move to approve the
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State of the Union: EU tries to portray unity amid rows over migration, defence
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Carnegie Europe Director: "Britain has lost a lot more than the EU"
Euronews spoke to Carnegie Europe Director, Jan Techau, to get his take on how the EU will handle with the split with the UK.
Migrant crisis: EU-Turkey summit planned to beef up action
There have been renewed clashes over Europe’s handling of the migrant crisis as leaders met late into the night in Brussels. The end result: a
Brexit: EU deal for Britain still elusive after late-night talks
Leaders talked through the night in Brussels, but no deal yet for Britain on its EU reform demands. It seems British Prime Minister David Cameron is
More Greek talks set to end in deadlock
A last chance to save Greece. Or at least until the next last chance comes along. Eurozone finance ministers met in Luxembourg on Thursday to try and
Local Libyan leaders seek peaceful end to conflict
EU and UN officials have called for a peaceful end to the conflict in Libya after a meeting with local representatives in Brussels. The UN’s envoy to
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Is Iran serious about a deal on its nuclear programme?
Iran has opened its doors to the world’s nuclear watchdog, the IAEA as part of a deal with six world powers aimed at preventing the country from