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Which EU countries would be most affected by a ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and why are NGOs and some MEPs campaigning for the change?
US media reports suggest Rex Tillerson, who has been at odds with President Trump, will be replaced within weeks by CIA Director Mike Pompeo
Albinen estimates that in the next five years, five to 10 families will benefit from the scheme
Katrin Jakobsdottir has become Iceland's new prime minister after her Left-Green Movement reached a coalition deal
The prosecution's star witness in an international corruption trial in New York has implicated the Turkish President in a scheme to help Iran evade US sanctions
Reports in the US media say President Trump is planning to replace his Secretary of State with CIA director Pompeo
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
In this edition: EU and African leaders vow
Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag called the trial a "theatre"
Today show host Matt Lauer apologized for what he called his "troubling flaws" in a statement read out on the popular NBC morning show.
Amid talk of a big divorce settlement with the EU, and negotiations dragging on, UK voters on both sides of the debate express their frustration
Traditional watchmaking is about patience, precision, enthusiasm, accuracy and concentration – coupled with years of learning. In the Swiss Vallée de
Mobility was a keyword at the world’s largest robot exhibition, held in Tokyo.
The T-HR3 – Toyota’s latest robot – is not only good at Tai Chi but
A spat between US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May is putting the Anglo/American relationship under strain.
Christopher Plummer replaces star accused of sexual misconduct in new film teaser.
Under Swedish law, rape doesn’t have to involve intercourse
Rolando Villazón and Ildar Abdrazakov team up for a rare series of duets in a Europe-wide tour.
The scandal surrounding slave trading in Libya has overshadowed this EU-Africa summit in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.
Leaders agreed a deal promising to
The inquiry is focusing on whether someone helped former military commander Slobodan Praljak obtain the poison he swallowed in front of the Hague tribunal.
The Philippine President's war on drugs has led to thousands of extrajudicial killings and drawn international condemnation.
German politicians went into damage control amid outcry over media reports that the food additive, which is used in kebabs, may be banned.
Greece has a responsibility to protect the human rights of people arriving on its islands, says Human Rights Watch's Emina Ćerimović
Police intercept 331 kilos of heroin most of it at Barcelona's port where it was hidden inside cement bags.
Relations with Washington are in an 'appalling' state, the worst he can recall, says the Russian prime minister.
The Italian volunteers were having a meeting when an unwanted group showed up unannounced—skinheads from Veneto.
An iconic sculpture that once stood on the plaza of the original World Trade Center has officially been returned to its home.
The sphere now
But there was quite a hiccup at the height of the crisis in October, when retail sales dropped and almost 3,000 companies moved their headquarters out of Catalonia.
OPEC and Russia have agreed to extend oil production cuts until the end of 2018.
The move extends an existing deal between the oil producers to
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the US of trying to force North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to "fly off the handle" as a pretext to waging war
China’s new manned submersible has been proved to be excellent in its general performance after a deep-sea testing in October, said chief designer Hu
The evil villain Thanos is preparing to take over the universe and Marvel has recruited all of its cinematic superheroes, from Iron Man and Thor to