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British and U.S. trade officials met in Washington last week, as Britain sweats the risks of a “no deal Brexit” that undercuts its trade with Europe.
In the port city of Mariupol, locals struggle with Ukraine’s ongoing civil war and plan for a future where trade with the world is free again.
Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini announced he would no longer support Premier Giuseppe Conte's government, pushing Italy closer to an early election.
When Franky Zapata crossed the English Channel on his hoverboard Sunday, the French Army saw a new way to move troops across the battlefield.
How to fight extremism? In Argenteuil, France, with an innovative program that identifies and addresses discrimination, one prong of radicalization.
Northern Ireland has been a key issue in the Brexit debate. While neither the EU nor the U.K. want a hard border, how that can be avoided is unclear.
A Russian monitoring group said Sunday that 1,400 arrests was the largest number of detentions at a rally in the Russian capital in this decade.
The Kremlin has been accused of attempting to stifle a growing opposition party. In one of the city's largest opposition protests in years, more than 20,000 took to the streets this past Saturday, with another protest planned this upcoming Saturday.
European nations have struggled to cope with a record-breaking heat wave that contrasts with their usually temperate summers. Climate scientists fear such conditions are soon to become the norm.
Even as Brexit looms, tensions in the Gulf have highlighted the limits of Britain's strength without international allies.
Boris Johnson's decisive win over Jeremy Hunt makes a "no deal" Brexit look increasingly likely for Nov. 1. If Britain leaves the EU without a withdrawal agreement, economists predict tariffs, a loss of jobs, and a weakened economy will be unavoidable.
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy now has the ability to make sweeping reforms in Ukraine, after Sunday’s election gave him a majority in parliament.
In the U.K., tension between the Tory base and the elite has echoes of the tea party revolt that reshaped the GOP and blazed a path for Donald Trump.
Europe may be the best hope for salvaging the Iran nuclear deal amid rising tensions between Tehran and Washington in the Persian Gulf.
That Russia, the U.S., and the EU could oust an oligarch in Moldova is raising hopes that they can find solutions in Ukraine and Georgia too.
After a close vote, German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen was confirmed Tuesday. An outside candidate to begin with, Ms. von der Leyen must now corral a fractious European Parliament.
Germany’s disappointment over Brexit also affects its thinking about the future of the EU, even as German-British trade is expected to stay strong.
An international leader in tech oversight, France became the world's first major economy to regulate cryptocurrencies – attempting to stabilize a potentially disruptive new industry.
In the longest men's singles finals ever, Novak Djokovic claimed his fifth Wimbledon title and the second in a row.
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