The Russian Progress MS-11 cargo spacecraft will for the second time fly to the International Space Station (ISS) under the three-hour scheme, circling Earth twice, in March 2019, a source in the aerospace industry told Sputnik.
Source: Russian Progress freighter to fly to ISS under short scheme for second time
A new survey shows that business growth in the eurozone has hit a four-year low in December amid concerns about a global trade war and the recent violent anti-government protests in France.
Eurozone growth hits 4-year low on trade worries, France unrest: Survey
Pro-Brexit protesters have blocked London’s Westminster Bridge to express support for Brexit, adopting the iconic "Yellow Vests" used by anti-Macron protesters in France.
'Yellow Vest' protesters show up in London, block Westminster Bridge
France will deploy tens of thousands of police nationwide and around 8,000 in Paris today to handle a fifth weekend of ‘yellow vest’ protests, although the movement appears to be losing steam after concessions by President Emmanuel Macron.
French police prepare for fifth wave of 'yellow vest' protests
The Swiss government approved on Friday the text of a trade agreement with Britain that aims to maintain economic and commercial relations with its sixth-biggest export market after Brexit, the cabinet said.
Swiss gov't approves text of trade deal with Britain
A surge in the supply of pure cocaine to Europe has led to a rise in drug-related murders as new criminal gangs muscle into a market previously dominated by the mafia, the EU drugs agency European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction said.
New gangs 'Uberize' Europe's cocaine supply, bring more violence
More than 24,000 people in Britain will spend the festive period sleeping rough or in cars, trains, buses or tents, according to new estimates that throw light on the scale of so-called “hidden” homelessness.
24,000 sleeping rough or on public transport in UK, charity says
In the small Scottish fishing village of Pittenweem, residents are worried the political wrangling in London is pushing their dream of Brexit beyond the North Sea horizon.
Storm over Brexit troubles Scottish fishermen
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has traveled to Brussels to attend a European Union summit as she desperately seeks privileges from the bloc that could enhance her chances of going through the British parliament with a controversial EU withdrawal agreement.
Weakened UK PM in Brussels to seek EU help on Brexit deal
US National Security Adviser John Bolton has said that President Donald Trump will not meet Russian President Vladimir Putin “in the foreseeable future” due to Moscow’s seizure of Ukrainian ships and their crews from the Kerch Strait.
Trump won’t meet Putin ‘in the foreseeable future’: Bolton

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