UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the European Union on Monday that the Brexit ball was in its court, and that the bloc should now urgently discuss in detail his proposal for breaking the deadlock in talks ahead of Britain’s departure on October 31.
Brexit ball now in EU’s court: Johnson
Climate protesters from Sydney to London blocked roads on Monday, sparking arrests as they kicked off two weeks of global protests demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction."
Climate protesters block roads in global 'rebellion'
Portugal's incumbent Prime Minister Antonio Costa's Socialist Party won a general election marked by low turnout on Sunday after presiding over a period of solid economic growth following years of austerity.
Socialists win again in Portugal's poll
With the clock ticking on Britain’s scheduled departure from the European Union (EU), Prime Minister Boris Johnson continues to maintain that a deal may still be struck.
PM makes final dash for Brexit as zero hour approaches
The Metropolitan Police have raided a building in Kennington (London) housing environmental protesters and arrested 10 activists.
Police launch pre-emptive raid against protesters
The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is still gambling on winning his Brexit blame game.
Boris Johnson 'will dare the Queen to SACK him'
There is mounting anger in Britain over an incident involving the wife of an American diplomat.
American diplomat's wife killed British teenager in a case of careless driving
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, to protest a government peace plan that would grant broader autonomy to self-proclaimed, pro-Russia territories in the country’s east.
Thousands protest government’s peace plan in Ukraine
Tehran stresses cooperation despite obstacles
A five-day training course on nuclear law, in coordination with the European Union, was inaugurated at the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran on Sunday with the AEOI spokesman highlighting such cooperation as a turning point.
Iran-EU training course on nuclear law kicks off
With the resumption of crunch Brexit talks on Monday looming large, European leaders piled pressure on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to revise his offer, and to do so quickly.
EU presses UK to resubmit Brexit plan as end-game looms

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