Oil demand will grow steadily in 2019 thanks to a solid global economy, but the world may face a large supply gap by late next year if OPEC cannot cover any supply shortfalls, the International Energy Agency said on Wednesday.
Oil demand seen steady in 2019 but OPEC supply, trade risks loom: IEA
British Prime Minister Theresa May has survived another key Brexit vote but faces pressure from Conservative MPs over giving the parliament a greater say in the final deal to leave the European Union.
British prime minister survives another key Brexit vote
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras may face a no confidence vote in parliament over his decision to finally sign on a deal that allowed neighboring Macedonia to keep its name, which is identical to a northern province in Greece.
Greece’s PM faces impeachment over Macedonia deal
Georgia's Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has resigned, citing a dispute with the leader of the ruling party, Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Prime Minister Kvirikashvili resigns protests in Georgia
Italy's new economy minister Giovanni Tria postponed a meeting with his French counterpart in Paris on Wednesday as a diplomatic row spiraled over Rome's refusal to take in an overcrowded migrant ship.
Italian minister postpones Paris meeting over refugee row
Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said Wednesday that without an "official apology" from France, a planned meeting between Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday should be canceled.
Italy threatens to cancel Conte-Macron meet unless France apologizes
Three former Polish presidents, including anti-communist icon Lech Walesa, on Wednesday urged the EU to defend the rule of law in their country, which they say is under threat from the current right-wing government.
Former Polish presidents urge EU to defend rule of law
Macedonia agreed to change its name to end a 27-year dispute with Greece.
Macedonia, Greece end 27-year name dispute
An Italian coastguard ship carrying more than 900 migrants was allowed to dock in Sicily Wednesday, after Italy controversially turned away a separate foreign vessel with rescued migrants on board.
Boat carrying over 900 migrants docks in Italy
Italy on Tuesday said it would not accept "hypocritical lessons" from countries like France on migrants, in a growing row over 629 people stranded in the Mediterranean to whom Rome refused entry.
Italy denounces 'hypocritical lessons' on migrants from France

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