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European shares drop from record high on threat of US auto tariffs
European shares reversed course and edged lower on Wednesday as US President Donald Trump threatened to impose high tariffs on imports of cars from the European Union, pushing automobile stocks to a three-month low.
European money spawns more misery for migrants in Libya
When the European Union started funneling millions of euros into Libya to slow the tide of migrants crossing the Mediterranean, the money came with EU promises to improve detention centers notorious for abuse and fight human trafficking.
Three-month Brexit extension will not necessarily lead to a breakthrough
The European Union’s (EU) decision to grant Britain a three-month Brexit extension has had a mixed reaction.
No sign of Brexit breakthrough as final hour approaches
With only a couple of days to go before a Brexit deal on Britain’s scheduled date of departure (October 31) from the European Union (EU) becomes impossible, there is much confusion about the outcome.
Michel Barnier says Brexit deal now 'more difficult'
Brexit continues to be inherently unpredictable, right up to the end.
Nicky Morgan says 'mood music' on negotiations is 'positive'
With the clock fast running out, the British government continues to insist that last-minute talks with the European Union (EU) can produce a positive result.
In Northern Ireland, fears of a no-deal Brexit
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit has been the source of intense speculation since British Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to leave the European Union with or without a deal by the October 31. Yet, on the island of Ireland, there is one topic that has taken precedence over everything else: What impact will it have on peace and security in what they call Northern Ireland?
EU opens road to 5G-connected cars
European Union (EU) states opened the way to competing technologies for Internet-connected cars, rejecting a European Commission (EC) push for a WiFi-based standard backed by Volkswagen.
Less than 6 percent of Britons believe politicians understand them: Poll
A new poll carried out in Britain shows that lack of faith in the country’s political system is currently at its highest levels in decades, mainly due to the deep divisions among politicians on how they should deliver on the results of the referendum to leave the European Union.
Scottish independence gains more support amid Brexit row: Poll
A new poll published in the United Kingdom shows a record number of people in Scotland are now in favor of a secession as London struggles with its bid to leave the European Union.
EU countries back copyright reform targeting Google, Facebook
The European Union’s bid to overhaul its two-decade old copyright rules cleared its final hurdle on Monday as EU governments backed the move forcing Google to pay publishers for news snippets and Facebook to filter out protected content.
European Union denounces Bahrain ruling on Sheikh Salman
The European Union (EU) has censured a ruling by Bahrain’s Supreme Court to uphold a life sentence for prominent opposition figure Sheikh Ali Salman as “a further step against dissenting voices.”
British government adopts ‘full’ plan for no-deal Brexit
The British government has completed its contingency plans for dealing with a situation in which the country could be leaving the European Union without an agreement that could define divorce terms as well as how future relationship would work.
UK’s May tours Europe in dismay, EU hard on Brexit deal
European Union leaders have reiterated their position on a divorce deal signed with the UK as British Prime Minister Theresa May visits European capitals to improve chances for ratification of the agreement in the British parliament.
Brexit will make UK economically poorer: Government report
A new study by the UK government suggests that Britain will become poorer economically some 15 years after leaving the European Union.

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