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21 Aug 2018
President Trump is said to be accusing China and the EU of manipulating their currencies.
24 Jul 2018
Some European embassies have been violating the European Union law by collecting fees on Visa processes that should be free. The EU law stipulates that students who apply for the purpose of study should have their visa fees waived.
1 Jul 2018
Through sweat and toil, EU member states reached an agreement on migration. But the rules laid out aren't strict enough for German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, who wants to close off Bavaria's border.
30 Jun 2018
Why Mexico's poised to swing to the left with an electorate that's had enough of corruption and violence. Also, a firebrand frontrunner who's nonetheless pledging to handle his U-S counterpart with civility.
27 Jun 2018
In an interview with DW, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon discussed the ongoing Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU. She said the Tories' accusations that the SNP was "weaponizing" Brexit to undermine negotiations were "nonsense."
18 May 2018
EU leaders are huddling to address a response to the US exit from the Iran nuclear deal and the threat of US tariffs on steel and aluminum. EU President Donald Tusk started the summit by lashing out at Donald Trump.
10 Apr 2018
INEC, EU, others review use of IT in African elections.
8 Apr 2018
Oba of Benin receives EU delegation on human rights.
25 Mar 2018
Just last year, Theresa May boldly asserted that the UK was “coming together” on the issue of Brexit. But with just 12 months to go to hash out a deal with the EU, Britain seems ever more divided. So much so, that one columnist has even ironically suggested that the kingdom should split into two separate countries in March next year - Remania for those that want to stay with Brussels, and Brexitland for those keen to cut the ties. Our team went to find out what the electorate wants.
16 Mar 2018
Bloomberg's Dara Doyle discusses the U.K. and EU agreeing to have intensive talks on the Irish border. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
4 Feb 2018
When the migration crisis was at its height, the EU and Turkey struck a deal. The EU aimed to reduce the number of refugees crossing from Turkey to Greece. In return, Turkey would receive aid and political concessions. How effective has the deal been?
30 Jan 2018
Britain's economy will be worse off after Brexit whether it leaves the EU with a free trade deal, single market access, or with no deal at all, according to leaked government analysis.

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