Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday vowed to press ahead with her Brexit plan on the basis of a draft agreement between London and Brussels, despite a political crisis looming large over the hard-won deal.
Deal text agreed in Brexit breakthrough as UK PM faces uphill battle2018-11-14
Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was the first big-name politician to say on Tuesday night that he would vote against a so-called Brexit agreement brokered between Brussels and the British government.
Trump lashes out at Macron over NATO burden share, trade, nationalism2018-11-14
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday attacked his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron over the NATO burden share, bilateral trade deficit and Macron's remarks against nationalism.
W020181114337730672011_副本.jpg Fresh tension erupts as Israeli PM vows cease-fire with Hamas2018-11-14
Months of tensions that have been boiling over between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip have resulted in a major escalation which began since Sunday after a botched Israeli military operation inside the territory.
Libyan conference in Italy closes with "encouraging signals" for stabilization2018-11-14
A two-day conference for Libya running in the southern city of Palermo closed on Tuesday, registering a positive climate among Libyan parties involved, according to Italian authorities.
France commemorates victims amid persistent high terror risk2018-11-14
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe Tuesday opened a commemoration ceremony in front of the door of the Stade de France where a sucide bomber killed one person during a crowded Friday evening in 2015.
Israel's cabinet instructs army to continue attacks in Gaza "as necessary"2018-11-14
Israel's security cabinet adjourned on Tuesday after a seven-hour meeting, instructing the army to continue the air attacks in Gaza "as necessary."
Lebanon's Hariri accuses Hezbollah of hindering gov't formation2018-11-14
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri accused on Tuesday Hezbollah of delaying the formation of the government, saying that Hezbollah should bear the consequences of the delay.
U.S. hospital gets "all clear" after lockdown over active shooter alert2018-11-14
A hospital in the midwestern U.S. state of Ohio got "all clear" on Tuesday after being locked down over a "Code Silver" alert indicating that "a potential active shooter" was inside, authorities said.
Trump says report of DPRK developing missile bases "inaccurate"2018-11-14
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that a recent report concerning the alleged development of missile bases in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) was inaccurate.
Malaysia to add charges to wife of ex-PM Najib2018-11-15
Malaysian prosecutors are expected to add new charges to Rosmah Mansor, wife of ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak, while another former senior minister was arrested for prosecution on Wednesday.
PM-designate fails to form Latvia's new government as three parties walk out of talks2018-11-15
Latvian prime minister-designate Janis Bordans' attempts to form a new center-right coalition government failed on Wednesday as three political parties walked out of the talks, local media reported.
News Analysis: New round of political battle starts in London over Brexit2018-11-15
A new round of political battle just began on Wednesday as British Prime Minister Theresa May is working very hard to sell to her cabinet members the new draft Brexit agreement between London and Brussels.
India launches communication satellite GSAT-292018-11-15
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched a communication satellite GSAT-29 onboard Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle - GSLV Mark III Wednesday, officials said.
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