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British business community cautiously backs draft Brexit deal2018-11-16
British business community have cautiously backed Prime Minister Theresa May's draft Brexit agreement as uncertainties clouded over the future relationship between Britain and the EU with a cabinet turmoil seen on Thursday.
Albanian economy to face challenge as working age population shrinks: expert2018-11-16
Albania's economy will face a serious challenge in the future, considering that the working age population will shrink by more than 15 percent by 2040, Albanian economy expert Ardian Civici was quoted by local media as saying on Thursday.
Finland discusses GPS incident with Russia, says ministry2018-11-16
Finnish authorities are continuing to investigate the GPS signal disruption that occurred in northern Finland during a recent NATO military maneuver in the northern parts of Norway, Sweden and Finland.
Germany's CDU leadership race enters decisive phase2018-11-16
The race to succeed German Chancellor Angela Merkel as Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader is entering its decisive phase on Thursday as candidates convene for the first of eight regional party conferences which will culminate in a vote by the national party convention on Dec. 7 and 8 in Hamburg.
Spotlight: British Brexit Secretary resigns as EU to finalize Brexit agreement2018-11-16
British Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned on Thursday as the Euopean Union (EU) is set to hold a special meeting to finalize the Brexit agreement.
First China-Europe special train for commercial vehicles arrives in Chongqing2018-11-16
A new China-Europe freight train carrying commercial vehicles, the first of its kind, arrived Thursday in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality.
Greece welcomes suspension on social security cuts2018-11-16
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said here Thursday that the messages from Brussels to allow the Greek government to suspend legislated social security cuts are very positive to the country's economic recovery and growth.
Germany's Bundesbank calls for perseverance, patience for RMB's international usage2018-11-15
A senior member of German central bank (Bundesbank) Burkhard Balz on Wednesday called for perseverance and patience for the international usage of the Chinese currency renminbi (RMB).
Critical 24-hours for UK PM as her Brexit deal faces stormy reception2018-11-15
British Prime Minister Theresa May will face her toughest test yet in the House of Commons Thursday on the long road to Brexit.
Czech Republic says no to UN migration pact2018-11-15
The Czech government will not join the UN global migration pact, Prime Minister Andrej Babis said on Wednesday.
Prince Charles celebrates 70th birthday with release of family photos2018-11-15
New unseen photos of the British royal family have been released to mark Prince Charles' 70th birthday Wednesday.
German gov't meets for special digitalization summit2018-11-15
Germany's ruling "grand coalition" cabinet is convening for a meeting in Potsdam on Wednesday where it will engage in two days of special consultations on the subject of digitalization.
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.
Italy arrests 68 mafia suspects, seizes assets worth over 1 bln USD2018-11-15
Italian police raided 80 premises, arrested 68 suspects and seized assets worth about 1 billion euros (1.13 billion U.S. dollars) in Italy and abroad, the National Anti-Mafia and Anti-Terrorism Office said in a statement Wednesday.
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