EU to unveil Brexit guidelines on Friday: Tusk2017-03-30
European Council President Donald Tusk announced on Wednesday that the European Union (EU) will unveil its Brexit guidelines on Friday.
Swiss railways reports second derailment in week2017-03-30
Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) reported that a train derailed shortly after leaving Berne's train station on Wednesday, a week after a similar incident left seven people injured in Luzern.
Brexit not to render globalization obsolete2017-03-30
Britain's decision to leave the European Union (EU) -- the world's largest single market -- will not render globalization obsolete.
Mixed reaction on London streets to British triggering Article 502017-03-30
The formal triggering of Article 50 by Britain to quit the European Union (EU) on Wednesday drew mixed reactions on London streets.
Spotlight: French presidential candidate Macron defends "method of real shifts in power"2017-03-29
French presidential hopeful Emmanual Macron on Tuesday defended his "method of real shifts in power" and specified the manner in which he plans to run the country if he gets elected.
Germany investigates possible Turkish espionage2017-03-29
German federal prosecutor's office on Tuesday launched an investigation into suspected spying by Turkish intelligence service.
British PM signs Article 50 notification letter to EU leader2017-03-29
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday signed the Article 50 notification letter which will officially begin Britain's exit from the European Union (EU), local media said.
Scottish parliament backs call for new independence referendum2017-03-29
Scottish parliament backs call for new independence referendum
Westminster attacker no links to ISIL, say London Met police2017-03-28
There was no evidence the Westminster assailant Khalid Masood had any links with the extremist group ISIL, the police in London said on Monday night.
May, Sturgeon meet in Scotland, but neither lady is for turning2017-03-28
)--British Prime Minister Theresa May and Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon met Monday, just 24 hours before the Scottish Parliament's scheduled vote for a second independence referendum.
Million-dollar gold coin stolen in Berlin2017-03-28
A gold coin worth millions of U.S.dollars was stolen in the early hours of Monday from a Berlin museum, the police in the German capital confirmed.
Amid row with EU, Turkey increasingly isolated ahead of key vote2017-03-28
Turkey finds itself more and more isolated amid unending rows with European countries as well as discord with the U.S.and Russia over their support to Kurdish militia in Syria.
Monkeys use their brains to make peace, study shows2017-03-28
Bigger brains help social primates to make up after a fight, research at the University of Manchester revealed Monday.
Merkel's sweeping victory in state election dims "Schultz effect"2017-03-28
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday hailed her party's triumph in the southwestern state of Saarland, saying it boosted the morale of Christian Democratic Union(CDU)ahead of the coming federal election in September.
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