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German FM Maas says EU must increase pressure on Russia

The EU must increase pressure on Russia to change its behaviour in the many crises in which it is involved, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said in Brussels on April 13, ahead of Monday’s EU Foreign Affairs Council.

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Paris attack suspect: ‘I defend myself by keeping silent’

Salah Abdeslam is charged with trying to murder Belgium police in a shoot-out while on the run in Brussels.

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Salah Abdeslam: Five things about Paris attacks suspect

The most important surviving suspect in the 13 November 2015 attacks which killed 130 people in Paris is going on trial in Belgium over a shootout that led to his capture four months later in Brussels.

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Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam to stand trial in Brussels

The last surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, has left prison in France to stand trial in Brussels on Monday over a shootout that led to his capture, a source close to the investigation said.

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Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam to stand trial in Brussels

The last surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, has left prison in France to stand trial in Brussels on Monday over a shootout that led to his capture, a source close to the investigation said.

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In a blow to the US, European countries express strong support for Iran nuclear deal

After holding bilateral talks with his Russian counterpart on the future of JCPOA, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met his European counterparts in Brussels to discuss the same issue. As stated by the both sides, all parties of the nuclear deal are unified on the necessity of preserving it against any possible violation. 

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What will Brexit mean for the government’s immigration agencies?

While negotiations in Brussels move slowly forward into the second phase, officials in London are beginning preparations for the UK’s EU exit, supported by funds of £۳٫۷bn from 2017-2020. This spending, however, is merely the start of the permanent rise in spending,While negotiations in Brussels move slowly forward into the second phase, officials in London are beginning preparations for the UK’s EU exit, supported by funds of £۳٫۷bn from 2017-2020. This spending, however, is merely the start of the permanent rise in spending, not just one-off payments on the way out of the EU, that will be needed.

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Bulgaria takes over EU presidency in turbulent times

Bulgaria has taken up the rotating six-month EU Council presidency. The country, which is under monitoring by Brussels, must work hard to keep the bloc united amid a looming Brexit and unresolved migration issues.

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EU Leaders Agree on Next Phase for Brexit, Deeply Divided on Immigration

European leaders finished a summit in Brussels agreeing that Britain has done enough to move on to the second phase of negotiations to leave the EU, but without any signs of agreement on matters of immigration.

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Brexiters Accuse Theresa May of Capitulation

There was relief in London and Brussels Friday after Britain clinched an initial agreement on its terms of divorce from the European Union, opening the way for the next — and even harder — phase of negotiations over the country’s future trade relations with the economic bloc.

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Ireland to fight proposed EU digital tax on internet giants

Proposals to introduce a tax fiercely opposed by Ireland will be discussed by European finance ministers meeting in Brussels next week.

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Brexit victory? EU finally admit bloated budget WILL collapse without huge UK contribution

THE EUROPEAN Union has finally admitted that without the UK’s sizeable contributions the bloated Brussels budget will collapse, a secret memo has revealed.

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Brexit victory? EU finally admit bloated budget WILL collapse without huge UK contribution

THE EUROPEAN Union has finally admitted that without the UK’s sizeable contributions the bloated Brussels budget will collapse, a secret memo has revealed.

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For Britain, the worst of Brexit talks is yet to come

After the European Council declared earlier this month that Brexit negotiations have not yet made “sufficient progress,” the good news is that all signs suggest the U.K. can expect Brussels to agree to kickstart talks on the future relationship at December’s summit. The bad news is that that’s when the real trouble will start.

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Weakened May to give bullish Brexit prognosis but say ball is in EU’s court

Prime Minister Theresa May, weakened by a disastrous party conference, will give British lawmakers a bullish prognosis for negotiations over exit from the European Union on Monday, but tell them that it is up to Brussels to make the next move.

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Weakened May to give bullish Brexit prognosis but say ball is in EU’s court

Prime Minister Theresa May, weakened by a disastrous party conference, will give British lawmakers a bullish prognosis for negotiations over exit from the European Union on Monday, but tell them that it is up to Brussels to make the next move.

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