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No deal Brexit is still possible, even if lawmakers vote against it

Theresa May will have woken up Wednesday morning hoping she has won back something she lost last night: Her voice.

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EU migrants will have to earn £۳۰,۰۰۰ before they can work in UK

EU migrants who wish to come to Britain after Brexit will have to earn at least £۳۰,۰۰۰ before being allowed to work, state plans due to be announced next week.

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Huawei CFO proposes electronic monitoring, bail hearing adjourned

The chief financial officer of Chinese telecom giant Huawei has offered to submit to strict electronic monitoring as she sought release from Canadian detention – but will will have to wait at least one more day to see if she will be granted bail.

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US spells out terms of engagement with Pakistan

As the United States and the new Pakistani government prepare for their first face-to-face talks in Islamabad on Wednesday, the Trump administration has made it clear that Pakistan will have to back the US strategy in Afghanistan if it wants good relations with Washington.

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Despite American pressure, India says it will have independent ties with Iran

Despite American pressure on Tehran and on New Delhi to cut its oil imports from Iran, India has come out and said it will have independent ties with Iran.

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How Trump makes the links between politics and his business

President Donald Trump will have a closely watched meeting on Monday with President Vladimir Putin of Russia, just days after the announcement that 12 Russian military intelligence officers had been indicted on charges of hacking Democratic organisations in an effort to affect the 2016 election.

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ETA has dissolved – can Europe step up to the separatism challenge?

For most of us, the name Jesus Ulayar will have little if any resonance. But on the Iberian Peninsula, he symbolises a bridge between two worlds; between the time before ETA and what followed.

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‘Google’s plan to isolate Russian media is an act of information warfare’

Google’s announcement that it is working to reduce the presence of Russian media in its news feeds has been slammed by lawmakers and political commentators as an act of aggression which will have a global impact on the freedom of speech and thought.

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Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte says son will be killed if involved in drugs

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said he will have his son killed if drug trafficking allegations against the younger politician are true, and that the police who carry out the hit will be protected from prosecution.

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UK and Scottish ministers set to have Brexit devolution talks

Damian Green will have talks with Deputy First Minister John Swinney and Scotland’s Brexit Minister Michael Russell in Edinburgh.

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Malaysia: Kim Jong Nam case to go to high court

TWO FEMALE suspects arrested for the murder the North Korean dictator’s estranged half-brother brother Kim Jong Nam will have their case heard in a Malaysian High Court.

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What to expect from Erdogan’s Washington visit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will have a meeting today at the White House with his American counterpart Donald Trump. Erdogan’s visit comes a short time after he managed to gain a victory in the referendum to change the Turkish constitution and at the time of sporadic tensions with the US over the Syrian issue.

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Flynn Resignation Could Hurt Trump, US-Russia Ties

The resignation of the US President’s National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will have a negative impact both on the Trump Administration and prospects of Russian-American relations, Russian military expert Vladimir Batyuk told Sputnik.

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Iran will have 60 percent more stockpiled uranium

Iran’s nuclear chief says it will have 60 percent more stockpiled uranium than it did prior to the landmark 2015 agreement with world powers after a shipment expected later this week.

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