With both sides digging in their heels as another deadline passed Thursday, the EU and Britain demanded concessions from one another in talks on a basic trade deal that would soften the economic blow of the coronavirus pandemic for all.
EU's top diplomat Josep Borrell says there is a clear will to adopt the sanctions, but the required unanimity was not reached, despite a plea for support from opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya.
Creating a biodiversity heaven for pollinators was one of Malilo van Clooster's goals when she started her sustainable flowers business four years ago in Linkebeek, a green suburban area on the outskirts of Brussels.
Panicky and desperate moves by Brussels to bully Boris Johnson are going to backfire.
Since the pandemic hit Europe, the Lufthansa group has been bleeding one million euros per hour, with around 90 percent of its 760-aircraft fleet grounded.
Four decades of mistrust between Tehran and Washington isn’t likely to end soon. But it can be managed if mutual diplomacy prevails.
With a German politician raising questions about its functioning, the foundation sees itself in the crosshairs of a slanderous campaign.
EU leaders agree that a much bigger bail out is required. How this is structured is dividing Europe and opening old wounds.
The devil is in the details, but EU leaders this week will wrangle a deal which might be a starter’s pistol for Brussels to fall on its sword.
The virus has infected more than 1,5 million people and killed over 88,000 by spreading to 209 countries and territories. Here are the latest updates for April 8:
From digitising dissent in Lebanon to cultivating new networks in India, the pandemic is not killing anti-government protests, but giving them a new direction.
While both sides have traded barbs on the refugee situation, they are working towards finding common ground to diffuse tensions on the Greek border.
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