A 1998 peace accord that ended three decades of violence over British rule of Northern Ireland in which thousands died requires the two main parties to share power.
Catholic separatist Irish Republicans, Protestant Irish unionists and loyalists to the British government have been gravely worried about the impact of imminent Brexit.
EU leaders clashed over how to pay for the green transition and what role nuclear power should have.
More than 30 foreign exchange strategists surveyed by Reuters said confidently that Britain would leave the EU with a free trade deal.
The United States has threatened to impose tariffs on French goods in response to a law passed in the French parliament taxing American digital giants.
Washington and European allies have serious differences on the future of the organisation after French President Emmanuel Macron described the alliance as “brain dead”.
British lawmakers blocked an attempt by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to hold an early general election on December 12, as he sought to break the political deadlock over Brexit.
The 'Libra', Facebook's digital currency, is widely viewed by the EU as a threat to national sovereignty.
Turkey is home to more than four million refugees and even more could be added to that number if the situation in Syria deteriorates further.
Just six weeks after taking office, Johnson lost his majority in the House of Commons as his own MPs joined opposition parties to stop him taking Britain out of the EU next month without a deal.
Top diplomat responds to Slovenian president's remarks about offering 'special status' to Turkey, not full EU membership.
In the middle of the holiday season, Italy seems set for renewed instability after Interior Minister Salvini called for a new election based on his party’s high polling.
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