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Moroccan Berries: Farmers see Brexit as oppurtunity for growth

The EU is Morocco's largest trading partner. In 2017, it accounted for more than 59 percent of its trade. But in March, the UK's exit from the block could change that figure. And as Gavin Blackburn reports, the north African country is cashing on a recent trade deal while it still can. #Morocco #Brexit #EU #berries

The EU is speeding up the paperwork for Brexit | Money Talks

The EU is speeding up the paperwork for Brexit | Money Talks

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EU slams Turkey in its annual report // Saudi Arabia’s Emergency Arab Summit

Roundtable: Brexit Progress

Roundtable: Brexit Progress

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Brompton Bikes: Folding bicycles might face border delays

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Harry and Meghan: Turning Their Back on Buckingham?

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Why is Rape So Prevalent in India?

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India’s Rape Crisis

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Can South Sudan Form a Unity Government?

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Europe’s Head of Security Thomas Greminger Speaks Out

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South Sudan: From US Support to Sanctions

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Newsmakers Rewind: Mahmoud Abbas

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What’s Behind the Surge in Violence in the Sahel?

Libya on the Brink

Libya on the Brink

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Has France Failed in the Sahel?

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Taken by the Taliban

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Did Hong Kong Protests Influence Taiwanese Voters?

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