UK lawmakers vote to hold prime minister to Brexit promises

Lawmakers vote to hold Theresa May to her Brexit promise; prime minister insists U.K. will leave European Union as scheduled on March 29
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Poland open to meeting with Israel after Holocaust spat

Poland's foreign minister says his country is open to a regional meeting with Israel also involving other countries from central Europe
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UK leader delays Brexit vote, risks further Cabinet discord

British Prime Minister Theresa May has delayed a vote on her Brexit deal in the Parliament, saying it should take place by March 12, a little over two weeks bef
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May delays Brexit vote, risking further Cabinet discord

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday delayed a vote on her Brexit deal in the Parliament, saying it should take place by March 12, a little over two wee
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Hundreds of students march in Paris for climate action

Hundreds of French students have taken to the streets of Paris to call for more action to fight climate change, one day after a similar march in Brussels
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Swedish teen leads Belgian students on 7th climate march

Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg is leading Belgian students who are skipping classes for the seventh Thursday in a row to march through Brussels to draw more at
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UK's May, EU chief call latest Brexit talks 'constructive'

British Prime Minister Theresa May has finishing talks on preventing the U.K. from crashing out of the European Union that both she and the EU's chief deemed "c
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UK politics fractures further as 3 Conservatives defect

Three pro-European lawmakers have quit Britain's governing Conservatives to join a newly formed centrist group of independent legislators opposed to the governm
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Tech could unite Europe's populists ahead of EU vote in May

The offer by Italy's populist 5-Star Movement to share its web platform with France's yellow vest protesters could be a harbinger of what's to come in the upcom
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EU warns of reduced imports if Trump puts tariffs on cars

The European Union warned U.S. President Donald Trump Monday that the bloc will step back from a commitment to buy more American soybeans and liquid gas if Euro
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EU states mixed on Trump demand to take back IS fighters

U.S. President Donald Trump's demand that European countries take back their citizens fighting in Syria is receiving a mixed reaction, as nations pondered how t
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Hundreds stranded as British airline Flybmi collapses

Hundreds of passengers have been stranded by the abrupt collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi
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In Brexit limbo, UK veers between high anxiety, grim humor

With Britain due to exit the European Union in six weeks and still no certainty about the terms of its departure, supporters and opponents of Brexit are both in
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Shanahan says he hasn't determined amount for border wall

The acting secretary of defense said Saturday he has not yet determined how much money he will redirect to President Donald Trump's border wall project.
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Pompeo visits Iceland as US-EU rift on Iran grows

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrapped up a five-nation tour of Europe on Friday in Iceland after a scathing attack from the Trump administration on the bl
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Shanahan: US will not unilaterally withdraw from Afghanistan

The Pentagon's top official says the United States will not reduce its troop presence in Afghanistan on its own, pledging that any moves will be fully coordinat
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11,000 march in Brussels climate protest

Thousands of Belgian teenagers skipping school to protest for better climate protections have been joined by university students and grandparents for a sixth st
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Pentagon official assures Iraqis of limited US military role

The top Pentagon official assures Iraqi leaders that the U.S. will stick to its limited military role in Iraq, a message aimed at recent talk by some Iraqi poli
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Belgian PM criticizes UN report on racism in Belgium

Belgian's prime minister says he is baffled by a preliminary U.N. report that said racial discrimination against Africans "is endemic" in Belgium's institutions
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UN: Belgium must apologize for colonialism, face its racism

U.N. experts say racial discrimination "is endemic" in Belgium's institutions and that the nation needs to apologize for crimes committed during its colonizatio
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New Pentagon chief makes global debut with status uncertain

At an extraordinary moment in Pentagon history, Pat Shanahan, a former business chief with little political stature and no military experience, is making his in
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EU eyes trade action over rights abuses in Cambodia

The EU is launching action that could see it suspend Cambodia's preferential access to the European market over the deterioration of human rights and the rule o
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AP Exclusive: Undercover spy exposed in NYC was 1 of many

The AP has identified a total of six people who have been approached by undercover operatives in an apparent bid to record them making inflammatory statements a
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China, Russia concerns top Pompeo agenda in Central Europe

U.S. fears about China and Russia's growing influence in Central Europe will top Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's agenda as he heads to the region
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