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UK urges EU to focus on post-Brexit trade deal

Britain’s Brexit Minister David Davis has urged the European Union to shift the focus of Brexit negotiations away from the terms of divorce and onto their future trade relationship. Writing in the Sunday Times newspaper, Davis urged Brussels to revisit London’s proposal to launch discussions on the UK’s future relationship ...

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UK to jail pro-Palestinian protesters

A group of five pro-Palestinian activists in the UK face possible prison sentences after being arrested during protests outside an Israeli-owned weapons manufacturing company. Charged with a breach of the Trade Union and Labor Relations, the protesters face at least six months in prison and a fine of up to ...

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Germany’s MAN looking into Iran prospects

MAN Diesel & Turbo, a German multinational that produces engines and turbo machinery, says it is paying a serious look at Iran’s investment potentials, saying it has already taken measures to restart its business in the country. “We are very active in Iran. We’ve restarted our company there, called MAN ...

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Drought leaves 8.5 million Ethiopians hungry

Livestock are dying in parts of Ethiopia that are overwhelmingly reliant on their milk as deepening drought pushes up the number of districts in need of life-saving aid by 19 percent, according to a report. At least 8.5 million people in 228 districts of Ethiopia need urgent food aid in ...

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Far-right protesters, anti-fascist rivals scuffle in Barcelona

Scuffles have broken out between far-right anti-Islam protesters and anti-fascist activists during counter demonstrations held in the Spanish city of Barcelona, a deadly Daesh terror attack. Simultaneous protests organized by the extreme Falange group and a huge crowed of counter-demonstrators in Barcelona degenerated into a brawl on Friday, prompting police ...

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