British Prime Minister Theresa May has welcomed a decision by European Union leaders in Brussels to open crucial talks on a post-Brexit relationship with the UK thanking the European Commission and EU presidents.
May hails EU leaders’ agreement on next round of Brexit talks
Russia has dismantled a cell of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in Saint Petersburg that was planning to carry out imminent terror attacks in the northern city.
Russia busts Daesh cell in Saint Petersburg
Russia has regretted a decision by the European Union to renew economic sanctions on Moscow over the crisis in Ukraine, the Kremlin says.
Russia regrets EU decision to prolong sanctions
The European Union cleared the way Friday for Brexit talks with Britain to move onto the second stage, which will involve wide-ranging — and potentially far trickier — discussions on their future relationship and trade.
EU leaders launch new phase in Brexit talks
President Vladimir Putin has renewed Russia's rejection of accusations of interference in last year's presidential election in the US, saying the claims were nothing more than "espionage mania".
Putin: Russia vote meddling 'dreamed up' by Trump opponents
Some building companies that installed dangerous cladding on social housing blocks across Britain are now winning new contracts following the Grenfell Tower blaze to remove their original work and install panels that can pass safety tests, a Reuters review shows.
After Grenfell fire, same builders rehired to replace cladding
France's far-right National Front (FN) has been charged with giving party members suspected fake jobs as assistants at the European Parliament, the party said Tuesday.
French far-right charged over EU ‘fake jobs’
Spokesperson for the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Hossein Naqavi Hosseini said British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has asked Tehran to release two spies jailed in Iran.
UK foreign secretary asked Iran to release spies: MP
The EU will harden its position on Brexit trade talks after London said it would only pay its divorce bill if it got a deal, leading European parliamentarians said on Tuesday.
EU to toughen Brexit stance on Britain, the ‘gangster’

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