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Brexit advertising located in London.

Ireland says EU would respond positively to British move on Brexit

 The Irish government is negotiating with the European Commission about what checks it would have to impose on the border to protect the EU single market

View of the Parliament of the United Kingdom during a session

Brexit in chaos after court rules PM's suspension of parliament was unlawful

With seven weeks until Britain is due to leave the EU, the government and parliament are locked in conflict over the future of Brexit

President of the United States, speaking with John Bolton during a meeting.

Trump fires foreign policy hawk Bolton, citing strong disagreements

The announcement followed an acrimonious conversation on Monday that included their differences over Afghanistan, said a source familiar with the matter
 

Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden participates in a forum in New Hampshire.

As China trade war escalates, 2020 U.S. Democrats scramble over their message

Regardless of ideology, most Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nomination have been treading cautiously on China
 

Man giving a speech.

These are the benefits of political incorrect speeches

Politically incorrect speech might be a powerful way to appear authentic

Pro and anti-Brexit protesters collide in Parliament Square

The Brexit drama seems to have no end

The future of the United Kingdom is uncertain and even more so when Johnson announced a recession the parliament that would last about a month

Waves crashing onto the pier.

'Everything is gone:' Bahamians struggle in Dorian's devastating wake

Stunned residents of the Bahamas surveyed the wreckage of their homes and officials struggled to assess the number killed by Hurricane Dorian

The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, in the Eastern Economic Forum.

Russia announces manufacture of new missiles

With the statement, Putin says he had tried to reduce the arms race with his rival, the United States, but received no response

Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany

Hong Kong protests overshadow Merkel trip to China

Merkel's trip starts on Thursday and she's going to try and push Beijing to open up its markets and embrace fairer competition

 

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.

Brexit showdown: British lawmakers bid to block PM leaving EU with no deal

The outcome of the Brexit crisis remains uncertain with a range of options from a turbulent no-deal exit to abandoning the entire endeavor
 

Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian Foreign Minister

If Europe does not act, Iran would move away from nuclear agreement

Tehran has said it will break the limits that the agreement imposed on its nuclear activities one by one, increasing pressure on countries that still hope to save it.

A group of women attends a meeting organized by Somaliland Family Health Association (SOFA) in Sanani, Somaliland

Village by village, the quest to stop Female Genital Cutting in Somaliland

U.N. agency UNICEF estimates about 98 percent of women aged 15 to 49 have undergone the procedure 

Cooling towers pf a nuclear plant

Nuclear winter would threaten nearly everyone on Earth

Second study of its kind confirms extreme impacts from US vs. Russia nuclear war

Samsung group leader Jay Y. Lee

South Korea court ruling raises chance of Samsung heir's return to jail

The Court said the interpretation by the Seoul High Court on what constituted bribes by Samsung to then-President Park Geun-hye was too narrow

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