EU official: Time running out on Brexit
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Brexit battle: UK-EU barbs descend into cherry row
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has urged European Union leaders to get the "tone" right in their negotiations with the UK over Brexit following a social media post by European Council President Donald Tusk.
Fruit farmers feel squeeze as Brexit looms
Britain relies on seasonal workers from Romania and Bulgaria to pick its fruit -- but they are in increasingly short supply. With Brexit looming, UK farmers are worried the situation may worsen.
Lawyer: Austrian journalist formally arrested in Turkey
An Austrian journalist who was detained in Turkey 10 days ago has been formally arrested along with two Turkish citizens on political charges, their lawyer says.
Germany: Rocket tests cause weeks-long moorland fire
Prosecutors are investigating the German armed forces after a fire caused by military rocket tests almost three weeks ago continued to burn across a moorland in northern Germany, a military spokesperson told CNN on Friday.
Brexit was sold by 'liars' and Britain's exit plan is unworkable, UK told
If Theresa May hoped that a two-day summit with European leaders in the birthplace of Mozart would bring harmony to the fraught Brexit process, she will have left sorely disappointed.
UK fighter jets intercept Russian bombers over North Sea
UK fighter jets intercepted two Russian bombers encroaching on its airspace Thursday, Britain's Ministry of Defence (MoD) said.
Germany approves arms sales to Saudi Arabia, breaking coalition promise
The German government approved the delivery of controversial weapons systems to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Jordan, despite a January ban on arms sales to countries embroiled in the bloody conflict in Yemen, a German lawmaker said Thursday.
Brexit talks are running out of time, top EU official warns
European Council President Donald Tusk warned that time is running out and there are still huge hurdles to face before a divorce agreement can be reached between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
French artist Saype creates 'message of hope' for refugees
French artist Saype has created what he calls a "message of hope" for refugees across the world.
Woman prosecuted over abortion pills appeals
A court in Northern Ireland will hear a landmark abortion case Thursday as a woman appeals the decision to prosecute her for buying abortion pills for her 15-year-old daughter in 2013.
Thousands demand bus driver not be fired for slapping teen
More than 290,000 people have signed a petition in support of a Paris bus driver facing disciplinary action after he was filmed slapping a teenager.
Under-fire German spy chief's 'promotion' sparks outrage
Politicians across the spectrum have expressed outrage at the apparent promotion of Germany's spy chief who was removed from his post following allegations of far-right sympathies.
Ireland repeals amendment banning abortion
Ireland's President formally repealed a constitutional amendment that banned abortion in the country, following a resounding referendum vote in favor of changing the law.
Pussy Riot member Pyotr Verzilov was probably poisoned, German medics say
German doctors say there is a "high plausibility" that a member of the Russian protest group Pussy Riot, who was taken ill in Russia last week, was poisoned.
German spy chief accused of far-right sympathies removed from post
The head of Germany's domestic spy agency has been removed after accusations of showing sympathy for the far-right party Alternative for Germany (AfD), government spokesman Steffen Seibert said Tuesday.
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Pussy Riot: 'Poisoned' activist flown to Berlin for medical treatment
A member of Russian protest group Pussy Riot has arrived in Berlin for medical treatment, following what the activists claim was a suspected poisoning in Moscow last week.
French art school accused of photoshopping in black students for US ads
A campaign to help a reputable French art school raise its profile in the United States went terribly wrong.