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Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande seek new EU 'roadmap' at Bratislava summit

Sep 15, 2016

Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande seek new EU 'roadmap' at Bratislava summit

The Bratislava summit is intended to give the EU a new sense of purpose after the existential crisis triggered by Britain's shock referendum decision to quit the bloc. #Angela Merkel #Paris #EU #François Hollande #EU Summit #Brexit
Ban Ki-moon hopes India, other nations will ratify Paris Climate Change deal

Sep 14, 2016

Ban Ki-moon hopes India, other nations will ratify Paris Climate Change deal

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has expressed hope that India and other nations will soon ratify the Paris Climate Change agreement and achieve progress in ensuring the deal enters into force by the end of the year. #United Nations #NewsTracker #Ban Ki-moon #EU #Paris climate change
Bank of England chief defends post-Brexit policy, says BoE action reduced recession risks

Sep 07, 2016

Bank of England chief defends post-Brexit policy, says BoE action reduced recession risks

Carney said he was "absolutely serene about" forecasts made by the BoE ahead of the shock vote outcome. #European Union #England #EU #Bank of England #Britain #UK #Brexit #Mark Carney
Brexit: UK lawmakers to debate second EU membership referendum

Sep 05, 2016

Brexit: UK lawmakers to debate second EU membership referendum

British lawmakers will debate a public petition on whether to hold a second referendum on the country's membership in the European Union. #NewsTracker #European Union #EU #UK #EU Referendum #Brexit
British PM Theresa May casts doubt on points-based immigration after Brexit

Sep 05, 2016

British PM Theresa May casts doubt on points-based immigration after Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May has committed to cracking down on immigration from the European Union, while casting doubts on introducing a points-based system, according to her comments released. #NewsTracker #European Union #EU #Immigration #UK #Theresa May #Brexit
Theresa May-led UK govt considering to toughen visa rules for non-EU students, immigrants

Aug 31, 2016

Theresa May-led UK govt considering to toughen visa rules for non-EU students, immigrants

The UK government is considering further crackdowns on visas for non-EU nationals, which will include Indians, to curb its soaring immigration figures. #India #NewsTracker #European Union #EU #United Kingdom #Theresa May #Britian #Indian students in UK
British PM Theresa May to hold meeting on Brexit before G20 summit

Aug 29, 2016

British PM Theresa May to hold meeting on Brexit before G20 summit

As Britian Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to head to China for the upcoming G20, she will first hold a critical cabinet meeting with her top ministers at Chequers #China #EU #Britain #G20 summit #Theresa May #Brexit
At least 100 migrants rescued after boats ran aground off Greece

Aug 20, 2016

At least 100 migrants rescued after boats ran aground off Greece

Around 100 migrants were rescued after their boats ran aground on Friday off the coast of Greece, police said, while two Syrian girls, one of them a baby, drowned off the Libyan coast. #NewsTracker #Greece #European Union #EU #Athens #immigrants #refugees #Aegean islands
US Vice President Joe Biden visits Serbia and Kosovo

Aug 16, 2016

US Vice President Joe Biden visits Serbia and Kosovo

US Vice President Joe Biden kicks off a short visit to Serbia and its former province of Kosovo on Tuesday. #US #NewsTracker #Nato #EU #Joe Biden #Kosovo #Balkan wars
UK vows to replace EU funding for farmers, scientists, post Brexit

Aug 13, 2016

UK vows to replace EU funding for farmers, scientists, post Brexit

The UK currently pays money into the EU budget, which will stop once it formally leaves the bloc #NewsTracker #European Union #EU #UK #Brexit