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    Brussels bickers over Brexit
    Jun26

    Brussels bickers over Brexit

    Continental dividing lines over Brexit came into sharper focus this weekend, revealing disagreements among leading political players over how to manage a divorce with the U.K. On the one side are hawks, or to some the bad cops, in the form of the presidents of the European Commission and Parliament — Jean-Claude Juncker and Martin Schulz — along...

    Euro 2016: Germany v/s Slovakia preview – Will the World Cup winners wake up from their group-stage slumber?
    Jun26

    Euro 2016: Germany v/s Slovakia preview – Will the World Cup winners wake up from their group-stage slumber?

    Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer believes the world champions can put a slow start to Euro 2016 behind them and thrive under the pressure of knockout football when they face Slovakia on Sunday. Joachim Loew’s side progressed to the last 16 as winners of Group C, beating Ukraine and Northern Ireland, drawing with Poland and all without...

    Patience key for Spain against Italy’s tough defense
    Jun26

    Patience key for Spain against Italy’s tough defense

    Italy team pose for a group photograph prior to their Euro 2016 Group E soccer match between Italy and Sweden at Stadium de Toulouse, in France on Friday, June 17, 2016. Photo: Reuters SAINT-MARTIN-DE-RE: Spain is pledging to stick to its acclaimed passing game to try to break through Italy’s equally famous defense in the round of 16 of the...

    Russia secures energy deals, talks security with China as Putin visits
    Jun26

    Russia secures energy deals, talks security with China as Putin visits

    BEIJING: Russia and China sealed a raft of energy deals during President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Beijing on Saturday, strengthening economic ties while pledging to preserve the strategic balance of power among nations. The deals involve the sale of stakes in a number of Russian projects to Chinese firms, an oil supply contract and joint...

    Bulgarian Socialist Leader Heads to Moscow for Ruling Party Congress
    Jun26

    Bulgarian Socialist Leader Heads to Moscow for Ruling Party Congress

    Korneliya Ninova, the recently elected leader of the socialist opposition in Bulgaria, begins a two-day visit to Moscow on Sunday, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP)’s press office says. Ninova was earlier invited to head a BSP delegation to attend the 15th congress of United Russia, the ruling party in the country whose former leader is...

    Kerry to visit Brussels, London for talks on UK’s EU exit
    Jun26

    Kerry to visit Brussels, London for talks on UK’s EU exit

    ROME — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will rush to Brussels and London on Monday to meet the top British and European Union diplomats, as the world grapples with the implications of Britain’s historic vote to leave the European Union. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks during a tour the Jakobshavn Glacier and the Ilulissat Icefjord,...

    Kerry to visit Brussels, London for talks on UK’s EU exit
    Jun26

    Kerry to visit Brussels, London for talks on UK’s EU exit

    ROME (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will rush to Brussels and London on Monday to meet the top British and European Union diplomats, as the world grapples with the implications of Britain’s historic vote to leave the European Union. Kerry will bring messages of support. Less likely: Answers or even suggestions for how to deal...

    Brexit Vote Jolts EU-Membership Hopes in Three Former Soviet States
    Jun26

    Brexit Vote Jolts EU-Membership Hopes in Three Former Soviet States

    Image: Brexit. Stock Photo. Pixabay.com British voters’ decision to leave the European Union has reduced the chance that three countries in the former Soviet Union will be able to get out from under Russia’s thumb. Without the support of Britain, which was the most vocal EU opponent of the Kremlin’s aggression against countries...

    Brex’it, So Be’it; And Then What?
    Jun26

    Brex’it, So Be’it; And Then What?

    Source: TRANSCEND Media ServiceBy Johan GaltungALICANTE, Spain, Jun 26 2016 (IPS)The vote turned out like the two referenda held in Norway in 1972 and 1994. And much for the same reason: Protestant break with Rome–Catholic, imperial–Henry VIII made himself head of the Anglican Church in 1534.Religion was not the only reason, there are Protestant...

    About Town: Kerrying on in Copenhagen
    Jun26

    About Town: Kerrying on in Copenhagen

    The US secretary of state, John Kerry, was in Denmark on Thursday June 16 as part of an official visit focusing on co-operation in the Arctic region, climate issues, the conflict in Syria against Islamic State (IS), and the situation in Ukraine and trade. Kerry was hosted by the foreign minister, Kristian Jensen and he also managed to meet with...