EU, Britain agree draft deal on post-Bre...
EU, Britain agree draft deal on post-Brexit ties, await summit approval
Britain and the European Union have agreed in principle to a text setting out their future relationship that can be endorsed by EU leaders at a summit, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Thursday.
EU executive, Britain agree on declaration on future ties: EU official
The European Commission's and Britain's Brexit negotiators have agreed on a declaration on the two sides' future ties, an EU official said.
UK PM May to make statement to parliament on Brexit at 1430 GMT
British Prime Minister Theresa May will make a statement on Brexit to parliament at 1430 GMT on Thursday, the opposition Labour Party said on Twitter.
EU, UK agree on draft future ties: document
The European Union and Britain expect an ambitious economic partnership after Brexit according to the text of a draft deal on future ties due to be endorsed by leaders on Sunday.
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EU's Tusk says political deal agreed on Brexit future text
Britain and European Union political leaders have agreed in principle to a text setting out their future relationship that can be endorsed by EU leaders at a summit, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Thursday.
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EU hopes to clinch Brexit deal on Sunday
The European Union's 27 national ambassadors will try on Thursday to finalize an outline declaration of future ties between the bloc and the United Kingdom ahead of a planned summit on Sunday.
China says U.S. accusations of unfair trade practices 'groundless'
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Head of Russian spy agency accused of British poison attack dies
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Nissan board meets to end Ghosn's two-decade reign
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PM May made good progress in Brussels: UK health minister
Britain's health minister Matt Hancock said that Prime Minister Theresa May had made good progress in Brussels, where she and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker discussed the outline of Britain's future relations outside the EU.
Hyundai shares skid as U.S. prosecutors probe Hyundai car recalls
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Tokyo prosecutor: can't comment on whether Ghosn has admitted to allegations
Shin Kukimoto, deputy public prosecutor at the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office, said on Thursday that he could not comment on whether Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn had admitted to allegations of financial misconduct.
Denmark suspends Saudi weapon export approvals over Khashoggi, Yemen concerns
Denmark has suspended future approvals of weapons and military equipment exports to Saudi Arabia in response to the killing of a dissident Saudi journalist and the kingdom's role in the conflict in Yemen, the Danish Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.
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U.S., South Korea to reduce scope of 'Foal Eagle' military drill: Mattis
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Australia flags removing citizenship from home-grown radicals
Australian nationals convicted of terror offences would be stripped of their citizenship if the government believes they are entitled to apply for residency from another country, Prime Minister Scott Morrison proposed on Thursday.