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EU seeks money for joint defense programs

BRATISLAVA/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's executive wants to boost the bloc's joint defense and security with an initial investment of 90 million euros ($100 million) in research, marking a turning point after years of cu...

What are bosses saying about Brexit?

British companies explain how the Brexit vote has impacted their business so far. ||| London - Britain voted to leave the European Union on June 23 and is expected to trigger Article 50, the formal process of leaving the bloc, next year. Show More Summary

DEUTSCHE BANK: 'The pain’s not over for the pound'

The British pound has further to fall in the aftermath of the UK's decision to leave the European Union, despite dropping to its lowest level against the dollar in more than three decades, according to new research from analysts at Deutsche...Show More Summary

European Union Needs To Do More To Remain Global Wind Energy Leader

A new report has concluded that the European Union needs to do much more if it is to not only meet its own energy and climate targets, but also if it intends to remain a global leader in renewables and successfully transition to a cleaner energy system. Show More Summary

Europol Warns of Cybercrime Surge

The European Union’s police agency says cybercrime is rising, driven by an expansion in both the number of criminals working on the internet and a rise in the opportunities for criminal gain.

European Union Gives Cash to Turkey to Manage Refugees

From ABC News: The European Union on Monday launched a 348 million-euro ($391 million) aid project to help up to a million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey — part of a landmark EU deal with Turkey aimed at curbing the flow of migrants to Europe. The refugees, living outside of camps, are to […]

EU executive: Extra border checks still justified though migrant influx eased

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's executive said on Wednesday that emergency border checks introduced within Europe's free-travel zone by countries including Germany and Sweden to stem a migrant influx were still justified, even though arrival numbers had eased.

S&P: Brexit won't give UK exports a boost as big as Leave campaigners touted

Brexit will not give UK exports a boost as huge as many of those who backed leaving the European Union have argued since the vote, according to new research from credit ratings agency Standard and Poor's. Since the vote, it has beenShow More Summary

The Bank of England's top markets official said the UK economy is in the middle of a post-Brexit shock

Minouche Shafik, the Bank of England's top markets official, said the UK is in the middle of an economic shock brought on by the vote to leave the European Union. Shafik said “there is no doubt in my mind that the UK is experiencingShow More Summary

How to Calculate VAT in PHP for any EU Country - PHP Classes

How to Calculate VAT in PHP for any EU Country By Dave Smith As you may know, VAT is a tax used in European Union countries. It is added to the price of products and services, but the actual percentage of the tax varies from countryShow More Summary

Brexit could put lives of vulnerable at risk due to less charity funding: report

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Efforts to protect millions of people fleeing violence and rights abuses could be jeopardized if Britain's exit from the European Union triggers a decline in funding for charities, a move many expect, a report on Wednesday showed.

Sarkozy would offer UK new EU treaty if he wins French presidency: FT

(Reuters) - French presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy said on Tuesday he would offer Britain a chance to reverse its Brexit vote by negotiating a new treaty for the European Union with Germany, if he wins presidency in 2017, the Financial Times reported.

The UK is risking everything with Brexit

Britain's exit from the European Union — Brexit — could undo all the progress it has made becoming one of the world's most competitive countries, according to the World Economic Forum. Every year the WEF's benchmark Global Competitiveness...Show More Summary

The First Shall Be Last: Tribalism And Christian Faith

In June of this year, as Britain approached its referendum on whether to leave the European Union, Jo Cox, a Labour Party Member of Parliament, was brutally murdered on the streets of Birstall, West Yorkshire. As her assailant murdered...Show More Summary

Statement by the Quartet's Principals

Representatives of the Quartet — United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, United States Secretary of State John Kerry and European Union High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy Federica Mogherini — met in New York on 23 September. Show More Summary

Lord Mandelson on Brexit: 'Behind the appearance of calm, behind those closed Whitehall doors, there is tremendous turmoil going on’

Lord Mandelson believes that prime minister Theresa May's cabinet is at all-out war over plans for leaving the European Union. Mandelson, the former business secretary who played a key role in creating New Labour alongside Tony Blair,...Show More Summary

The Labour Party's official Brexit policy is to try and block Brexit

"Brexit means Brexit!" is what Theresa May keeps telling us. For for the Labour Party, Brexit might actually mean Britain staying in the European Union. That is because it seems Labour finally reached an agreement on what its BrexitShow More Summary

Husband's Entrails Found in Woman's Checked Bag

On Sept. 8, a 35-year-old Moroccan woman's bag was randomly checked upon her arrival in Graz, Austria. What was inside was "absolutely secure, triple wrapped, according to European Union norms," per a pathologist. Yes, pathologist: The New York Times reports the woman was carrying a four-inch piece of her late...

France, Germany put EU defense plan to skeptical partners

BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - France and Germany made the case for the European Union's most ambitious defense plan in almost two decades on Tuesday, aiming to persuade skeptical eastern members and avoid a showdown with Britain over its military future outside the bloc.

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