Dutch local election results could trigger a huge collapse at the heart of the EU, with a predicted poor showing from Prime Minister Mark Rutte likely to dramatically limit his powers in reforming the eurozone.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has congratulated Vladimir Putin on his recent election victory despite Britain’s accusations of Kremlin involvement in the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter.
The Irish government has demanded the European Union ensure the UK is not "backsliding" on a Brexit agreement over the Northern Ireland border as David Davis meets with his EU counterpart Michel Barnier today.
Theresa May will tonight warn EU leaders that Putin's Russia poses a long-term security threat to the whole of Europe. At a summit in Brussels, the Prime Minister is to issue a plea for unity across the bloc.
It should be a “values” alliance, governed by a treaty guaranteeing military self-help. America would be a member, as would Canada, India, Israel, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, France and many others.
by Liz Sly and Loveday Morris - The Washington Post
A war that began with peaceful protests against President Bashar al-Assad is rapidly descending into a global scramble for control over what remains of the broken country of Syria, risking a wider conflict.
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