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Gabriela Baczynska

An unlikely casualty of a hard Brexit - Turkey's exports

15 Apr 2019

ISTANBUL/BRUSSELS The threat of a hard British exit from the European Union looms large over a country that has a big stake in the process but no official say: Turkey.

Macron tests German patience in split over Brexit delay

12 Apr 2019

BRUSSELS The 'De Gaulle moment' that many had speculated about before Wednesday night's Brexit summit did not come, but President Emmanuel Macron still lived up to the spirit of the post-war French leader by throwing his weight around the EU table. | Video

What happens after October 31? Some in EU already imagine another Brexit delay

11 Apr 2019

BRUSSELS The ink was not yet dry on EU leaders' deal to give Britain a hard-fought, second delay to Brexit until November when some diplomats and officials in the bloc grudgingly conceded: This may well not be the last extension.

What happens after Oct. 31? Some in EU already imagine another Brexit delay

11 Apr 2019

BRUSSELS The ink was not yet dry on EU leaders' deal to give Britain a hard-fought, second delay to Brexit until November when some diplomats and officials in the bloc grudgingly conceded: This may well not be the last extension.

EU gives May till October for Brexit, seeking clarity

11 Apr 2019

BRUSSELS European Union leaders gave Britain six more months to leave the bloc, more than Prime Minister Theresa May says she needs but less than many in the bloc wanted, thanks to fierce resistance from France. | Video

France blocks EU call to stop Haftar's offensive in Libya

11 Apr 2019

BRUSSELS France on Wednesday blocked a European Union statement calling on Khalifa Haftar to halt his eastern forces' offensive in Libya, diplomatic sources said, in the latest example of how the bloc's internal divisions have undercut its global sway.

EU to call on Libya's Haftar to stop offensive - draft

11 Apr 2019

BRUSSELS European Union states will call on Khalifa Haftar to halt his eastern forces' offensive in Libya, according to a draft statement, amid disagreements between France and Italy over policy towards the north African state.

France blocks EU call to stop Haftar's offensive in Libya

11 Apr 2019

BRUSSELS France on Wednesday blocked a European Union statement calling on Khalifa Haftar to halt his eastern forces' offensive in Libya, diplomatic sources said, in the latest example of how the bloc's internal divisions have undercut its global sway.

Erneuter Brexit-Aufschub zeichnet sich ab - Neue Frist noch unklar

10 Apr 2019

Brüssel/Berlin Die britische Premierministerin Theresa May darf auf dem EU-Gipfel auf eine abermalige Verschiebung des EU-Austritts ihres Landes hoffen.

EU to grant Brexit delay but may demand a longer extension and conditions

10 Apr 2019

BRUSSELS, April 10 The European Union will grant Prime Minister Theresa May a second delay to Brexit at an emergency summit on Wednesday but the bloc's leaders are likely to demand she accepts a longer extension with conditions.

World News

Sri Lankan police hunt 140 people after Easter bombings

Sri Lankan police are trying to track down 140 people believed linked to Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the Easter Sunday suicide bombings of churches and hotels that killed 253 people, President Maithripala Sirisena said on Friday.