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What Hunter Biden did on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma

19 Oct 2019

By Polina Ivanova, Maria Tsvetkova, Ilya Zhegulev and Luke Baker

UPDATE 1-What Hunter Biden did on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma

18 Oct 2019

By Polina Ivanova, Maria Tsvetkova, Ilya Zhegulev and Luke Baker

EU leaders: united over Brexit, divided over much else

18 Oct 2019

BRUSSELS Summits are usually a chance for European Union leaders to discuss problems and try to strengthen their union. But after two days of talks in Brussels, the only issue they could agree on is the very one that's a symbol of disunity: Brexit.

What Hunter Biden did on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma

18 Oct 2019

By Polina Ivanova, Maria Tsvetkova, Ilya Zhegulev and Luke Baker

Phone calls with Trump: more risky venture than diplomatic boon

08 Oct 2019

LONDON Arranging a phone call with the president of the United States used to be seen as a diplomatic win. But increasingly it comes with serious risks, from transcript leaks to domestic political blowback, and advisers are growing wary.

After Saudi attacks, Russia makes its regional presence felt

30 Sep 2019

LONDON In the two weeks since attacks blamed on missiles or drones shut down half of Saudi Arabia's oil output, the country that has arguably moved most deftly to position itself for any upside is Russia.

French environment minister quits over spending criticism

17 Jul 2019

PARIS France's environment minister resigned on Tuesday following a week of reports by an investigative website about his high spending on private lobster dinners and costly renovations of his ministerial residence.

In golden era of tennis rivalries, Nadal-Djokovic stands out, says Wilander

05 Jun 2019

PARIS Roger Federer's gripping four-set victory over friend and compatriot Stan Wawrinka has set up a tantalizing semi-final showdown with clay-court king Rafael Nadal, the 39th meeting between two of the most successful players of all time.

Exit of French centre-right leader bolsters Macron's grip

03 Jun 2019

PARIS France's once-dominant centre-right political party, Les Republicains, was in disarray on Monday after its leader quit, acknowledging his responsibility for the group's poor performance in last week's European elections.

Far-right wins French vote in EU election, but Macron limits damage

27 May 2019

PARIS Marine Le Pen's far-right Rassemblement National rode a wave of nationalist sentiment to win the most votes in France's election to the European Parliament on Sunday, but the margin of victory over President Emmanuel Macron's party was narrow. | Video

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