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Brexit minister hints United Kingdom could soften stances in European Union talks

Barclay reiterated Prime Minister Boris Johnson's latest plans for a managed withdrawal from the bloc on October 31.

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Ten killed in minibus-lorry collision in Romania

Ten people were killed and seven injured on Saturday when a lorry collided with a minibus in eastern Romania

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United Kingdom Prime Minister Johnson to submit Brexit grand bargain but Ireland sceptical

The United Kingdom is heading towards an October 31 exit date without a clear understanding of whether it will leave with a deal, without a deal, or even leave by that deadline

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Germany urges European unity 30 years after 'Prague exodus'

About 15,000 East Germans fled to the West via Prague before East Germany opened the iBerlin Wall dividing the city on November 9, 1989. 

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Greece steps up migrant transfers after Lesbos clashes

The violent clashes began at the Moria refugee camp on Sunday after a fire broke out inside a shipping container.

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Groping claims against United Kingdom Prime Minister Johnson overshadow Conservative conference

he Prime Minister's spokesman told reporters, "This allegation is untrue."

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UK will leave European Union on October 31, Finance Minister Javid says

"Hopefully we leave with a deal," Javid told ITV.

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Conservatives win Austria election as far-right tumbles

A total of 6.4 million people were eligible to vote in the small Alpine country, with turnout estimated at 75.5 per cent.

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Riots at Greek migrant camp after two die in a fire

A woman and a child had died in the blaze at the overcrowded Moira camp on the island of Lesbos

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British PM Johnson referred to police watchdog over businesswoman links

When Johnson was mayor, he failed to declare personal links to tech entrepreneur Jennifer Arcuri who received thousands of pounds in public business.

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After disruptions, Thomas Cook holidaymakers back in UK

More than 76,000 people had been returned in the first five days of Operation Matterhorn - Britain's biggest peacetime repatriation

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Catalonia tense ahead of verdict in separatist leaders trial

Seven Catalan separatists suspected of preparing violent attacks were recently charged with belonging to a "terrorist organisation".

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European Commission's Juncker says Britain will be responsible if no Brexit deal

Britain is scheduled to leave the EU on October 31.

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Possible scenarios in Austria's upcoming snap elections

It will be up to President Alexander Van der Bellen, a former Green leader, to approve any new government.

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UK MPs return to parliament after Supreme Court ruling

Cabinet member Michael Gove said that the government would outline its next steps in parliament later on Wednesday.

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