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Coronavirus is death of Schengen?

French President Emmanuel Macron warned European Union leaders the crisis risked undoing the bloc's central pillars - for example, the no-border zone codified in the Schengen Agreement - if they did not solidarity.  …

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EU leaders to hold video conference on coronavirus

European Union leaders will hold another video conference on March 26 to discuss the impact of the novel coronavirus, a top official said. "We will continue to act decisively to developments as they unfold and fight this …

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World’s richest shed more than $78 billion

As the Dow Jones suffered its worst decline since 1987 and coronavirus fears caused markets to slide around the globe, the world’s twenty richest people lost just over $78 billion combined in a single day, …

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 Is France starting to support Haftar?

Last Monday, the French government hosted Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar on a brief, unannounced, visit to Paris. Accompanied by his top political advisor, my ex-academic colleague turned politician Fadel Ed-Deep, he met President …

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EU tells Turkey to pull migrants back from Greek border

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan sought more European support on Monday over the war in Syria and for hosting millions of Syrian refugees, but was told he must first stop encouraging migrants to cross into Greece, Reuters reports. …

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Erdogan to travel to Brussels amid standoff with EU

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plans to be in Brussels on Monday for a one-day working visit, his office said amid a charged conflict between Turkey and the European Union over migrants and refugees, The New York Times reported. …

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Marvel’s next superhero idea focuses on Brexit

Marvel Comics is launching a new team of superheroes representing England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.  Their mission is to see if they can get along peaceably after Britain’s exit from the European Union, English …

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