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The Latest: EU summit: Merkel calls for unity on migrants
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says European Union countries can't show only "selective solidarity" when it comes to dealing with migrants
EU's Tusk warns of bruising Brexit battle ahead, urges unity
European Union chief Donald Tusk warned Thursday of a bruising Brexit battle ahead as Britain and the remaining 27 EU countries move onto to discussions over their future trade relations.
Royals join bereaved families in London tower fire memorial
Britain's royals have joined survivors and families of those who perished in London's Grenfell Tower fire for a memorial service to remember the 71 people killed in the June blaze
Refugee quota opponents stump up funds to bolster EU borders
The Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia say they plan to spend around $41 million to beef up EU borders as they come under pressure for refusing to accept refugee quotas
10 Things to Know for Thursday
Among 10 Things to Know: GOP says it's got a deal on taxes; Republicans grapple with stunning Alabama loss; former 'Apprentice' contestant Omarosa leaving White House.
In blow to May, UK lawmakers assert final say on Brexit deal
British lawmakers have dealt a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans by giving Parliament the final say on any exit agreement the government reaches with the European Union
A New Era of Friendship...
LONDON -- "The new embassy signifies a new era of friendship between our two countries," U.S. Ambassador Woody Johnson announced to reporters Wednesday at the press preview of the new U.S. Embassy in London. "When you look out through the window, it reflects the global outlook of the U.S. in the
The Latest: UK lawmakers defeat government on Brexit bill
British lawmakers have delivered a defeat to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans by giving Parliament the final say on any exit agreement with the European Union
EU negotiator says 'no turning back' on commitments
European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says there will be "no turning back" for Britain on commitments made during an initial divorce deal between the two, after his U.K. counterpart insisted it was merely a "statement of intent."
EU's Tusk: Brexit will be a "furious race against time"
European Union Council President Donald Tusk warned of a "furious race against time" if the EU and Britain will finish their full Brexit negotiations by next Autumn, complaining only "moderate progress" had been achieved so far