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Despite ‘big gaps’, Britain and EU talk up Brexit prospects

Despite ‘big gaps’, Britain and EU talk up Brexit prospects

Prime Minister Theresa May and other EU leaders yesterday voiced renewed confidence they could secure a Brexit deal, saying they were working hard to overcome the hurdles that only days ago brought the talks to a halt.

London’s black taxi cabs to launch in Paris next year

London’s black taxi cabs to launch in Paris next year

London’s black taxi cabs will hit the streets of Paris next year as the Chinese Geely-owned London Electric Vehicle Company continues its global expansion of the famous models.

No money down the drain for Philippine sanitation workers

No money down the drain for Philippine sanitation workers

Philippines sanitation workers unblocking a drain discovered dozens of wallets had been clogging it up, some containing credit cards and IDs, but no money.

Pope gets invite to N Korea, indicates  will consider it

Pope gets invite to N Korea, indicates will consider it

Pope Francis yesterday received an invitation to visit North Korea and the pontiff indicated that he would consider making what would be a landmark trip to the hermit nation, according to South Korean officials.

Sri Lanka reverses $300mn China deal

Sri Lanka reverses $300mn China deal

Sri Lanka has reversed a decision to award a $300-mn housing deal to China in favour of a joint venture with an Indian company, the government said, ahead of a visit by the prime minister to its South Asian neighbour.

Bhutan seeks happiness in electing new government

Bhutan seeks happiness in electing new government

The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, wedged between India and China, voted in a national election yesterday guaranteed to usher in a new ruling party which must boost the economy without compromising the country’s fierce independent streak.

France to allow congestion pricing in bid to reduce traffic jams

France to allow congestion pricing in bid to reduce traffic jams

France plans to make it easier for cities to introduce congestion pricing in a bid to reduce traffic jams and air pollution, the transport minister said on Thursday.

EU leaders vow tough action on cyber attacks

EU leaders vow tough action on cyber attacks

EU leaders on Thursday condemned the attempted hack on the global chemical weapons watchdog and vowed to step up the bloc's efforts to tackle cyber attacks.

Sri Lanka president tightens security after 'assassination plot'

Sri Lanka president tightens security after 'assassination plot'

Sri Lanka's president has heightened his security following reports of an assassination plot involving an alleged Indian intelligence operative, his advisor said Thursday.

Crimea teen gunman spoke of bullying 'revenge'

Crimea teen gunman spoke of bullying 'revenge'

A teenage gunman who killed 20 people in a Crimean college had spoken of taking revenge for bullying, a girl claiming to be his ex-girlfriend said Thursday, while Russian President Vladimir Putin said ...

Take it or leave it? EU offers May few options on Brexit deal

Take it or leave it? EU offers May few options on Brexit deal

The European Union and Britain have given themselves a few more weeks to break the deadlock in their Brexit talks but for Brussels the delay seems mainly about Prime Minister Theresa May ...

India looks to tighten sexual harassment laws: government officials

India looks to tighten sexual harassment laws: government officials

India is considering tightening sexual harassment laws, government officials said on Thursday, after an avalanche of complaints of abuse lodged by women in recent weeks thrust the issue to the forefront of politics.

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