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President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker (R), meets with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson for a working lunch at Le Bouquet Garni restaurant.
President of the European Commission, Je […]

Johnson and Juncker hold Brexit lunch amid backstop impasse

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Monday for the first time since taking office, as efforts to prevent a no-deal Brexit on October 31 show little sign of progress.
Several refugees are sitting at the stern of the ship "Open Arms" of the aid organisation Proactiva Open Arms in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Lampedusa. The Spanish government has apparently offered the rescue ship "Open Arms" Mallorca as a safe haven in the struggle for a solution for the 107 migrants on board.
Several refugees are sitting at the ster […]

Spain offers closest ports as safe haven for migrant vessel

The EU has praised Spain for taking in the NGO vessel Open Arms, which has been denied entry to Italy with over 100 migrants on board.
16.05.2019, Großbritannien, Salford: Jeremy Corbyn, Vorsitzender der Labour Partei in Großbritannien, gestikuliert während eines Besuchs in Salford, während er Journalisten über die Pläne seiner Partei zum Klimaschutz informiert. Foto: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++
16.05.2019, Großbritannien, Salford: Je […]

Corbyn to call no-confidence vote to stop no-deal Brexit

Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to stick to an October 31 deadline for Brexit, even if there is no deal in place to regulate the country's departure from the European Union.
Numerous refugees are saved by a boat of the aid organisation SOS Mediterranee just off the Libyan coast while attempting to cross over to Italy in the Mediterranean, 27 January 2018. Photo: Laurin Schmid/SOS Mediterranee/dpa
Numerous refugees are saved by a boat of […]

Migrants stranded at sea off Malta to be redistributed around EU

After being at the sea for four days, a group of migrants are finally allowed to enter Malta and will be distributed around the EU countries.