Brussels cautious over Britain's new Brexit proposal

European Commission chief warns of ‘problematic points’ in new plan but says some ‘positive advances’ made. The United Kingdom has proposed creating an all-island regulatory zone for Ireland to cover all goods in a bid to break the Brexit deadlock in advance of the October 31 deadline, but the plan received a

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Greek workers strike for second time in 2 weeks

Workers walk off the job, responding to a government bill critics say will hurt unions. Private sector workers in Greece have walked off the job for the second time in two weeks as part of a 24-hour nationwide strike to protest against labour reforms planned by the country’s recently-elected conservative

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UK Brexit crisis: All the latest updates

UK Parliament readies to vote on Prime Minister Johnson’s plan for EU exit amid looming October 31 Brexit deadline. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing a major showdown in the United Kingdom’s Parliament over his promise to lead the country out of the European Union by the end of

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Tornadoes and storms hit East, fire threat out West

There have been 11 reported tornadoes in the last 36 hours in 5 states from Texas to Tennessee with the latest damage pictures coming in from Memphis area where two tornadoes were reported yesterday morning. Interested in Tornadoes? This same storm system will move east today and the East Coast

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VOTD: How 'It Chapter 2' Should Have Ended

The easy answer to how IT Chapter 2 should have ended is probably about 45 minutes earlier than the nearly three-hour theatrical runtime. But that’s a conversation for another time. We all know that the second part of Andy Muschietti‘s adaptation of Stephen King’s thick horror novel IT resulted in

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