Stories By 'Agence France Presse'
In a vault under the streets of Dublin a pot of gold owned by anxious investors isgrowing every day Britain edges closer to leaving the EU without a deal.
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Spain’s prime minister, whose minority government has struggled to pass a budget since taking office in June, said on Sunday that he intends to stay in power until the current parliamentary term ends in 2020.
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Wearied by the creative constrictions of junta-run Thailand, Palme d’Or-winning director Apichatpong Weerasethakul is making his next feature in Colombia with Tilda Swinton, but promises to bring his key themes—ghosts, memory and politics—with him.
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Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn was reportedly under arrest in Tokyo on Monday, as his firm accused him of “significant acts of misconduct” and said it would seek to oust him.
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European governments started to thrash out a plan for close ties with post-Brexit Britain on Monday in the last week before they gather to sign their divorce papers.Ministers from the other 27 EU members met in Brussels at the start of what Prime Minister Theresa May calls “an intense week of negotiations” ahead of Sunday’s summit.
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Iranian celebrities including Oscar-winning film director Asghar Farhadi and Grammy winner Kayhan Kalhor have launched a petition condemning US sanctions on Tehran and warning of the impact on ordinary people.
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Rap legend Ice Cube on Friday released a new politically charged song with President Donald Trump squarely in the crosshairs.
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