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Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan must agree on sharing the Nile — before it’s too late
Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan must agree on sharing the Nile — before it’s too late
The three-way dispute among Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan over the sharing of the Nile waters remains deadlocked.
Dutch vote in 'Rutte referendum' after shooting
Dutch vote in 'Rutte referendum' after shooting
Dutch voters on Wednesday headed to provincial polls billed by the opposition as a referendum on Prime Minister...
Brexit stokes uncertainty in sport
Brexit stokes uncertainty in sport
The air of anxiety hangs too thick to be penetrated by the eyes that gaze towards a post-Brexit world. So much uncertainty over trade and movement...
Brics could pave the way to a new world order
Brics could pave the way to a new world order
The Munich Security Conference is a leading annual forum on international security and strategy. The theme of its recent instalment, 
British MPs set to vote on no-deal Brexit
British MPs set to vote on no-deal Brexit
MPs will vote Wednesday on whether Britain should make a potentially chaotic "no-deal" exit from the European Union (EU) in 16 days' time, after...
Why is a second Brexit referendum undemocratic?
Why is a second Brexit referendum undemocratic?
Opponents of a second referendum on the toxic and smelly dumpster fire that is Brexit often loudly maintain that it would be “undemocratic”,...
EU says 'no solution' for now to break Brexit deadlock
EU says 'no solution' for now to break Brexit deadlock
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said on Wednesday "no solution" has been found so far to break the deadlock over Brexit, a spokesman reported...
Brexit: May heads back to Brussels but EU not budging
Brexit: May heads back to Brussels but EU not budging
Prime Minister Theresa May heads back to Brussels on Wednesday to renew her quest to reopen the terms of Britain's Brexit divorce, but appears...
Britain's May seeks more time from MPs for Brexit talks
Britain's May seeks more time from MPs for Brexit talks
The British government sought to win more time Sunday to secure EU concessions that could pass parliament and avert a chaotic split from the bloc...
Fake news: Censorship’s no solution
Fake news: Censorship’s no solution
Today, debates about public issues play out on social media, people receive their news via digital platforms and politicians pitch their policies...
May back in Brussels for latest Brexit showdown
May back in Brussels for latest Brexit showdown
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May returned to Brussels on Thursday for a showdown with EU leaders as she bids to avoid a calamitous no-deal...
The European Union has failed on Zimbabwe — but it’s not too late to change course
The European Union has failed on Zimbabwe — but it’s not too late to change course
On February 18, twenty-eight European Union foreign ministers will meet in Brussels to answer the same question they have faced every year since...

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