When Scottish voters decided two years ago to remain part of the United Kingdom, many thought the raucous independence drive was settled. Think again. Brexit has brought the push to break from London roaring back because the Scots very much…
British Prime Minister David Cameron tried Monday to assure the world that Brexit isn’t the calamity it’s being made out to be. Despite Germany’s warning against long-term uncertainty, he said the UK is taking a go-slow approach to the divorce.
British Prime Minister resigned, after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Global markets nosedived in response to the brexit.
By PBS NewsHour
The potential consequences of a so-called Brexit – the British exit from the European Union -- on the nation’s economy, immigration, and sovereignty are deeply dividing British voters, with the latest polls very close. Special Correspondent Patricia Sabga in England…
By Larisa Epatko
The UK is holding a referendum on June 23 on whether Britain should exit the European Union. We collected some handy guides and interesting reads on what to expect either way.
By PBS NewsHour
The UN refugee agency is refusing to cooperate with European authorities in processing and deporting the migrants stranded in Greece -- a move that could destabilize the recent deal with Turkey to stem the migrant flow. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant…
Turkey and the European Union reached an agreement Friday over solutions to the ongoing migrant crisis in Eastern Europe, with Turkey taking back Syrian refugees currently stranded in Greece in exchange for financial aid and closer travel and political ties…
In our news wrap Friday, the European Union has reached a deal with Turkey to stem the flow of migrants into Eastern Europe. Also, the corruption crisis engulfing Brazil’s government flared as riot police in Sao Paulo resorted to water…
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
Slovenia has said that it will be building ‘temporary technical obstacles,’ possibly including fences, along its border with Croatia.
In the Mediterranean, a vast joint effort from several countries continues to locate and rescue migrants stranded at sea. British, Swedish, Spanish and Italian ships rescued 3,500 migrants on Saturday.
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