Some 100 migrants missing after shipwreck off Libya's coast

2017-09-21 20:00

The Libyan coast guard says some 100 migrants are missing after a shipwreck off the country's west coast

West Africa steps up battle against pirates and poachers

2017-09-20 18:33

Armed and stony-faced, six black-clothed members of Senegal's marine special forces board the Chinese fishing boat, alerted by radio that it may be operating illegally.

May's Brexit law passes first hurdle

2017-09-12 13:36

Theresa May’s plan for taking Britain out of the European Union has passed its first parliamentary hurdle as pressure mounted on her main political rival.

Brexit squeeze on workers' earnings highlights BoE dilemma

2017-09-11 11:18

You don’t need to tell UK nurses what this week’s inflation and wage data will show. They say their living standards have been squeezed for seven years.

EU refines Brexit positions, warns on Ireland

2017-09-07 22:36

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has unveiled five position papers on Europe's stance in divorce talks with Britain and argued that London's position on Ireland was deeply misguided.

May's key Brexit bill set for first debate in parliament

2017-09-07 10:30

Prime Minister Theresa May’s flagship piece of Brexit legislation will be debated for the first time, giving opponents an opportunity to lay out their objections in Parliament.

Britain was 'stupid' to vote for Brexit, says an EU official

2017-09-04 14:06

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union is 'stupid' and only the will of the British people can stop it, according to the chief of staff to European Commission president.

Brexit talks end in acrimony amid stalemate over bill

2017-08-31 15:19

Brexit talks have ended in stalemate, with both sides deadlocked over the divorce bill and tensions spilling over as the European Union’s negotiator mocked Theresa May.

Google faces deadline as clock ticks towards new EU fines

2017-08-29 07:00

It's D-day for Google to tell the European Union how it plans to comply with an order to stop discriminating against rival shopping search services or face new fines.

The Brexit files: A rundown of the UK's position papers

2017-08-25 21:30

Brexit talks between the UK and the European Union to resume after Prime Minister Theresa May’s government released a series of papers on its ambitions for the divorce.


Africa poaching now a war, task force warns

2017-09-21 17:26

The fight against poaching must be treated as a war, Africa's leading anti-poaching coalition has said, as it called for the illicit wildlife trade to be monitored like global conflicts.

UK overseas territories at risk of losing funding after Brexit

2017-09-13 16:00

UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has been asked to match the European Union funding that UK overseas territories stand to lose after Brexit.

Campaign group claims Zimbabwe diamonds funding government repression

2017-09-11 15:30

Zimbabwe's ruling elite has diverted the country's vast diamond riches to help fund repression by dodging sanctions and raising money for security forces, an anti-corruption campaign group has alleged.

WATCH: Detainees 'stripped of human dignity' in Libya, says MSF

2017-09-08 15:00

Humanitarian group, Doctors without Borders, has expressed concern over the arbitrary detention of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in Libya.

Medical aid group slams EU migrant policy in Libya

2017-09-07 16:30

The medical aid group Doctors Without Borders is accusing the European Union of funding the abuse of migrants in dangerous detention centers in Libya

Erdogan: EU must make up its mind on Turkey's membership

2017-09-06 22:23

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has renewed his call on the European Union to make its up mind on whether it wants to continue or end membership talks with his country, angered by a political debate in Germany.

Diplomats in Kenya hail democracy in vote ruling

2017-09-02 07:21

he US ambassador and other diplomats in Kenya say the Supreme Court ruling nullifying the presidential election "has demonstrated Kenya's resilient democracy and commitment to the rule of law".

Devil in the detail: Brexit talks are making little progress

2017-08-31 10:55

From the large issues like Britain’s divorce bill, to the small technical ones like reciprocal health care, Brexit progress is scarce.

May under pressure from labour and EU as Brexit talks resume

2017-08-28 11:09

Brexit talks resume with Prime Minister Theresa May under pressure on two fronts: European negotiators are pushing her to reveal her hand, while the opposition Labour Party has made a bid.

Angolan vote heralds new leader after president's long rule

2017-08-23 18:10

Angolans are voting in an election in which the defense minister is the front-runner to succeed President Jose Eduardo dos Santos, who will relinquish the post after 38 years in power

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