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Italian ex-militant Battisti 'confesses to four murders' after decades of denial
Former communist militant Cesare Battisti, jailed for life in Italy over four murders carried out in the 1970s, has confessed to the killings after decades of denying involvement, media reported Monday.



Macron seeks united EU front on China as President Xi visits France
French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed President Xi Jinping for a private dinner near Nice on Sunday as the Chinese leader tours Europe seeking support for an ambitious economic programme dubbed the "new Silk Road".



Conservative MP Dominic Grieve speaks to France 24
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve speaks to France 24



Hundreds of thousands march in London to demand new Brexit referendum
Hundreds of thousands of people opposed to the UK's withdrawal from the EU marched through central London on Saturday to demand a new referendum as the deepening Brexit crisis risked sinking Prime Minister Theresa May's premiership.



Europe cannot remain a 'prisoner' to Brexit delays, Macron says
French President Emmanuel Macron said Friday that Europe must not remain a "prisoner" to the uncertainties and delays of the Brexit process as Prime Minister Theresa May again seeks parliamentary approval of a new exit deal.



British press reacts to Theresa May's 'last chance' Brexit delay
European Union leaders on Friday gave Britain one final opportunity to avoid a no-deal Brexit. How did the British newspapers react to this postponement? Frustration was the one unifying theme.



Brexit delay 'a lifeline for Theresa May'
Brexit delay 'a lifeline for Theresa May'



EU offers Theresa May two-week Brexit reprieve
European leaders and Prime Minister Theresa May agreed Thursday on a short delay to Britain's divorce from the European Union in the hope of ensuring an orderly Brexit.



Her way or the highway? Theresa May pits 'people' against parliament
European leaders in Brussels have granted Theresa May a Brexit delay, albeit shorter than the three months she requested. May 22, the eve of the European elections, is the date suggested by the European Council. But there's a big if: if the UK parliament finally decides on what it wants. But can the prime minister convince enough MPs to agree to a divorce deal they've roundly rejected twice?



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