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The Observer: Standing on the shingle of Hastings beach beside his fishing boat, PaulJoy says his family have fished these waters since before the time of William the Conqueror. He’s done the research, and the Joys have had boats here since records began. His boat had been...
Richmond Times Dispatch: WASHINGTON (AP) — Now it's PresidentDonald Trump's turn to pull off the ultimate charm offensive. Wined and dined on multiple state visits during his tour of Asia last year, Trump is paying it forward and celebrating nearly 250 years of U.S.-French relations...
Citywire: Top stories The Times: Senior Brexit-supporting ministers will call Theresa May to abandon her favoured option for a customs deal with the EU amid growing fears that she is paving the way for a compromise on the issue. Financial Times: Hiring at UK fund...
City A.M.: Today, the eighth annual CityWeek conference gets underway at the Guildhall in the heart of the Square Mile. Leading figures from the global financial services community come together to chew over the latest trends, challenges and policies affecting the...
City A.M.: Today, the eighth annual CityWeek conference gets underway at the Guildhall in the heart of the Square Mile. Leading figures from the global financial services community come together to chew over the latest trends, challenges and policies affecting the...
Antiwar: > The British government shared what was supposedly a dossier containing sensitive intelligence to convince allies and EU member states to support its accusation of Russian culpability in the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, England on March...
China Daily: BRUSSELS - The European Union has decided to extend anti-dumping duties...
Public Technologies: Muddy shoes pile up at the entrance of the small tent as morning classes are about to begin. A group of children, all Syrian refugees, listen attentively as Munir Ahmed al-Mahmoud, a 30-year-old volunteer teacher from the war-torn city of Hama, explains...
Salon: In this enclave of celebrity and tremendous wealth, it was a real estate megadeal that made little sense. In 2008, an Egyptian man with a reputation for small-time financial scams bought an opulent 10,400-square-foot mansion on famed Rodeo Drive. Sale price,...
Public Technologies: Focus on aid, increased pledges and accountability for previous commitments needed Donors and governments meeting Tuesday and Wednesday for the Brussels II conference must take the opportunity to bring change for the millions of vulnerable Syrians in their...
Irish Independent: Farmers must make themselves more "indispensable" towards tackling energy and climate change problems, with an uphill battle ahead in protecting the vital Common Agricultural Policy funding, it has been warned. European Commissioner for AgriculturePhil Hogan...
This is Money: The Salisbury chemical attack and the Syrian air strikes have left East-West relations in the worst state for several decades. In a riveting new book, historian TAYLOR DOWNING recounts earlier moments when the world skidded towards disaster. Today — in the...
BBC News: Peers voted by 348 to 225 in favour of a plan requiring ministers to report on steps to negotiate a continued union last week. Although the vote was not binding, it secured a new debate in the House of Commons, where a number of MPs are expected to back the...
Public Technologies: Donors and governments meeting Tuesday and Wednesday for the Brussels II conference must take the opportunity to bring change for the millions of vulnerable Syrians in their war-torn country and in the region by following through on previous commitments to...