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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking in the House of Commons, London during the debate for the European Union Withdrawal Agreement Bill: Second Reading. Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's European Union divorce bill faces two votes Tuesday, with lawmakers first being asked to approve it in principle, followed by a vote on the government's schedule for debate and possible amendments. (House of Commons/via AP)
The Latest: EU Council president will recommend Brexit delayEuropean Council President Donald Tusk says he will recommend that the EU grant Britain's request for an extension to the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline
The Associated Press3 hours ago
FILE - This April 12, 2018 file photo, shows the Odebrecht headquarters in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Swiss prosecutors filed on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019, their first indictment in investigations related to the Brazilian construction company and state-run oil giant Petrobras, charging a suspect with complicity in the bribery of foreign public officials and with money laundering. (AP Photo/Andre Penner, File)
Swiss file their 1st charges in Petrobras-Odebrecht scandalSwiss prosecutors have filed their first indictment in investigations related to Brazilian construction company Odebrecht and state-run oil giant Petrobras, charging a suspect with complicity in the bribery of public officials and with money laundering
The Associated Press7 hours ago
FILE - In this Sept. 17, 2019, file photo, migrants aboard a blue plastic boat are seen in the Mediterranean Sea. The U.N. refugee agency is investigating why Malta last week allegedly asked the Libyan coast guard to intercept a migrant boat in a zone of the Mediterranean under Maltese responsibility, in possible violation of maritime law, a U.N. official said Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Renata Brito)
UNHCR probes Libya-Malta interception in migrant rescueThe U.N. refugee agency is investigating why Malta last week allegedly asked the Libyan coast guard to intercept a migrant boat in a zone of the Mediterranean under Maltese responsibility, in possible violation of maritime law
The Associated Press8 hours ago
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, center, sits on the government front bench in the House of Commons in London following the debate for the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill, Tuesday Oct. 22, 2019. British lawmakers have rejected the government’s fast-track attempt to pass its Brexit bill within days, demanding more time to scrutinize the complex legislation and throwing Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s exit timetable into chaos. (Jessica Taylor, UK Parliament via AP)
Boris Johnson inches toward securing Brexit but delay likelyPrime Minister Boris Johnson has won one vote and lost another in Parliament, a result that inches him closer to his goal of leading Britain out of the European Union _ but effectively guarantees it won't happen on the scheduled date of Oct. 31
The Associated Press8 hours ago
European Council President Donald Tusk says he will recommend that the EU grant Britain's request for Brexit delayEuropean Council President Donald Tusk says he will recommend that the EU grant Britain's request for Brexit delay
The Associated Press9 hours ago
British lawmakers reject government's fast-track timetable for Brexit bill, making Oct. 31 EU exit all but impossible.British lawmakers reject government's fast-track timetable for Brexit bill, making Oct. 31 EU exit all but impossible.
The Associated Press11 hours ago
The Latest: UN refugee agency probes Malta-Libya incidentAn official with the U.N. refugee agency says it is investigating why Malta last week apparently asked the Libyan coast guard to intercept a migrant boat in a zone of the Mediterranean under Maltese responsibility
The Associated Press11 hours ago
British lawmakers back PM Johnson's Brexit bill in principle, but he still must win final approval before Oct 31.British lawmakers back PM Johnson's Brexit bill in principle, but he still must win final approval before Oct 31.
The Associated Press11 hours ago
A damaged ambulance with bullet holes in the door is seen crashed into a building after an incident in the center of Oslo, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019. Norwegian police opened fire on an armed man who stole an ambulance in Oslo and reportedly ran down several people. (Stian Lysberg Solum/NTB scanpix via AP)
Oslo police shoot to stop man driving on sidewalk, 3 injuredAn armed Norwegian man stole an ambulance and drove it along a sidewalk in Oslo on Tuesday, injuring two toddlers as police tried to stop him by opening fire
The Associated Press14 hours ago
Coal-reliant Poland welcomes plan for first nuclear plantPoland's government has welcomed plans by a top businessman to build what would be the nation's first nuclear power plant and help reduce dependence on coal
The Associated Press15 hours ago
Delivery food fight: Just Eat rejects another takeover offerFood delivery company Just Eat has rejected a takeover offer from investment firm Prosus, saying that the 4.9 billion-pound ($6.2 billion) cash proposal "significantly undervalues" it
The Associated Press15 hours ago
Under strain, Greece plans tougher asylum rulesGreece's government is promising to toughen the asylum application procedure for migrants, speed up deportations, and expand detention powers, as authorities struggle to cope with a surge in new arrivals
The Associated Press16 hours ago
The Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse is being moved in Jutland, Denmark, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019. A 120-year-old lighthouse has been put on wheels and rails to attempt to move it some 80 meters (263 feet) away from the North Sea, which has been eroding the coastline of northwestern Denmark. When the 23-meter (76 feet) tall Rubjerg Knude lighthouse was first lit, in 1990, it was roughly 200 meters (656 feet) from the coast; now it is only about 6 meters away.  (Henning Bagger/Ritzau Scanpix via AP)
Danes move 120-year-old lighthouse back from eroding coastA 120-year-old lighthouse has been put on wheels and rails and moved back from the eroding North Sea coastline in northwestern Denmark
The Associated Press16 hours ago
British PM Boris Johnson says if lawmakers reject his 3-day timetable for Brexit bill he will pull it, seek an electionBritish PM Boris Johnson says if lawmakers reject his 3-day timetable for Brexit bill he will pull it, seek an election
The Associated Press16 hours ago
Pope Francis presides over a Mass for the World Missionary Day, in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Vatican denies risk of default over structural deficitA top Vatican administrator is denying the Holy See risks default over its structural deficit, saying claims in a new book about possible financial ruin are overblown
The Associated Press17 hours ago
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