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Conservative Irish Leader Supports Easing of Abortion Ban

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 23:32:56 GMT

Demonstrators marched in Dublin last year to ease Ireland’s constitutional ban on abortion.An impassioned speech by Fianna Fail’s Micheal Martin takes Ireland a step closer to relaxing its blanket prohibition on abortion.


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Boris Johnson Suggests Building a Bridge From U.K. to France

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:23:25 GMT

The white cliffs of Dover, England, seen from a cross-channel ferry. Boris Johnson, Britain’s foreign secretary, raised the notion of a bridge over the Channel in a summit meeting with French officials on Thursday.The British and French governments had tepid reactions to the latest in a string of grand plans from the foreign secretary, who campaigned for Brexit.


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A New Coalition With Merkel? Not So Fast

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 12:02:27 GMT

Chancellor Angela Merkel last week in Berlin with the leader of the Bavarian Christian Social Union, Horst Seehofer, left, and the Social Democratic leader Martin Schulz, announcing that they had reached a draft coalition agreement.The Social Democratic Party votes on Sunday on whether to pursue a new government. A refusal could send Germans back to the polls and usher in months more uncertainty.


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