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  • What do we know of Brexit's likely consequences? - Inside Story

    Britain's divorce negotiations with the EU are finally under way, but it could be a long time before a deal is signed.

    What do we know of Brexit's likely consequences? - Inside Story
    What do we know of Brexit's likely consequences? - Inside Story

    Britain's divorce negotiations with the EU are finally under way, but it could be a long time before a deal is signed.

    25:00Jun 23, 2017

  • Hundreds of buildings in England to be tested after London fire

    Hundreds of high-rise buildings in England are to be checked to see if they have the same type of cladding used on the Grenfell Tower where at least 79 people died in a fire.

    Hundreds of buildings in England to be tested after London fire
  • Grenfell Tower fire: Funeral takes place for Syrian refugee

    Funeral for Mohammed Alhajali, a Syrian refugee killed in London’s Grenfell Tower blaze, took place on Wednesday.

    Grenfell Tower fire: Funeral takes place for Syrian refugee
  • Police identify Brussels blast suspect

    Belgian prosecutors say explosive materials have been found at the home of the man who tried to carry out a bomb attack in Brussels. They also say he sympathised with ISIL. The man has been identified as a 36-year-old Moroccan national.

    Police identify Brussels blast suspect
  • UK parliament opens officially with Queen's speech

    Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has laid out Prime Minister's Theresa May programme for the next two years during the official opening of parliament. Brexit along with bills on immigration, trade, customs and fisheries were high on the agenda.

    UK parliament opens officially with Queen's speech
  • Republican Karen Handel wins key Georgia election

    Republican Karen Handel has won a closely contested congressional race, salvaging a seat in conservative US state of Georgia where Democrats had hoped to strike a blow against Donald Trump's presidency.

    Republican Karen Handel wins key Georgia election
  • UK protesters plan to disrupt speech on PM May’s government agenda

    The British Prime Minister Theresa May’s programme for government will be revealed by the Queen of England at the formal opening of parliament on Wednesday.

    UK protesters plan to disrupt speech on PM May’s government agenda
    UK protesters plan to disrupt speech on PM May’s government agenda

    The British Prime Minister Theresa May’s programme for government will be revealed by the Queen of England at the formal opening of parliament on Wednesday.

    02:00Jun 21, 2017

  • Portugal forest fire burns 26,000 hectares of land

    Portugal’s battle against forest fire continues on many fronts. At least 26,000 hectars of land has already been burnt and 64 people have been killed.

    Portugal forest fire burns 26,000 hectares of land
  • New French parliament sees many novice MPs

    Many member of France’s new parliament are political novices as part of President Emmanuel Macron’s attempts to transform the political landscape and usher in fresh faces.

    New French parliament sees many novice MPs
  • FIBA 3x3 World Cup gets under way in France

    World’s best players of 3x3, an urban version of basketball that was recently added to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, are in the French city of Nantes for the 2017 FIBA 3x3 Wold Cup.

    FIBA 3x3 World Cup gets under way in France
  • Who is London's Finsbury park mosque suspect?

    More details are emerging about Darren Osborne, who is suspected of driving a vehicle into Muslims outside Finsbury park mosque in the British capital of London. But many are left asking why someone would want to commit such an atrocity?

    Who is London's Finsbury park mosque suspect?
  • Paris Air Show: Aviation industry faces political turbulence

    French President Emmanuel Macron has opened the Paris Air Show, where the biggest names in aviation are battling for domination of the skies.

    Paris Air Show: Aviation industry faces political turbulence