Since Brexit vote, Europeans warm again to EU

Since Brexit vote, Europeans warm again to EU

Mr Verhofstadt added: "I am impatiently waiting for the negotiating position of the United Kingdom government that I hope will be more in line with the will and the interests of the British citizens". "We're ready, we'll be there as the European Union 27", government spokesman Steffen Seibert told reporters. European Union citizens want a Brexit-style vote too, but only so most can say "yes" to staying in the bloc.

Trump revamps Obama-era Cuba deal, turns heat up on regime

Under the President's executive order, the Trump administration will begin strictly enforcing the exemptions that allow travel between the U.S. and Cuba and prohibit commerce with Cuban businesses owned by the military and intelligence services.

France parliamentary election turnout low so far

France saw the record abstention of a little over 50 percent during the first round of the parliamentary election. La REM is barely more than a year old and as many as three-quarters of MPs are likely to be political novices, something which will change the face of parliament at the expense of the conservative and social-democratic parties which have ruled France for decades.

Muggy weekend with more scattered storms

Any storm that forms will be capable of producing very heavy rain, unsafe lightning, and strong gusty winds. Friday looks mostly sunny and dry at this point with high temperatures in the low 90s. As a front moves into the region Monday afternoon, showers and storms will increase from west to east across the state. The cold front will push off to our southeast Monday evening and take the rain with it.

Cosby's team attacks judge likely to retry him in sex case

But it was Cosby's reputation as a public moralist who urged young people to pull up their saggy trousers and start acting responsibly that prompted a federal judge to unseal portions of an explosive deposition he gave more than a decade ago as part of Constand's civil lawsuit against him.

Hardliners in Cuba like Trump's tougher line

Hardliners in Cuba like Trump's tougher line

The Ministry also said that the new approach towards Cuba by the US administration resembles a "Cold war rhetoric". U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday announced new restrictions on U.S. However, according to a White House statement released during Trump's speech, the policy changes "will not take effect until those (U.S.) Departments have finalized their new regulations".