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EU leaders arrive for summit in Brussels

EU leaders arrive for summit in Brussels

EU leaders arrive for a summit in which they will sign-off on a list of highly complex reforms to better protect the euro from another crisis.
1min
AFP
Michelle Obama dances with Santa Claus during hospital visit

Michelle Obama dances with Santa Claus during hospital visit

Former first lady Michelle Obama visited Children's Hospital Colorado in suburban Denver - sharing the dancefloor with Santa Claus. Afterwards, she said 'Santa doing orange justice,' naming a dance that's popular online.
1min
Press Association
David Lidington: European Council talks were positive

David Lidington: European Council talks were positive

David Lidington MP says talks in Brussels were "very welcome".
1min
ITN
Countdown to Brexit: 105 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 105 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here, we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
1min
Press Association
Brexit deal will not be renegotiated, say EU leaders

Brexit deal will not be renegotiated, say EU leaders

EU leaders have warned Theresa May the Withdrawal Agreement will not be renegotiated as the Prime Minister arrived in Brussels to appeal to the leaders of the 27 to give her assurances.
1min
Press Association
In Pakistan public education suffocates under surging population

In Pakistan public education suffocates under surging population

At the Tanjai Cheena school in northwest Pakistan students squeeze into makeshift classrooms where plastic tarps serve as walls and electricity is sparse, as a surging population overstretches the country's fragile education system.
1min
AFP
Strasbourg: Witnesses recall attack on rue des Orfèvres

Strasbourg: Witnesses recall attack on rue des Orfèvres

Shopkeepers on rue des Orfèvres in France's eastern city of Strasbourg recall what they saw on the day when a gunman attacked Christmas shoppers at the market and killed three people.
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AFP
Brexit could wilt huge Dutch flower trade

Brexit could wilt huge Dutch flower trade

Every day from dawn, a fleet of forklift trucks carries crates of roses, tulips, chrysanthemums and 22,000 other flower varieties through the world's biggest flower market. But this well-oiled operation, where robotic efficiency meets a riot of co...
1min
AFP
Congolese citizens-in-exile follow DRC election from afar

Congolese citizens-in-exile follow DRC election from afar

With less than two weeks to go until presidential elections are held in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, thousands of Congolese citizens will not be able to cast their vote. Many have fled the country's conflict and war in the hope of finding...
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AFP
David Dimbleby signs off as host of Question Time

David Dimbleby signs off as host of Question Time

David Dimbleby was given a standing ovation as he signed off from Question Time after 25 years presenting the show.
1min
Press Association
Yellow Vests: A symbol of protest in Europe?

Yellow Vests: A symbol of protest in Europe?

The clothing has been used in demonstrations on a wide variety of subjects, in countries across Europe. But what's behind the vest, and what's its future?
3mins
BBC News
Dutch flower trade challenged by Brexit

Dutch flower trade challenged by Brexit

Every day from dawn, a fleet of forklift trucks carries crates of roses, tulips, chrysanthemums and 22,000 other flower varieties through the world's biggest flower market. But this well-oiled operation, where robotic efficiency meets a riot of co...
1min
AFP