Brussels police bring defamation case against black MEP Herzberger-Fofana over racism complaint
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Post-Brexit trade: Row over state aid as face-to-face talks resume in Brussels
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EU considers ban on U.S. travelers: report
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Get ready for no-deal Brexit, Germany warns EU
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Black EU lawmaker reports Belgian police violence
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Boris Johnson: UK and EU not that far off on trade talks
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Brussels councillor urges debate on statue of colonizer king
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10,000 Black Lives Matters protesters take to streets of Brussels
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Brussels restaurants and bars count the cost of a long lockdown as they reopen
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Barnier: UK are backtracking on Brexit declaration
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UK ‘firm’ against extension of Brexit transition period, says chief negotiator
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MEPs call for 'decisive action' over rule of law in Poland
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EU state aid: Brussels should review rules 'to help European firms compete with US and China'
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UK announces new post-Brexit global tariff regime
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European Parliament's UK trade negotiator concerned about slow progress in Brexit talks
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