Policymakers say the UK will avoid recession this year, but Brexit is still weighing on the economy.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the France Unbowed founder, went on trial Thursday with five other party leaders over clashes with police and magistrates during raids on his home and party offices last October. He faces charges of rebellion, provocation and intimidation.
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Daniil Medvedev's recent success on the tennis court has led to a partnership with the Russian branch of car manufacturer BMW, for whom he will appear in a series of promotional campaigns.
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A fiercely competitive coach on the court, Rick Pitino didn't want to fight in one anymore.
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According to the preliminary results from the recent elections, Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing party Likud has gained 32 of 120 seats in the parliament, while the opposition Blue and White alliance, led by Benny Gantz will be represented by 33 MPs.
Pacific island nation's 16 legislators pick Kausea Natano as new leader instead of pro-Taiwan former prime minister.
Big U.S. banks are using the recent chaos in short-term funding markets as an opportunity to pressure the Federal Reserve to ease liquidity requirements they have long despised.