Italy and the European Commission may have resolved their seven-week standoff over the Italian government's 2019 draft budget plan after Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte agreed to lower the proposed deficit by nearly 7.5 billion euros (8.5 billion US dollars).
Prime Minister Theresa May won a confidence vote from her Conservative party on Wednesday, but 117 of her lawmakers said she was no longer the right leader to implement Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Real Madrid suffered their biggest ever home defeat in Europe as they were thrashed by CSKA Moscow in the Champions League.
Europe 12 December 23:15
British Prime Minister Theresa May promised on Wednesday to step down before the next parliamentary election due in 2022, hoping to win over wavering lawmakers before a no confidence vote triggered by Brexiteers in her Conservative Party.
Arab World 12 December 17:53
An Egyptian prosecutor ordered the arrest of a lawyer after the publication of a picture of him wearing a yellow vest similar to those worn by protesters in France, a local rights activist said
Europe 12 December 17:25
European Union and Japanese plans to form the world’s largest free trade area cleared their final hurdle on Wednesday when EU lawmakers backed a partnership set to enter force early next year
Finance 12 December 16:52
Europe 12 December 16:52
British Prime Minister Theresa May said the country should avoid a change of government because it would risk delaying or even stopping Brexit, which would be against the national interest
Economy 12 December 15:31
Business 12 December 14:25
Head of Iran-Greece Joint Chamber of Commerce Majid Movafeq Qadiri told Iran Daily, 'Based on the MoU, Greece will become a hub for Iran transit and exports to the European Union thus playing a key role for increasing Iran-EU trade'