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Vladimir Putin says protesters found to have broken Russian law must be held accountable.
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Denmark will be keen to put to bed concerns about its relationship with the U.S. when its Prime Minister meets President Trump.
European Parliament President Antonio Tajani says the chamber will veto the Brexit deal if the rights of European and U.K. citizens are not guaranteed.
NATO has rescheduled a meeting to allow the U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to attend, downplaying concerns of a tense relationship.
Scottish independence is not about sympathy but rather the grounds for its cessation from the U.K. should be based on "pure economic logic".
Russia plans to fulfill its obligations to cut oil output in line with the agreement between oil producing countries by the end of April.
Food and drink prices look set to rise after Brexit.
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Farage claims US and UK could have trade deal by end of 2017.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke to CNBC's Geoff Cutmore, addressing claims Russia interfered in the U.S. election, climate change and ISIS.
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