International articles

Britain and EU face years of trade talks

Hammering out a trade deal between EU and post-Brexit Britain will be a one-of-a-kind negotiation, a battle between intimate allies unprecedented in modern history, officials and analysts say.

EU vows unity as Britain braces for Brexit

With the clock ticking on Britain’s EU membership, the bloc’s leadership vows unity while in London the government begins the arduous task of disentangling itself from Brussels.

Is Britain’s Article 50 reversible?

The answer to the question of whether Britain’s exit process from the European Union is revocable is simple: it just depends who you ask.

S.Korea’s ousted president Park appears in court

South Korea’s ousted president Park Geun-Hye arrived at court Thursday for a hearing to decide whether she should be arrested over the corruption and abuse of power scandal that brought her down.

Trump keeps world dangling on Paris climate pact

President Donald Trump’s plan for gutting domestic climate change policies is now on the table, but his administration left open the question of whether it will turn its back on the landmark Paris Agreement.

10 bodies found in Mexico ravine

At least 10 bodies were found in a ravine in western Mexico, authorities said, the latest mass grave discovered in a country haunted by a grisly drug war.