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Hague Witnesses Address Serbian Security Officials’ CIA Links

Two defence witnesses at the retrial of Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic at the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague this week offered differing interpretations of the links between the Serbian State Security Service, SDB and the US Central Intelligence Agency in the 1990s.

Ciamba attends General Affairs (Art.50) Council; Romanians in UK, encouraged to register for special status

Minister Delegate for European Affairs George Ciamba attended a new General Affairs (Art.50) Council meeting on Tuesday, in Luxembourg, in which the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, presented the latest developments in the Brexit process, as well as his assessment of the prospects for the negotiations to move towards an agreement that would allow an orderly withdrawal and which could be s

INTERVIEW UK Ambassador Noble on Brexit:Very confident we won't face problems that a no-deal would bring for us

Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Bucharest Andrew Noble, spoke for AGERPRES, about the Brexit process and confessed he is confident in a deal, and also in a 'complex and ambitious' post-Brexit relationship between the European Union and the UK.

The British Government Presents a Detailed Plan for Brexit

The British Government will present a detailed updated plan for Brexit. In the next few days, the details of the text are expected to be made public. The time for London's negotiations with the EU is coming to an end with the European Council in Brussels on 17 October. It is expected to make clear how the UK will leave the EU at the end of the month.

London Intends to Invest £13 Billion in British Healthcare

The British government announced a plan for an investment of 13 billion pounds ($ 16 billion) in 40 hospitals, DPA and TASS reported. In ten years new hospitals will be built and old hospitals will be renovated, Health Minister Matt Hancock said. He also promised to improve the care for the mentally ill.

The European Parliament is Discussing Brexit

The European Parliament is discussing the current situation around the UK's withdrawal from the European Union. After two and a half years of negotiations - the Brexit scenario remains bargain-free.

31 October - the day on which Britain has to leave the EU already seems so close. The ticking clock - the final handshake seems still impossible.

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