U.K. TO TRIGGER ARTICLE 50 ON MARCH 29
Britain will notify the European Union on March 29 that it will start the process of extricating itself from the bloc, opening a tight two-year timetable to unravel decades of complicated ties.
GERMANY FIRES BACK AT U.S. CRITIQUE OF ITS TRADE SURPLUS
Germany's top economic officials defended the nation's giant foreign surpluses, pushing back against the new U.S. administration's criticism of German trade policy.
LABOR REFORMS THREATEN TO DERAIL GREEK TALKS
Finance ministers from the euro currency discussed the impasse in Greece's talks with creditors on Monday, but no breakthrough emerged on the latest conflict that threatens to derail Greece's bailout deal: workers' rights.
BRAZIL SEEKS TO CONTAIN FALLOUT FROM MEAT SCANDAL
Brazilian authorities on Monday scrambled to contain the fallout Monday from a police sting that has raised questions about the safety of the nation's meat industry, as China and other countries suspended imports.
PARIS AIRPORT ATTACK PUTS FOCUS ON CHECK-IN SECURITY
The attack at Paris's second-largest airport, in which a man seized a soldier's gun before being shot dead, comes at a time of heightened security concerns at such departure points for international travelers.
NEW ZEALAND EXPELS U.S. DIPLOMAT
New Zealand expelled a U.S. diplomat after the American embassy refused to waive his immunity in relation to a police investigation of a potentially serious crime.
MODI PICKS HINDU NATIONALIST TO LEAD INDIA'S MOST POPULOUS STATE
Critics worry Prime Minister Narenda Modi's selection of a controversial Hindu nationalist politician to head India's most-populous state could mark a swing toward contentious religious politics.
NORTH KOREA TESTS U.S. AS TILLERSON MEETS CHINESE LEADERS
North Korea claimed another advance toward being able to fire a long-range missile as U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Chinese President Xi Jinping, wrapping up a Northeast Asia trip that glossed over deep divides with China on the threat from Pyongyang.
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