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  • UK ministers back May on Brexit but she faces battle in parliament
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May won the backing of her senior ministers for a draft European Union divorce deal on Wednesday, freeing her to tackle the much more perilous struggle of getting parliament to approve the agreement.

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  • Draft Brexit deal ends Britain's easy access to EU financial markets
  • The United Kingdom and the European Union have agreed a deal that will give London's vast financial center a basic level of access to the bloc's markets after Brexit.

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  • EU's Tusk to meet Brexit negotiator Barnier 0650 GMT Thursday
  • European Council President Donald Tusk will meet EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier at 0650 GMT on Thursday, a statement said.

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  • Land reform in South Africa will not violate constitution: Ramaphosa
  • South African President Cyril Ramaphosa told the European Parliament on Wednesday that South Africa will enact land reforms in adherence to the country's constitution and with respect for the human rights of all its people.

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  • Qatar welcomes Twitter crackdown on bots used to attack country online
  • Qatar said on Wednesday it welcomed a recent drive by Twitter to remove millions of automated spam bots from its website, many of which it said were being used to attack it amid a protracted dispute with its neighbors.

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  • UK PM May's statement after cabinet endorses Brexit deal
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she had secured the support of her top cabinet ministers for her Brexit deal.

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  • Macron says France is U.S. ally, not a vassal state
  • French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday two long-time allies like France and America should treat each other with respect and that France was a U.S. ally but not a vassal state, after U.S. President Donald Trump attacked him on Twitter.

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  • Lawmaker on EU parliament Brexit committee urges second UK referendum
  • The draft Brexit agreement endorsed by the British government on Wednesday will show the British people that remaining in the European Union is their best option, a leading EU lawmaker said on Wednesday.

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  • Lebanese Christian civil war foes shake hands, make up after 40 years
  • Christian rivals from the Lebanese civil war, Samir Geagea and Suleiman Frangieh, shook hands with each other on Wednesday, marking a formal reconciliation to end more than four decades of enmity.

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  • UK Scotland minister sees no cabinet resignations tonight over Brexit: BBC
  • No British government ministers will resign over Brexit tonight, Scottish Secretary David Mundell said, according to a Tweet by a BBC reporter on Wednesday evening following a cabinet meeting.

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  • EU's Verhofstadt says Brexit deal maintains close relationship with UK
  • The draft Brexit agreement endorsed by the British government on Wednesday will allow Britain to leave the European Union while keeping a close relationship with the bloc, the European Parliament's point man on Brexit said.

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  • EU's Barnier to speak at 2000 GMT on Brexit
  • EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier will brief reporters on the draft agreement endorsed by the British government on Wednesday at 2000 GMT in Brussels, the European Commission said.

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  • British cabinet backs PM May's Brexit plan
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that cabinet had backed her Brexit plan, adding it was in the national interest but that there would be difficult days ahead.

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  • U.N. Security Council removes Eritrea sanctions after years
  • The U.N. Security Council unanimously voted on Wednesday to lift a nearly decade-old arms embargo and targeted sanctions on Eritrea after a rapprochement with Ethiopia and thawing of relations with Djibouti.

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  • Turkey calls for international investigation into Khashoggi murder
  • An international investigation into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is essential, Turkey's foreign minister said on Wednesday, and reiterated Turkish decisiveness to solve the murder.

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  • Turkey says rights groups should attend Khashoggi suspects' trial
  • A senior Turkish official proposed on Wednesday that suspects in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi be tried in a Turkish court observed by international human rights groups.

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  • Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar will not begin on Thursday: sources
  • The repatriation of Rohingya Muslims back to Myanmar will not begin on Thursday as planned, two sources directly briefed about the matter said late on Wednesday.

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  • Cuba to withdraw doctors from Brazil after Bolsonaro snub
  • Cuba said on Wednesday it would pull thousands of its doctors from Brazil after the South American nation’s President-elect Jair Bolsonaro questioned their training and demanded changes to their contracts.

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  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says to grant asylum to any Cuban who seeks it
  • Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro said on Wednesday that he will grant asylum to any Cuban national who asks for it, escalating tensions with the Caribbean island after it ended a program placing its doctors in rural Brazil.

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  • Northern Irish DUP lawmaker says UK PM May's position 'very, very shaky'
  • A lawmaker from the small Northern Irish party whose votes prop up the British government said on Wednesday Prime Minister Theresa May's position appeared to be "very, very shaky" due to opposition to her Brexit deal.

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    Todays Headlines

    You understand by now that this site is dedicated to Heather but we decided to make it more attractive to you to offer Today's Headlines. On this way you stay informed about Heather and also about the things that's going on around the world via this new service at www.heathernova.us. The reason for this is to increase the popularity of Heather ( she really deserves a hit!) and of our Site as well because we offer you the news under your fingertips at http://www.heathernova.us And don't forget: If you like what you see, than support us by telling it to your friends about our Site. On this way you promote Heather and our beautiful site. Thanks for your cooperating and keep visiting us.