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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders will discuss Europe's migration crisis and the future of Britain's membership in the 28-member state bloc at their regular year-end meeting in Brussels on Thursday and Friday.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's opposition and the ruling conservatives agree on one thing: there is a kinship between Warsaw's new government and that of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who critics accuse of stretching the boundaries of democracy.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Vladimir Putin subjected Turkey to a furious tirade on Thursday, using barrack-room language to wonder aloud whether it had shot down a Russian warplane last month to curry favour with the United States.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said he wanted to see real progress in talks with EU leaders at a summit in Brussels on Thursday over his demands for EU reform, although he was not pushing for a deal this week.
NEW DELHI: In a tiny flat in a rundown alley in New Delhi, Rakesh Kumar Misra is working against the odds to bring India’s ancient Sanskrit language to the country’s millions.
HAVANA (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama is welcome to visit Cuba but not to meddle in its internal affairs, a senior foreign ministry official said on Wednesday on the eve of the first anniversary of the two countries' historic rapprochement.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has delivered a fresh supply of ammunition to Syrian Arab fighters ahead of an expected stiff battle with Islamic State as they push toward the Syrian town of al-Shadadi, a key logistics hub for the group, U.S. officials tell Reuters.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Iraqi leaders on Wednesday discussed the idea of greater U.S. contributions to the fight against Islamic State, including an offer of attack helicopters to help retake territory from the insurgent group.
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - The signing of a long-delayed peace deal between Libya's warring factions has been pushed back again to Thursday because of logistical problems, a U.N. spokesman said on Wednesday.