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24 Jun 2016
The pound collapsed to a 31-year low as Britain voted to leave the European Union, fuelling a wave of global uncertainty.
24 Jun 2016
British prime minister David Cameron has announced his resignation after Britain voted to exit the European Union.
24 Jun 2016
A possible worst case scenario for Europe, in the short term is a partial, but not a total collapse of the EU. It would emerge in a different form, in which the original six bigger members and a few others that are seen to be viable...
23 Jun 2016
The European Union (EU), a coalition of some Western European nations was set up to reduce the frequent wars between member states and to foster unity.
22 Jun 2016
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed Wednesday on the eve of a historic British referendum on membership of the EU that she hoped voters would opt to remain in the bloc.
22 Jun 2016
Oil climbed in Asia Wednesday after Federal Reserve boss Janet Yellen's cautious remarks on the US economy weakened the dollar and traders nervously await Britain's vote on its future in the European Union.
22 Jun 2016
Wall Street held its rally steady with the S&P and the Dow recovering last week's losses after the latest polls showed an increased possibility of Britain remaining in the European Union.
20 Jun 2016
Campaigning ahead of Britain’s referendum on whether to leave the European Union (EU) resumed yesterday, following a three-day pause in the wake of the murder of British MP, Jo Cox.
19 Jun 2016
Israel's government on Sunday approved some $18 million in additional financing for West Bank settlements, calling it a response to security concerns, though the money is to be used in a variety of ways.
19 Jun 2016
Campaigning for Britain's EU referendum resumed Sunday following a pause after the shock murder of MP Jo Cox, with the latest opinion poll average putting the rival camps neck-and-neck.
19 Jun 2016
If the British decides to remain, it surely would come out of a negotiated settlement, which would cede more autonomy and flexibility to Britain; principally a dominant place for the British pound.
18 Jun 2016
"Death to traitors, freedom for Britain," 52-year-old Thomas Mair said when asked to give his name at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London in his first appearance after being charged with murder.

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