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Angela Merkel Suggests EU Doesn’t Want to Be U.K.’s Friend With Benefits
“Whoever wants to leave this family cannot expect to have no more obligations but to keep the privileges,” the German chancellor said, ahead of an EU meeting in Brussels.
By Eric Levitz
Brexit: Britain’s Middle Finger to the World
In the U.K., emotion triumphed over reason, and Britons hurt not only themselves but everyone else.
By Annie Lowrey
Will the Brussels Attacks Tip the Brexit Scales?
Probably not, since the referendum may have more to do with horse meat than with terrorism.
By Christian Lorentzen
Europe Inks Deal With Turkey on Refugees
Turkey would take back tens of thousands of refugees who arrive in Greece in return for aid and other concessions.
By Jonah Shepp and Jen Kirby
United States Announces Sanctions Against Russians Responsible for ‘Deteriorating Situation’ in Ukraine [Updated]
"We'll continue to make clear to Russia that further provocations will achieve nothing," President Obama said.
By Caroline Bankoff
Ireland to E.U.: Look, We Never Asked for a Massive Bailout, But If You Insist
Pride versus financial solvency.
By Nitasha Tiku
Tonda Opens Soon
A Naples chef will deploy a $30,000 custom-built, rotating, wood-fired oven.
By Daniel Maurer