Brexit has happened. Britain has chosen to leave the EU by nearly 52 percent of the vote sending the pound to its lowest since 1985. Edith Kimani, DW's East African correspondent shares her view on Brexit's impact.
Brexit's impact on Kenya
Hundreds have protested near the British parliament ahead of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit. Modi's government stands accused back home of failing to protect women amid a rising tide of brutal rape cases.
Westminster is thanking its fellow Russian-dismissing friends. Meanwhile, it seems Brexit may bring about Britain's exit from space, the Leave campaign is accused of cheating and France has caused a UK passport stir.
Chief EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has announced agreement on most of the issues that could allow the EU to offer Britain a transition deal. Some concerns about the Irish border still need to be resolved, though.
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