Worsening security situation pulls down Egypt's economy - Northern Ireland's farmers concerned about Brexit
The clock is ticking toward Britain leaving the European Union. How much progress has been made and what lies ahead? As negotiations get going in earnest, DW explains the major issues and obstacles surrounding Brexit.
Belfast elections were once so notorious for voter impersonation that locals used to say "vote early, vote often." But now Northern Irish voters have little appetite for the general election, as Peter Geoghegan reports.
The leader of Northern Ireland's nationalists has said the party wants a referendum on leaving the UK "as soon as possible." As in Scotland, most Northern Irish voters opted to stay in the EU in the Brexit referendum.
EU ministers have given the bloc's lead negotiator for Brexit his mandate for the negotiations. French former diplomat Michel Barnier is not expected to begin talks until after the UK general election in June.
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