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Officials lower and remove the Union Jack from the European Parliament building in Brussels on Friday. As the U.K. prepared to bring to an end its decades-long membership in the European Union, the bloc's top officials on Friday pledged to continue playing a prominent role despite the loss of a powerful affiliate. Francisco Seco/AP hide caption

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Great Britain Set To Leave European Union Tonight

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Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo Meets With Ukraine's President

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News Brief: Impeachment Trial, Coronavirus, Brexit Day

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In Ukraine, Public Opinion Sours On The United States

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Critics: U.K.'s Chinese Telecom Deal Is A Cybersecurity Risk

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News Brief: Impeachment Trial, Coronavirus, U.K.-Huawei Deal

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Two European Commission officials, Thierry Breton (left) and Margrethe Vestager (right), give a press conference on 5G security Wednesday in Brussels. The EU recommended that member states screen telecom firms, but did not call for banning any by name. The Chinese telecom Huawei said it welcomed the decision and hopes to take part in building 5G networks in Europe. Aris Oikonomou/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In Battle For Europe's Phones, U.S. Suffers Setback, Huawei Notches A Win

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Pompeo To Visit Ukraine Which Is Caught Up In U.S. Politics

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News Brief: Impeachment Trial, Mideast Peace Plan, Ukraine Trip

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U.K. Allows Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei To Help Build 5G Network Over U.S. Objection

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U.K. To Develop 5G Network With Help From Huawei

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