The European Union airs a tone of reconciliation as it tightens proposed restrictions on the Brexit transition.
Nigel Farage said he's "reaching the point of thinking" the U.K. should vote again on whether to leave the European Union.
The death count did fall compared to 2016, but so did the overall number of migrants.
Burgundy passports were first issued in 1988 to follow the common format of the European Economic Community.
Depending on how much temperatures rise, the EU could see as many as 660,000 more asylum seekers a year.
The EU is taking the first steps to trigger Article 7 against Poland, saying the country's new laws threaten democratic values.
Rebellious Conservative MPs were essential in passing the legislation.
The EU's trade commissioner told reporters the agreement is the biggest free trade deal the bloc has ever negotiated.
The two have agreed on the "divorce" bill, the rights of EU citizens in a post-Brexit U.K. and what to do about the border with Northern Ireland.
The goal might complicate negotiations between the party and Angela Merkel.
News outlets say allies are criticizing the U.S.' expected announcement on Jerusalem and threats to walk away from the Iran deal.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker admitted they had some differences on a "couple of issues."