EU provides 7 Syrian Ministers to its sanctions record

The European Union on Friday determined to impose focused sanctions on seven lately appointed ministers in Syria over their function

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Karabakh, even when Baku wins, will lose

The Azerbaijan-Armenia native battle could properly turn out to be a regional conflict involving extra international locations within the Caspian

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Hungary suspends relations with Commissioner Jourova, requires her resignation

Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orban mentioned on Monday his authorities had suspended the nation’s bilateral political relations with European Fee

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EU Council President Michel exits quarantine

Charles Michel, the President of EU Council on Friday exited the precautionary quarantine after producing a second unfavorable COVID-19 take

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4 extra member states be part of EU medical strategic stockpile

Denmark, Greece, Hungary and Sweden have joined Germany and Romania as host nations of the rescEU medical tools strategic reserve,

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Belarus opposition chief Tikhanovskaya asks MEPs for sanctions, truthful elections

Addressing the members of the European Parliament’s International Affairs Committee on Monday, Belarusian opposition candidate, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya requested for EU

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EU urges UK to withdraw invoice or danger collapse of post-Brexit talks

UK’s transfer to probably undertake the inner market invoice has “significantly broken” EU’s belief to the nation, the Fee’s Vice-President,

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Fee’s reshuffle sees Eire dropping commerce portfolio

Following a reshuffle in Ursula von der Leyen’s Faculty of Commissioners, Latvia’s former Prime Minister and Fee’s Government Vice-President, Valdis

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EU’s prime diplomat discusses Libya, East Med with Egypt’s President, FM

In gentle of widespread challenges within the Jap Mediterranean, Europe’s prime diplomat, Josep Borrell on Friday travelled to Cairo, the

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EU to think about ‘all choices’ for Turkey’s actions within the Japanese Mediterranean

The European Union will contemplate “all choices” to reply to Turkey’s unlawful actions within the Japanese Mediterranean, EU Council Charles

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EU to impose sanctions on Belarus over election fraud, violence

Europe’s leaders have determined to “shortly” impose sanctions towards a “substantial” variety of people accountable for violence, repression and the

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EU’s high diplomat welcomes Israel-UAE peace deal

Europe’s international coverage chief, Josep Borrell has welcomed the historic peace settlement achieved between Israel and the United Arab Emirates,

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EU’s high diplomat denounces Belarus’ vote, threatens sanctions

The Union’s Overseas Coverage chief, Josep Borrell has denounced Belarus’ presidential elections that gave long-time ruler Aleksander Lukashenko a sixth

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Poland could quarantine returnees from some EU, non-EU states

Poland could reinstate quarantine measures for folks returning dwelling from some EU and non-EU states, the federal government spokesperson Piotr

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Cyprus’ Anastasiades warns towards Turkey’s unlawful drillings amid negotiations on restoration fund

Amid key negotiations amongst EU leaders throughout an extraordinary summit on the bloc’s fiscal response to the Coronavirus disaster, the

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EU’s high diplomat slams Russia, China for repeatedly vetoing UN decision for humanitarian support in Syria

Josep Borrell, the EU’s international coverage chief has spoken out in opposition to Russia and China, after the 2 repeatedly

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Eire’s Donohoe elected Eurogroup President

Paschal Donohoe, Eire’s Finance Minister has been elected as the subsequent President of the Eurogroup, following a secret poll carried

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EU requires investigation into allegations of irregularities in Russian referendum vote

The European Union has known as for an investigation into allegations {that a} referendum vote in Russia that gave President

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Merkel, von der Leyen urge EU deal on restoration fund

German Chancellor Angela Merkel together with the chief of the European Fee, Ursula von der Leyen, have pushed for an

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EU launches authorized motion in opposition to Greece, Italy for violating passenger rights

The European Fee on Thursday determined to take additional steps within the infringement process in opposition to Greece and Italy,

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Spain’s Calviño, Eire’s Donohoe, Luxembourg’s Gramegna to compete for Eurogroup Presidency

The Finance Ministers of Spain, Eire and Luxembourg on Thursday put ahead their candidacy for Eurogroup’s Presidency, following the announcement made

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Europe’s prime diplomat expresses ‘critical issues’ over Trump’s ICC sanctions

EU’s prime diplomat Josep Borrell has voiced “critical issues” over the US President Donald Trump’s choice to authorise sanctions in

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Visegrad group requires ‘honest’ distribution of EU funds

The Prime Ministers of the Visegrad 4 (V4) international locations have referred to as for a “honest” allocation of EU’s

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EU agency says ISIS returnees should be charged with war crimes

ISIS fighters returning to Europe from conflicts in Iraq and Syria should be charged with war crimes and genocide, said

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Borrell says Brussels will never again bow to China

Josep Borrell, EU’s top diplomat said Europe will never again bow to Chinese pressure, after a letter co-signed by EU27

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Europe’s masked corona ball

Ever heard of Janez Lenarcic before? Me neither. Until a few months ago, the ambitious 52-year-old was the head of

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The Chinese Flu II

Before the Chinese Flu pandemic, Western society – with a base reference to the European Union – was geometrically in

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