EU summons Venezuelan envoy in reciprocal transfer

Europe’s prime diplomat Josep Borrell stated on Tuesday the EU would summon the Venezuelan ambassador to the EU, Claudia Salerno

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Libya’s ambassador urges EU sanctions for Kremlin mercenaries

Libya’s ambassador to the United Nations, Taher el-Sonni urged on Saturday the EU and US to impose sanctions on Kremlin

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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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NGOs urge IMF to delay $5.2 bn mortgage to Egypt over ‘corruption threat’

The Worldwide Financial Fund (IMF) ought to delay a vote on a €4.6 billion ($5.2 bn) mortgage to Egypt scheduled

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European nations might bar US travellers over coronavirus failures

European Union nations in search of to revive their economies are able to to bar entry to US residents as

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Libya’s GNA calls Egypt’s army menace ‘declaration of conflict’

Libya’s UN-backed Authorities of Nationwide Accord (GNA) denounced on Saturday the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s menace of army intervention, labelling

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German Inexperienced MEP sufferer of Belgian ‘police violence’

Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana, a German MEP of the Greens occasion advised EU lawmakers on Wednesday’s plenary session she was a sufferer

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Trump Administration’s controversial Kosovo gambit accelerates

Whereas not surprising, the Trump Administration has moved quicker than many observers anticipated to restart its ongoing diplomatic initiative to

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EU-UK to accentuate post-Brexit talks

Following a high-level convention between UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the nation’s Brexit negotiator David Frost, the Minister for the

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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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German FM says EU has ‘severe considerations’ about Israel’s annexation plan

Germany and European companions have have ‘severe considerations’ over Israel’s plans to annex some components of the occupied West Financial

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Hungary’s Orban urges EU to finish sanctions towards Belarus

Following an official assembly held on Friday with the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban known as on

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When protesters cry 'defund the police,' what does it imply?

WASHINGTON — Protesters are pushing to “defund the police” over the dying of George Floyd and different black Individuals killed

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Beijing eases international journey restrict after US menace to dam Chinese language airways

Following US President Donald Trump’s menace to dam Chinese language airways from flying to the US, China mentioned it should

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EU’s chief Brexit negotiator calls on the UK to point out ‘extra realism’ in commerce talks

Europe’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier mentioned on Sunday the UK must “present extra realism” if it goals at reaching

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London to supply tons of of 1000’s in Hong Kong path to UK citizenship in response to China’s crackdown

The UK authorities may provide British Nationwide (Abroad, specifically BVO) passport holders in Hong Kong a path to UK citizenship,

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Democrats pull surveillance bill after Trump veto threat

WASHINGTON — Democrats on Thursday pulled legislation from the House floor that would have extended FBI surveillance authorities after President

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Germany’s Health Minister says Trump ‘has a point’ on WHO

The US president Donald Trump “does have a point” when criticising the World Health Organisation (WHO), as the body needs

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Commission says inequalities and corruption still high, emergency powers too broad in Hungary

In a draft recommendations text published on May 20, the European Commission supported that corruption, accountability and inequalities in Hungary

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EU’s chief Brexit negotiator calls for progress in trade talks despite ‘limited time’

In an exchange of letters with his British counterpart David Frost, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier called for

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Democrats: Fired watchdog was looking into Saudi arms sales

Congressional Democrats say the State Department inspector general whom President Donald Trump fired last week was investigating possible impropriety in

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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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Trump tax cases resemble Nixon, Clinton cases

The cases before the Supreme Court involving President Donald Trump’s tax records resemble earlier disputes over presidents’ assertions they were

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