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17:48 Syria Oil Sector About To Collapse
War damage and EU sanctions result in near decimation of industry.
01.08.2014
17:17
Bulgaria Strikes Deal For New Nuclear Reactor Bulgaria Strikes Deal For New Nuclear Reactor
Bulgaria has approved a deal that could see a new nuclear reactor built on the Danube river by 2023. An incredibly touchy issue in the EU's poorest country, Bulgaria is looking to reduce its dependence on Russian energy. Bulgaria's outgoing government signed an eleventh-hour deal on Friday with West...
01.08.2014
16:36 EU Increases Humanitarian Funding To Somalia
The European Union (EU) will give an additional 10 million euros (13.4 million U.S. dollars) of aid to Somalia in response to its increasing humanitarian needs, the European Commission said Friday. Food security has deteriorated sharply in Somalia as a result of poor rains, restricted access and co...
01.08.2014
15:48 Eu 'Regrets' Collapse Of Ceasefire In Gaza
European Union says made all efforts to broker a Gaza ceasefire deal.
01.08.2014
15:30 Russia's Suspending Free Trade Not To Damage Georgian Economy
The Georgian president's advisor for economic affairs Giorgi Abashishvili has recently met with representatives of the country's small business. The issue of signing a deep and comprehensive free trade agreement with the EU was discussed at the meeting, Abashishvili told media on Friday."The agreeme...
01.08.2014
12:18 Russia Sanctions And Iraq Conflict Drag Turkish Exports
Exports stay flat at $12.5 billion in July after trade falls amid EU Moscow fallout and warring in neighboring Iraq.
01.08.2014
08:48
Poland Eats Apples To Get Back At Putin, Russia Poland Eats Apples To Get Back At Putin, Russia
Poles are encouraging countrymen to eat apples as part of a social media push to protest Russia's ban on Polish produce. Poland says the law is punishment for it supporting the latest round of EU sanctions. Poles launched the #jedzjablka (#eatapples) Twitter campaign on Thursday, a day after Russia ...
01.08.2014
16:06
EU Concerned About Criminal Charges Against Former Georgian President EU Concerned About Criminal Charges Against Former Georgian President
The European Union is concerned about the criminal charges against ex-Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, according to the communiqué of the representatives of EU diplomacy head Catherine Ashton.
31.07.2014
22:18 German Vp Says New Sanctions To Make 'Rapid Impact'
Germany’s Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said the EU’s sanctions would specifically target oligarchs.
30.07.2014
20:21 Presidential Election Debate A Good Idea, Says Demirtas
All three presidential nominees discussing issues on television would be a good idea at a time when polarization has reached a peak, presidential candidate Selahattin Demirtas has said.Demirtas, who came together on Wednesday with the head of the EU's delegation to Turkey, Ambassador Stefano Manserv...
30.07.2014
18:06 Russia Exports Almost $4.3 Bln In Arms To EU Annually – European Commission
Russia’s annual arms exports to the European Union total almost $4.3 billion, a European Commission representative told journalists Wednesday.Russia exports an average of €3.2 billion ($4.3 billion) in weaponry to Europe annually, while the European Union supplies Russia with roughly €300 million ($...
30.07.2014
17:47
Europe Must Overcome Mideast Status Quo Europe Must Overcome Mideast Status Quo
While Europeans are focusing on Ukraine and Iraq, the oldest of the Middle East issues will haunt them for some time. The wider Israel/Palestine conflict needs the full attention of Europe, writes Mattia Toaldo. In few other places in the Middle East and North Africa is Europe more relevant. The EU ...
30.07.2014
12:47
Russia's VTB Bank Backs Economy After Fresh US, EU Sanctions Russia's VTB Bank Backs Economy After Fresh US, EU Sanctions
Russia's central bank has promised to support financial institutions hit by fresh US sanctions. The European Union has also announced measures to limit access to capital for Russian banks. In an online statement posted Wednesday, Russia's state-owned VTB bank - the country's second-largest - promise...
30.07.2014
10:48
Uzbek Delegation To Attend Meeting Of Council Of Foreign Ministers Of SCO Member-States Uzbek Delegation To Attend Meeting Of Council Of Foreign Ministers Of SCO Member-States
An Uzbek delegation headed by Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov arrived in Dushanbe to attend a meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member-states, a representative of the Uzbek foreign ministry told Trend on July 30.
30.07.2014
04:17
Opinion: EU Backs Words With Actions On Russia Sanctions Opinion: EU Backs Words With Actions On Russia Sanctions
For months, the EU looked on as Moscow destabilized Eastern Ukraine. But after the downing of MH17, Brussels had no choice but to impose economic sanctions against Russia, says DW's Bernd Riegert. Finally, the European Union has acted. After hesitating and wavering for months, Brussels has imposed t...
30.07.2014
00:18
EU And U.S. Announce New Sanctions On Russia Over Ukraine EU And U.S. Announce New Sanctions On Russia Over Ukraine
The European Union and the United States on Tuesday announced further sanctions against Russia, targeting its energy, banking and defense sectors in the strongest international action yet over Moscow's support for rebels in eastern Ukraine, Reuters reported.
30.07.2014
23:47
US Joins EU In Imposing Broader Sanctions On Russia US Joins EU In Imposing Broader Sanctions On Russia
Russia has now been slapped with additional sanctions by the United States. The world power joins the EU in levying harsher bans which target Russia's energy, arms and finance sectors. Speaking to reporters at the White House on Tuesday, US President Barack Obama said Washington and its EU partners ...
29.07.2014
22:48 Eu Adopts New Sanctions Against Russia
The European Union has agreed to broaden economic sanctions against Russia.
29.07.2014
21:17
German Bond Yields Fall As Investors Flock To Safe Havens Over Russia German Bond Yields Fall As Investors Flock To Safe Havens Over Russia
Germany's borrowing costs have fallen to a record low on an EU decision to impose new sanctions against Russia. While investors flee to the safe haven of German debt, they are selling shares in firms exposed to Russia. Yields on Germany's benchmark 10-year debt hit a new low Tuesday with investors r...
29.07.2014
20:48 Eu Investigation Finds War Crimes Evidence In Kosovo
An EU backed investigative team finds 'compelling evidence' to indict former leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army for their actions during and after the 1998 1999 war for independence.
29.07.2014

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