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David Cameron prepares to lay out reform pitch to EU ahead of promised ‘in-or-out’ referendum
EU hits Russian intelligence chiefs in new round of sanctions over Ukraine

The European Union announced on Saturday it had widened its sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s role in conflict-torn Ukraine to include the heads of intelligence services.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

The European Union announced on Saturday it had widened its sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s role in conflict-torn Ukraine to include the heads of intelligence services.

EU hits Russian intelligence chiefs in new round of sanctions over Ukraine
G7 warns Russia to curb Ukraine unrest or face more sanctions

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday accused the Group of Seven of “cynicism” for backing Ukraine’s military operation against armed pro-Russian insurgents.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday accused the Group of Seven of “cynicism” for backing Ukraine’s military operation against armed pro-Russian insurgents.

G7 warns Russia to curb Ukraine unrest or face more sanctions
Wen demands lift of EU arms embargo at summit
Nato charts path out of Afghanistan, 'post-combat' role
China, EU both lose big in a trade war, analysts say

Analyst say the risks are even greater with a new political leadership in Beijing which may be more sensitive to slights. So far, their response has been firm but guarded.

19 May 2013 - 12:19PM

Analyst say the risks are even greater with a new political leadership in Beijing which may be more sensitive to slights. So far, their response has been firm but guarded.

China, EU both lose big in a trade war, analysts say
EU solar panel makers seek fresh China probe

European solar panel makers called for a second probe on Tuesday into imports from China, charging that not only are they dumped on the market but that Chinese firms get government subsidies.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

European solar panel makers called for a second probe on Tuesday into imports from China, charging that not only are they dumped on the market but that Chinese firms get government subsidies.

EU solar panel makers seek fresh China probe
EU warns Egypt it will conduct ‘urgent review’ of its ties
Syria main talking point at Kerry’s first Nato meeting
EU health commissioner quits after fraud probe, denies findings
EU set to regulate e-cigarettes, discourage smoking
European Union health commissioner resigns in fraud investigation
EU budget summit edges towards collapse

French President Francois Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron met on Friday for  talks on the European Union budget, amid fears that talks over the bloc’s trillion-euro budget could end without a deal.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

French President Francois Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron met on Friday for  talks on the European Union budget, amid fears that talks over the bloc’s trillion-euro budget could end without a deal.

EU budget summit edges towards collapse
Fear of failure looms over EU budget summit
EU leaders warn budget deal far off
EU budget summit ends with no agreement
Peng stuns Stephens in Brussels