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21:40, 20 August 2018 Monday
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14:50, 12 August 2018 Sunday

EU says VW repairs most cars with cheating devices

In the United States, Volkswagen agreed to pay compensation to owners and dealers.

18:12, 07 August 2018 Tuesday

EU extraditions to Britain should continue until Brexit

An Irish murder suspect appealed against a European Arrest Warrant on the grounds that Britain's decision to quit the EU left unanswered questions over the arrangements for his transfer.

17:37, 04 August 2018 Saturday

US EU forming 'united front' against China

'The Chinese had better not underestimate the determination of President Trump,' Larry Kudlow says

10:13, 02 August 2018 Thursday

European stock markets down at open

European equities markets opened in the red Thursday as fears mounted over the global impact of an escalating trade war between the United States and China.

17:26, 01 August 2018 Wednesday

EU pledges support to stem migrant arrivals to Spain

Commission chief 'shares sense of urgency' about irregular migrant arrivals to Spain in letter to Spanish premier

15:36, 01 August 2018 Wednesday

Zimbabwe elections on 'un-level playing field' say EU observers

Official results strengthened President Emmerson Mnangagwa's prospects of holding on to power in the key presidential vote, showing that ZANU-PF had easily won the most seats in the parliamentary ballot.

13:36, 31 July 2018 Tuesday

EU unemployment rate down in June

Lowest unemployment rate seen in Czech Republic and Germany, highest in Greece and Spain  

14:59, 26 July 2018 Thursday

UK could stay in EU on same terms

French Europe minister says it’s not too late for UK to change its mind

10:24, 26 July 2018 Thursday

Trump EU's Juncker agree to ease trade tensions

Germany's economy minister described the agreement as a "breakthrough" that "can avoid trade war."

16:21, 24 July 2018 Tuesday

EU mobilises firefighting aid to Greece Sweden and Latvia

Some 60 firefighters and equipment left Cyprus on Tuesday for Greece, where more than 50 people have died in the fires, according to officials from the European Commission, the EU's executive arm.

14:49, 23 July 2018 Monday

EU's Juncker in last-ditch bid to end Trump trade war

Juncker, a grizzled veteran of EU politics, follows a long list of European leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who have tried to lure Trump him away from a protectionist onslaught that has spooked financial markets and the world.

15:41, 22 July 2018 Sunday

UK to refuse Brexit bill without trade deal

Dominic Raab, who replaced David Davis earlier this month after he quit the role in protest over the government's Brexit strategy, said "some conditionality between the two" was needed.

11:04, 20 July 2018 Friday

Which states reacted over Israel's Jewish law

The legislation, adopted by 62 votes to 55, makes Hebrew the country's national language and defines the establishment of Jewish communities as being in the national interest.

17:59, 18 July 2018 Wednesday

EU urges Israel to revisit plan to raze Khan al-Ahmar

Mogherini says demolition of Palestinian village to ‘severely threaten viability of two-state solution’

16:57, 18 July 2018 Wednesday

Google intends to appeal EU's 5B fine

Company's operating system creates more choices, Google’s CEO says

16:46, 18 July 2018 Wednesday

Juncker Plan surpasses investment target of 315B

European Fund for Strategic Investments crosses €335B investment target set in July 2015

10:45, 18 July 2018 Wednesday

Google braces for huge EU fine over Android

EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager spoke by telephone with Google chief Sundar Pichai on Tuesday night to tell him about the decision in advance, a source close to the matter told AFP.

15:54, 17 July 2018 Tuesday

EU Japan ink trade deal

Economic partnership agreement is biggest ever negotiated by EU and will create an open trade zone

11:56, 17 July 2018 Tuesday

Russia condemned by EU rights court over Politkovskaya

The court also found that three Pussy Riot members arrested in 2012 had been subjected to inhuman or degrading treatment and their rights to a fair trial and to liberty had been violated.

13:35, 16 July 2018 Monday

EU foreign policy chief asks US to be clear on

EU considers US close friends and partners, Federica Mogherini says

15:54, 14 July 2018 Saturday

EU takes anti-Trump trade show to China and Japan

The trip by EU Council President Donald Tusk and Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker includes the signing of a free trade deal with Japan, which was moved from Brussels last week because Japanese premier Shinzo Abe was dealing with deadly floods at home.



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