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Iran launches rocket as nuclear talks to resume: State TV

Tehran has launched a solid-fueled rocket with a satellite carrier, a day after Iran and the European Union agreed to resume stalled talks over Iran's tattered nuclear deal with world powers.

published on : 26th June 2022

Bulgarian lawmakers vote to unblock N Macedonia's EU bid

North Macedonia has held EU candidate status for 17 years and received a green light in 2020 to begin accession talks, although no date was set for the start of negotiations.

published on : 24th June 2022

European Union offers support for Kochi Corp projects

Mayor requests financial aid; French govt to launch edu programme with state institutes

published on : 24th June 2022

Ukraine war: European Union bans Russian lobbyists from its major institutions

The decision is part of the implementation of the sixth set of sanctions adopted by the European Union, which bans all business and public relations consultancy services. 

published on : 23rd June 2022

Ukraine expects European Union member's support for candidacy to join bloc

Deputy PM Olha Stefanishyna said that she's '100 per cent' certain all 27 EU nations will approve making Ukraine a candidate for membership in the bloc during a summit this week.

published on : 22nd June 2022

Europe experiences historic 'early' heatwave; Spain, Germany's wildfire make things worse 

The EU is expanding a shared pool of planes and helicopters on standby this summer to provide cross-border support and is expected to partner with more nations outside the bloc.

published on : 22nd June 2022

'It's just hell there', says Luhansk governor Serhiy Haidai; Russia still pounds eastern Ukraine

The European Union’s top diplomats gathered in Luxembourg on Monday for talks focused on Ukraine and food security.

published on : 20th June 2022

 Russia Ukraine grain blockade is 'real war crime', says EU foreign policy chief

The 27-nation bloc has struggled to counter Moscow's claims that rising prices and shortfalls in the Middle East and Africa are down to EU sanctions imposed over the invasion of Ukraine. 

published on : 20th June 2022

EU issues legal ultimatum post UK's plan to 'fix' Northern Ireland Protocol

Britain recently tabled a new Northern Ireland Protocol Bill, insisting is aimed at fixing parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol and denies any potential breach of international law.

published on : 15th June 2022

India, China growing markets for shunned Russian oil

Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said Saturday said he would first look to other sources but would be open to buying more crude from Moscow.

published on : 13th June 2022

Russia earns USD 98 billion from fossil fuel exports in 100 days of Ukraine war: Report

Even with countries and companies shunning its supplies over the Ukraine invasion, the global rise in fossil fuel prices continued to fill Russia;s coffers, with export revenues reaching record highs.

published on : 13th June 2022

Russia cutting off natural gas to Denmark, company says

We have plans ready if situation worsens. Since there is no pipeline directly from Russia to Denmark, Russia will not be able to directly cut off gas supply, which still will be able to get it: Agency

published on : 1st June 2022

Ukraine war: EU leaders agree to ban 90 per cent of Russian oil by year-end

EU Council President Charles Michel said the agreement covers more than two-thirds of oil imports from Russia

published on : 31st May 2022

Five dead in Donetsk strikes Russia advances in east Ukraine amid EU meeting on oil ban

Member states are searching for a compromise on a sixth round of sanctions, which has been delayed by resistance from within the bloc, namely from Hungary.

published on : 30th May 2022

EU struggles to clear Hungary's block on Russian oil ban amid Ukraine war

Envoys from the 27 member states were meeting in an attempt to finalise a sixth package of sanctions against Moscow, but remain deadlocked over a proposed embargo on Russian oil.

published on : 30th May 2022
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