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Russia calls for end to sanctions, EU says no and imposes fresh measures

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Russia urged the European Union on Saturday to lift sanctions against Moscow and promised to waive its food embargo, but

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In a rare move , EU parlianment wants to split up Google

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The European parliament is poised to call for a break-up of Google, in one of the most brazen assaults so

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Islamic State video fuels concerns about foreign jihadis

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Several of the jihadis appearing in a new Islamic State video of the beheadings of a dozen captives, including American

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US senators press EU on Iran sanctions

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A bipartisan group of US senators on Monday pressed the EU to deny Iran access to its euro-denominated foreign exchange

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Ikea drawn into horsemeat scandal

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Ikea became the latest outlet to be embroiled in the Europe-wide horsemeat scandal on Monday after traces of the animal

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Bulgaria briefs Israel , EU on bus bombing probe

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Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Nikolai Mladenov paid a surprise visit to Israel on Thursday during which he briefed leaders on its

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2 EU airlines halt flights to Iran

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Two European airlines said on Saturday they were halting services to Iran, a sign of the crumbling purchasing power of

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EU Nobel cash goes to Children in Syria, other countiries

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The European Union on Tuesday donated its 2012 Nobel peace prize cash, plus a one million-euro top-up, to thousands of

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EU ministers meet with Syrian opposition chief

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EU foreign ministers have met in Brussels with the head of the newly formed Syrian opposition coalition, with some arguing

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EU officials accept Nobel Peace Prize at Oslo ceremony

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Hailing the European Union as “the most dramatic example in history that shows that war and conflict can be turned

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