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EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief

EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief
The European Union must adopt a "more robust" strategy to deal with an increasingly assertive China, the bloc's foreign policy chief said Monday...
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IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt

IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt
The IMF board approved $2.77 billion in emergency aid for Egypt on Monday, to help the country deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic,...
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EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten

EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten
With the coronavirus crisis hardening Europe's borders and draining the continent's resources, Brussels is trying to reassure its Balkan neighbours...
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Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan

Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan
EU leaders are set to haggle on Thursday over a giant package to help their economies recover from the coronavirus pandemic, but bitter divisions...
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Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win'

Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win' Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win'
Thousands of Israelis demonstrated Sunday in Tel Aviv to warn against what they said was a threat to democracy from ongoing coalition talks...
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New round of EU-UK Brexit trade talks next week

New round of EU-UK Brexit trade talks next week New round of EU-UK Brexit trade talks next week
British and European Union officials on Wednesday agreed to schedule three new rounds of post-Brexit trade talks, starting next week, after...
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EU to debate strategy to exit virus lockdown

EU to debate strategy to exit virus lockdown EU to debate strategy to exit virus lockdown
The European Commission will on Wednesday consider how to craft a plan to ease the bloc out of a virus lockdown that has dealt a body blow...
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US warns Hungary on 'undue' rights restrictions over virus

US warns Hungary on 'undue' rights restrictions over virus US warns Hungary on 'undue' rights restrictions over virus
The United States on Wednesday warned Hungary against restricting human rights and press freedom after parliament gave nationalist leader Viktor...
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Spectre of coronavirus quarantine haunts Hungarian democracy

Spectre of coronavirus quarantine haunts Hungarian democracy Spectre of coronavirus quarantine haunts Hungarian democracy
A "dictatorship" at the heart of the EU? A draft law to grant anti-coronavirus emergency measures set for adoption by Budapest has alarmed...
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EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief

EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief EU needs 'more robust' China strategy: Foreign policy chief
The European Union must adopt a "more robust" strategy to deal with an increasingly assertive China, the bloc's foreign policy chief said Monday...
Read More...

IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt

IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt IMF approves $2.77 bn emergency virus loan for Egypt
The IMF board approved $2.77 billion in emergency aid for Egypt on Monday, to help the country deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic,...
Read More...

EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten

EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten EU to reassure Balkan hopefuls they are not forgotten
With the coronavirus crisis hardening Europe's borders and draining the continent's resources, Brussels is trying to reassure its Balkan neighbours...
Read More...

Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan

Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan Divided EU leaders meet on virus recovery plan
EU leaders are set to haggle on Thursday over a giant package to help their economies recover from the coronavirus pandemic, but bitter divisions...
Read More...

Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win'

Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win' Thousands of Israelis demonstrate to 'let democracy win'
Thousands of Israelis demonstrated Sunday in Tel Aviv to warn against what they said was a threat to democracy from ongoing coalition talks...
Read More...

New round of EU-UK Brexit trade talks next week

New round of EU-UK Brexit trade talks next week New round of EU-UK Brexit trade talks next week
British and European Union officials on Wednesday agreed to schedule three new rounds of post-Brexit trade talks, starting next week, after...
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EU to debate strategy to exit virus lockdown

EU to debate strategy to exit virus lockdown EU to debate strategy to exit virus lockdown
The European Commission will on Wednesday consider how to craft a plan to ease the bloc out of a virus lockdown that has dealt a body blow...
Read More...

US warns Hungary on 'undue' rights restrictions over virus

US warns Hungary on 'undue' rights restrictions over virus US warns Hungary on 'undue' rights restrictions over virus
The United States on Wednesday warned Hungary against restricting human rights and press freedom after parliament gave nationalist leader Viktor...
Read More...

Spectre of coronavirus quarantine haunts Hungarian democracy

Spectre of coronavirus quarantine haunts Hungarian democracy Spectre of coronavirus quarantine haunts Hungarian democracy
A "dictatorship" at the heart of the EU? A draft law to grant anti-coronavirus emergency measures set for adoption by Budapest has alarmed...
Read More...

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Lawyers for former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont vowed Tuesday to fight Spain's efforts to extradite him from Belgium on charges of sedition and misuse of public funds.

The European Parliament on Thursday awarded the Sakharov Prize for human rights to Uighur intellectual Ilham Tohti, who has been sentenced to life imprisonment in China for

Dozens of global policymakers and tycoons will attend a Saudi investment summit starting Tuesday, helping the kingdom turn the page on a critic's murder that triggered a mass

The European Commission on Tuesday demanded urgent clarifications from Italy and France on their budget plans for next year, worried they veer widely from spending cut

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