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E.U. Uneasy About Impact of New U.S. Sanctions on Russia

8 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

The European Union is divided over proposed American sanctions on Russia that could affect the Nord Stream 2 pipeline for Russian natural gas to Germany.

EU to Turkey: respect for rights 'imperative' to join bloc

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union on Tuesday delivered its most public criticism yet of Turkey's security crackdown since last year's failed coup, saying there could be no progress on Ankara's bid to join the bloc without an end to human rights abuses.

'Very big and exciting': Trump said the US and Britain are working on a post-Brexit trade deal

LONDON — US President Donald Trump reiterated his desire to do a trade deal with the United Kingdom shortly after it leaves the European Union, calling the bloc "very protectionist with the U.S" in a tweet sent on Tuesday afternoon. "Working on major Trade Deal with the United Kingdom. Show More Summary

UK courts must keep jurisdiction over EU citizens' rights in Britain: Davis

PRAGUE (Reuters) - British courts should protect the rights of European Union citizens living in the country after it leaves the bloc, Brexit minister David Davis said on Tuesday, defending Britain's rejection of the EU's position.

EU, Egypt agree framework for cooperation in coming years

The European Union and Egypt have pledged to work together to develop the country's economy, promote stability, counter extremism and manage migrant flows. EU foreign affairs Federica Mogherini met Tuesday … Click to Continue »

UK Brexit minister: progress made in talks on citizen rights

Britain's Brexit minister says progress has been made in talks on the rights of citizens living in each other's nations once the country leaves the European Union. But after meeting … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Turkey's Erdogan ramps up anti-Western rhetoric

The Latest on talks between Turkish and European Union officials in Brussels Tuesday (all times local): 12:10 p.m. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ramped up his anti-Western rhetoric, saying … Click to Continue »

Corbyn's Out of Step

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn keeps saying that the UK cannot leave the European Union and at the same time stay within the Single Market. He's wrong of course, as this diagram shows, and he is also out of step with the majority of Labour...Show More Summary

Brexit poses a threat to animal welfare in the UK, a new report warns

LONDON — Brexit risks triggering a fall in animal welfare standards as cheap imported food could force UK farmers to prioritise competitiveness over care for animals, a Lords report has warned. The House of Lords European Union committee...Show More Summary

Facebook, Google, and Twitter face growing pressure from EU over user terms

19 hours agoTechnology : Venture Beat

(Reuters) — European Union authorities have increased pressure on Facebook, Google and Twitter to amend their user terms to bring them in line with EU law after proposals submitted by the tech giants were considered insufficient. The European Commission and consumer protection authorities in the bloc wrote to the three companies in June, asking them […]

EU plans delegation in Mongolian capital to enhance ties

The European Union plans to open a delegation in Mongolia this year, the 28-nation group said Tuesday, in a move that will expand its relationship with the resource-rich country wedged … Click to Continue »

Food safety regulation in UK to undergo change during Brexit

What’s going to happen after food safety in the United Kingdom is separated by Brexit from the European Food Safety Authority’s mothership in Parma, Italy? “Along with the EU (European Union) Exit, changing the way food businesses are regulated is one of our two key priorities for the years ahead,” says Heather Hancock, chairman of... Continue Reading

Google profits drop on $2.7 billion EU fine, but growth is steady

Profits at Google's parent company, Alphabet, took a hit in its second quarter, as the company dealt with a $2.7 billion fine from the European Union levied for anti-competitive behavior. Lingering questions about future regulatory actions dogged company executives, even as the company reported it had made more money than analysts had expected. The company reported […]

Exclusive: Germany wants more EU sanctions on Russia over Siemens Crimea turbines - sources

yesterdayNews : The Cutline

By Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany is urging the European Union to add up to four more Russian nationals and companies to the bloc's sanctions blacklist over Siemens gas turbines delivered to Moscow-annexed Crimea, two sources in Brussels said. Show More Summary

Ministers from Europe, Africa meet to tackle migrant crisis

Interior ministers from 14 nations and the European Union agreed Monday to boost cooperation to tackle the migrant crisis along the deadly central Mediterranean route, promising to address why migrants … Click to Continue »

EU warns Turkey economy at risk in Germany row

The European Union warned Turkey on Monday that its economy could be harmed if growing tensions with the bloc, and especially with Germany, get out of hand. On the eve of talks in Brussels with senior Turkish officials, EU Enlargement...Show More Summary

EU Commissioner Warns Against Diesel Car Bans, Says Auto Manufacturers Would Lose Means Of Investing In Electric Vehicles

The European Union's commissioner for industry, Elzbieta Bienkowska, has warned against proposed city-level diesel car bans, stating that if such bans were to go into effect, they would compromise the ability of auto manufacturers to...Show More Summary

More sheep in the EU

According to the 2016 December livestock survey from the European Union, the number of sheep in the EU increased by 1.4 million (+1.6 %).

Who Should 'Die with Dignity': Charlie Gard or Obamacare?

Maybe we can import a few European Union bureaucrats into Congress to finally kill the Obamacare beast. That's what they're good at.

German justice minister open for EU sanctions against Poland

Germany's justice minister is welcoming possible European Union sanctions against Poland because of that country's controversial judicial reforms. Minister Heiko Maas on Sunday told the weekly paper Bild am Sonntag … Click to Contin...

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