برچسب مطالب ‘europe’

Zarif: Iran Willing To Return To Full Compliance With Nuclear Deal If Europe Provides Benefits

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Tehran would be willing to move back to full compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal if Europe provides “meaningful” economic benefits.

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Austria’s Kurz criticizes EU’s incompetence

Austrian Chancellor Sebastion Kurz sharply criticized the Europen Union for its incompetence in economic decision-making, and argued that Europe’s economic decline was also undermining support for Western democracies.

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Winter storm disrupts travel across northern Europe – МИА

Numerous flights were cancelled and train services suspended on Sunday as a powerful winter storm swept across northern Europe, bringing gale-force winds and heavy rain.

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European Union pays countries to keep migrants away from Europe

The European Union (EU) has been paying other countries to keep migrants away from Europe, according to a report in the New York Times.

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French “yellow vests” protest for Assange outside Belmarsh prison in London

Today, hundreds of “yellow vests” from France and protesters from other countries across Europe, including Belgium and Britain, are protesting outside Belmarsh maximum security prison in London to demand the freeing of WikiLeaks founder and journalist Julian Assange.

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Venezuela intelligence agents raid Guaido offices: opposition

Agents from Venezuela’s Sebin intelligence service on Tuesday raided the offices of Juan Guaido while the opposition leader was travelling in Europe, an opposition lawmaker said.

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Polish PM condemns ‘rise of anti-Americanism’ in EU

Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said his country aims to create stronger ties between Europe and the United States. He believes that without the US, the EU would not survive “hybrid attacks from Russia and the growing influence of China”.

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Migrants face increasingly hostile conditions

Refugees and migrants trying to make their journey into Europe are facing increasingly hostile conditions – forcing them to take huge risks to their safety.

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Boris Johnson ‘to take charge of EU trade talks’ with new ‘Taskforce Europe’

The unit – reportedly dubbed ‘Taskforce Europe’ – will replace the Department for Exiting the European Union when it shuts down on 31 January, the date on which Britain is due to leave the EU.

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With its lurch to the right, Britain is no longer special in Europe

round Europe, the UK general election was followed with huge interest. Leftists were paying particularly close attention, as they understood that a victory for a genuine social democratic party would have an enormous impact on parties and movements around the continent and beyond. Meanwhile, in the brutally simplistic and, ultimately, effective methods of Boris Johnson’s Conservatives, we could also see echoes of our own recent elections, where perceived strong leadership and appeals to national pride struck a chord with many voters.

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Turkey cannot handle new Syria refugee flow alone: Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday warned Europe that Turkey could not handle alone a new wave of Syrian refugees fleeing increased bombardment in the northwestern Idlib province.

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EU preparing for ‘harder Brexit’ after Boris Johnson refuses to follow Brussels rules

Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar warned that Johnson looked to be embarked on a “harder Brexit than we anticipated” and said he feared the UK wanted to “undercut” Europe on food, health and product safety after it exits.

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Will the real NATO please stand up?

There are two NATOs. There’s the slick military machine that plans, trains and coordinates to adapt to new security threats to Europe and North America

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۳۰ YEARS AFTER THE FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL: Borders are back

Freedom in a borderless world – this was the hope thirty years ago, after the fall of the Berlin Wall. But instead of disappearing, more and more hard border fortifications arise in Europe.

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Greece passes controversial asylum law to curb number of asylum seekers

The Greek Parliament passed a new Asylum law on 1 November, the day after the Council of Europe condemned the living conditions of asylum seekers in Greece.

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Former CIA officer connected with abduction of Muslim cleric flees Europe

A former officer in the United States Central Intelligence Agency, who was convicted of involvement in the 2003 abduction of a Muslim cleric in Italy, says she fled Europe for the United States in fear of her safety.

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