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  • Turkey's Erdogan acknowledges strains with Obama

    ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has acknowledged his relations with U.S. President Barack Obama have soured, saying he had been disappointed among other things by a lack of U.S. action over the war in neighbouring Syria....
  • EU discussing capital curbs, defence sanctions on Russia-diplomats

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union governments are discussing the possibility of imposing capital restrictions on Russia and sanctions in defence and energy technology if Moscow does not cooperate in the probe into a plane crash in Ukraine, diplomats...
  • EU discussing capital curbs, defense sanctions on Russia-diplomats

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union governments are discussing the possibility of imposing capital restrictions on Russia and sanctions in defense and energy technology if Moscow does not cooperate in the probe into a plane crash in Ukraine, diplomats...
  • EU antitrust regulators likely to step up Google probes: WSJ

    SAN FRANCISCO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - (This July 22 story was corrected in paragraph four to show Almunia said he would not conduct a formal market test, instead of that he would not consult complainants) European Union antitrust regulators are...
  • Bulgaria calls for more NATO troops in southeastern Europe

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO continues to see evidence of weapons being moved into Ukraine from Russia since the downing of a Malaysian airliner in eastern Ukraine last week, a NATO military officer said on Wednesday. "We have noted an increase in the...
  • EU expands sanctions on Russian officials, weighs broader penalties

    EU expands sanctions on Russian officials, weighs broader penalties
    Europe's top diplomats agreed Tuesday to impose sanctions on more Russian officials and entities that have allegedly contributed to the unrest in Crimea and eastern Ukraine, including the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 by a suspected Russian...
  • France tells UK look to London oligarchs before damning Mistral

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's foreign minister hit back at Britain on Tuesday, telling Prime Minister David Cameron he should do something about UK-based Russian oligarchs before questioning France's plan to sell Mistral helicopter carriers to Moscow....
  • U.S. Senate panel advances global disabilities treaty

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Senate committee voted on Tuesday to advance a U.N. treaty to protect people with disabilities from discrimination, but the agreement faces a tough fight winning the two-thirds majority needed for ratification by the full...
  • Bulgarian central bank governor ready to step down

    SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's Central Bank Governor Ivan Iskrov told parliament on Tuesday he was ready to step down if it can agree on a successor first. In a letter, first reported by Reuters and then subsequently published with a statement on the...
  • European Union debt levels rise, ending two quarters of declines

    BERLIN Government debt in the European Union edged up in the first three months of the year following gains in nations at the center of the region's financial crisis, data released Tuesday showed. Public debt in the 18-member currency bloc climbed from...
  • Israel keeps up Gaza assaults as Kerry presses for truce

    Abbas-led Palestinian body backs Hamas truce demands in Gaza
    GAZA/JERUSALEM - The Palestinian decision-making body led by President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday endorsed demands by Hamas for halting Gaza fighting with Israel, a move that may help Egyptian-mediated truce efforts. With Israeli and U.S. encouragement,...