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  • Libyans obstructing peace may face sanctions, EU says

    The European Union is ready to consider sanctions, if necessary, on people obstructing a political solution in Libya, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Tuesday. The EU is backing attempts by the United Nations to bring rival parties in...
  • EU to aid Bosnia with $207 million in bid to spur reform

    The European Commission will support Bosnia's reform program with 166 million euros ($207.7 million) until 2017 in a drive to revive the country's bid to join the EU, the Commission said on Tuesday. The European Union agreed on Monday to implement a...
  • Europe's main leaders far apart on immigration

    In less than three weeks, Britain's David Cameron and France's Francois Hollande have set out starkly contrasting approaches to immigration, while Angela Merkel has warned fellow Germans against manipulation by far-right xenophobes. The divergent stances...
  • Ukraine criticizes Russia over Crimea nuclear weapons comment

    Russia would violate international agreements if it placed nuclear weapons in Crimea, which it annexed from Ukraine, Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Tuesday. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov appeared to reserve the right for...
  • Ukraine's Poroshenko hails first full overnight truce in rebel east

    Ukraine's separatist east passed the night into Tuesday without any shooting, President Petro Poroshenko said, hailing the first such stretch of calm as a positive signal for the next steps in a peace plan. Army chief of staff Viktor Muzhenko also...
  • Listening devices found in Oslo, prompting spying investigation

    Norwegian police are investigating a possible spying operation by a foreign power after electronic devices designed to intercept telephone conversations were discovered near government buildings. In its own two-month investigation, the daily newspaper...
  • Russia says it wants east Ukraine to stay with Kiev under reformed constitution

    Moscow wants Ukraine to carry out a constitutional reform to allow more autonomy to Russian-speaking eastern regions that would then stay with Kiev, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in comments published on Monday. In an interview with the Interfax...
  • EU's Moscovici shows support for Greek government ahead of key vote

    The European Union's top economic official praised Greece's reform efforts during a visit to Athens on Monday, in a sign of support for the pro-bailout Greek government before a presidential vote that could trigger its collapse. Prime Minister Antonis...
  • Booking.com offers concession in bid to end competition probes

    Online travel agent booking.com has offered to scrap a practice which prevents hotels from giving discounts to its rivals in a bid to end investigations by competition authorities in France, Sweden and Italy, the European Commission said on Monday....
  • European Union backs U.N. plan for Syrian truce

    European Union foreign ministers threw their weight behind a U.N. plan for a truce in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on Monday, saying it offered a glimmer of hope for a political solution to the three-and-a-half year old civil war. The EU also...
  • Move to the right stirs uproar at staid Swiss newspaper

    Outraged reporters at Switzerland's oldest newspaper appeared on Monday to have foiled an attempt to install an editor with links to a leading right-wing party in a tussle that reflects a wider battle over the direction of Swiss politics. The Neue...