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  • EU must work with Russia to push Russia out of Ukraine: Italy's Renzi

    The European Union must work with Russia to make it withdraw from Ukraine, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who holds the rotating presidency of the 28-nation bloc, said on Thursday. "We have to work with Russia to push Russia out of Ukraine and come...
  • New broom ends EU summit a day early

    In a striking symbol of changed leadership, European Union leaders wrapped up their last summit of the year a day early after agreeing to launch an investment fund and maintain sanctions on Russia over Ukraine. New European Council President Donald Tusk,...
  • Russia is a strategic problem for the EU: Tusk

    Russia's approach to Ukraine and to the European Union is a challenge to the 28-nation bloc, which does not make European leaders too optimistic, but rather realistic, the new president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, said on Thursday. "In fact...
  • EU cannot just be reactive in response to Russia: EU's Tusk

    The European Union's response to Moscow after Russia's annexation of Crimea cannot solely be driven by events, European Council President Donald Tusk said. "It is obvious we will not find a long-term perspective for Ukraine without an adequate,...
  • EU needs united approach to Russia for a solution to Ukraine conflict

    The European Union must be united in its approach toward Russia if it wants to find a solution to the conflict in Ukraine, the chairman of EU leaders Donald Tusk said on Thursday. "Obviously we won't find a satisfactory solution for Ukraine without a...
  • EU leaders agree investment package to boost economy

    European Union leaders endorsed a new investment programme intended to kick-start economic growth in the bloc at a summit in Brussels, which its chairman said would end late on Thursday, half a day earlier than planned. "We agreed three things: one, we...
  • Officials: US will have embassy in Havana soon

    WASHINGTON The U.S. hasn't had an embassy in Cuba for more than 50 years, but establishing one may not take much time. Although President Barack Obama's decision Wednesday to normalize relations with the Castro government in Havana upends long-standing...
  • UK says disagrees with EU visas ruling: PM Cameron's spokesman

    Britain disagrees with a ruling by the European Union's supreme court which on Thursday said its visa system for the family members of EU citizens was illegal, Prime Minister David Cameron's spokesman said. The European Court of Justice said Britain...
  • German finmin says Greece in better shape than expected

    Greece is in better shape then most would have expected a few years ago and Athens' reforms are starting to bear fruit, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told the German parliament, which voted on Thursday to extend Greece's bail-out program....
  • EU markets watchdog says crowdfunding needs regulating

    EU markets watchdog says crowdfunding needs regulating
    New European Union rules are needed to supervise crowdfunding and protect investors who face significant risks from the evolving sector, the bloc's markets watchdog said on Thursday. Crowdfunding, often hosted on online platforms such as Crowdcube,...
  • UK says review of EU shows bloc must relinquish power 'in many areas'

    The European Union must relinquish power "in many areas" in favor of member states, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said on Thursday, announcing the end of a two year review of his country's relations with the bloc. Prime Minister David...