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  • White House: Russia has no right to send vehicles, persons into Ukraine

    White House: Russia has no right to send vehicles, persons into Ukraine
    Reports that the Ukrainian military shelled and partly destroyed a Russian armored column after it entered Ukraine overnight highlight the need for a swift and peaceful resolution of the conflict there, the United Nations said on Friday. "We are aware...
  • U.S. aid to Iraq may speed up despite billions already spent

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States may accelerate U.S. economic and military aid to Iraq with the end of Nuri al-Maliki's eight-year reign but will first want proof that the country's new leaders have abandoned his sectarian ways. Maliki's surprise...
  • Obama to travel to Estonia to meet with Baltic leaders on Ukraine

    President Barack Obama will travel to Estonia early next month to reaffirm the United States' commitment to defend NATO allies in a Baltic region nervous about Russia's activities in Ukraine. "In light of recent developments in Ukraine, the United States...
  • French PM calls for European investment plan to boost growth

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's prime minister called on Friday for steps to be taken at EU level to boost economic growth through investment, a day after data showed that both France and the euro zone stagnated in the second quarter. "The situation is...
  • EU gives European governments go-ahead to arm Iraqi Kurds

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union gave a green light on Friday to individual EU governments to supply arms and ammunition to Iraqi Kurds battling Islamist militants, provided they had the consent of authorities in Baghdad. EU foreign ministers...
  • Ebola-hit states plead for more help, WHO rebuked for slow response

    GENEVA/FREETOWN, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Two West African nations and a medical charity fighting the world's worst Ebola epidemic chided the World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday for its slow response, saying more action was needed to save victims...
  • EU backs mission to monitor Gaza crossing point

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union on Friday said it was willing to reactivate an EU mission on the Egypt-Gaza border to help stabilize the Palestinian enclave after weeks of war. At talks in Brussels, foreign ministers representing the 28 EU...
  • Jefe organismo nuclear ONU visitará Irán el domingo, busca avances en cooperación

    VIENA (Reuters) - El jefe de la Agencia Internacional de Energía Atómica (IAEA, por su sigla en inglés), Yukiya Amano, visitará Irán el domingo para intentar avanzar en la cooperación con la investigación de la agencia sobre las actividades nucleares de...
  • Any Russian military action in Ukraine would break international law: EU

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union said on Friday it would consider any unilateral military actions by Russia in Ukraine as "a blatant violation of international law". EU foreign ministers said in a statement after talks in Brussels that the 28-...
  • U.N. nuclear chief to visit Iran before investigation deadline

    VIENNA (Reuters) - U.N. nuclear watchdog chief Yukiya Amano will visit Iran on Sunday in an apparent attempt to push for progress in a long-running investigation into suspected atomic bomb research by Tehran. Amano's trip comes ahead of an Aug. 25...
  • Obama to visit Estonia, meet with Baltic leaders in September

    EDGARTOWN Mass. (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will travel to Estonia in September and meet with leaders from three Baltic states on his way to a NATO summit in Wales, the White House said on Friday. While there, he will meet with the prime...