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  • Ireland warns Britain against opting out of EU arrest laws

    DUBLIN/LONDON (Reuters) - Ireland has urged Britain not to bow to domestic pressure to ditch European Union laws that allow suspected criminals to be arrested in other member states, saying such a move could undermine bilateral efforts to tackle terrorism...
  • European Commission proposes new catch limits to tackle overfishing

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission has proposed a reduction in catch limits for some types of Atlantic herring to zero to fight overfishing while increasing limits for horse mackerel. Tuesday's proposal sets the limits on the total amount of...
  • Australia bans travel from Ebola-hit countries; U.S. isolates troops

    Australia bans travel from Ebola-hit countries; U.S. isolates troops
    MONROVIA/FREETOWN (Reuters) - Australia became the first developed country on Tuesday to shut its borders to citizens of the countries worst-hit by the West African Ebola outbreak, a move those states said stigmatized healthy people and would make it...
  • Ukraine denounces Russian stance on rebel vote in east Ukraine

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine on Tuesday condemned as "destructive and provocative" Russia's stance towards elections organized by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine next Sunday, saying Moscow's recognition of the vote could wreck chances of bringing...
  • French lawmakers adopt welfare cuts before EU verdict

    PARIS (Reuters) - The French government secured the adoption of its social security budget for 2015 in parliament on Tuesday despite opposition from rebel Socialist lawmakers, a day before the European Commission's verdict on France's deficit-cutting...
  • Nordic, Baltic states face 'new normal' of Russian military threat

    OSLO/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Fears of Russia re-asserting its Cold War dominance in the Baltic Sea are forcing countries there to re-think their defenses, prioritizing military spending at home and reducing participation in far-flung U.N. or U.S.-led...
  • Ukraine unlikely to receive IMF loan tranche this year: finance minister

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine is unlikely to receive a second tranche of a $17-billion loan program from the International Monetary Fund this year as expected, Finance Minister Oleksander Shlapak said on Tuesday, in the latest economic blow to the debt-...
  • EU's Oettinger mulls levy on Google: Handelsblatt

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Union's new digital commissioner Guenther Oettinger is mulling an internet copyright levy, taking aim at Google, he told German newspaper Handelsblatt. "If Google uses and processes intellectual property from the EU,...
  • Parental Guidance: Trick or Treat for UNICEF goes digital

    Q: Does Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF still exist? A: Yes and, in fact, the effort has gone digital for the first time this year. Kids can set up a Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF fundraising page to share with friends and family, knocking on their doors...
  • EU on track so far with green energy goals, 2030 a challenge

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU nations have work to do to meet new green energy goals agreed last week, as increased fossil fuel burning last year drove up pollution in some countries, although the bloc is on track to meet its earlier targets, official data...
  • WHO says 82 being monitored for Ebola in Mali

    GENEVA (Reuters) - Health workers are monitoring 82 people who had contact with a toddler who died of Ebola in Mali last week, but no new cases of the disease have yet been reported, World Health Organization spokesman Tarik Jasarevic said on Tuesday....