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  • Factbox: How UK and an independent Scotland might split up a nation

    LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland's referendum on independence on Thursday could break up the United Kingdom, more than three centuries after the union of England and its northern neighbor. Polls currently put Scottish unionists a nose ahead but the vote is...
  • Ukraine wants to delay cutting tariffs on EU goods: Interfax

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's president has asked the European Union to consider allowing Kiev to delay a planned reduction in customs duty on EU exports coming into Ukraine under the terms of a new trade pact, Interfax Ukraine news agency reported on...
  • France breaks 2015 deficit-cutting promise

    PARIS (Reuters) - France announced on Wednesday it was breaking the latest in a long line of promises to European Union partners to cut its public deficit, conceding it now would take until 2017 to bring its finances in line with EU rules. The...
  • Most Europeans in poll think EU should offer Ukraine membership

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A majority of Europeans think Ukraine should be offered membership of the European Union but they are divided about whether it should be admitted to NATO, according to a major public opinion survey published on Wednesday. Ukraine,...
  • New French deficit targets not in line with EU goals: Commission

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - France's announcement on Wednesday that it would only reduce its budget deficit below 3 percent of GDP in 2017 rather than in 2015 is clearly not in line with its commitments to the European Union, the European Commission said....
  • Virgin's Branson says flight ban would hurt Russia most

    KIEV (Reuters) - Russia would be the biggest loser if it carried out a threat to ban Western airlines from flying over its territory, Richard Branson, the founder of British airline Virgin Atlantic [VA.UL], said on Friday. "It would cost us quite a lot...
  • Ukraine's leader sees no military solution of crisis, vows reforms

    Ukraine's leader sees no military solution of crisis, vows reforms
    Ukraine's president said on Friday there could be no military solution to his country's crisis and he hoped "a very fragile" ceasefire in the east would hold, allowing him to focus on rebuilding the shattered economy. Petro Poroshenko also said a new...
  • WHO asks for more health workers to fight Ebola as death toll grows

    WHO asks for more health workers to fight Ebola as death toll grows
    The number of new Ebola cases in West Africa is growing faster than authorities can manage them, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday, renewing a call for health workers from around the world to go to the region to help. As the death...
  • Euro zone ministers back Ireland's plan to repay IMF loan early

    MILAN (Reuters) - Euro zone finance ministers on Friday backed Ireland's plan to repay part of its 2010 bailout package early, making it likely that Dublin can start paying some 18 billion euros (23.24 billion US dollar) of loans from the International...
  • Iran wants U.N. atomic agency to condemn Israeli drone 'aggression'

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran has called on the U.N. atomic agency to condemn an "act of aggression" by Israel for sending, Tehran says, a drone last month to spy on a site which is at the center of its decade-old nuclear dispute with the West. The Iranian...
  • In Ukraine, 'strength needs to meet strength'

    In Ukraine, 'strength needs to meet strength'
    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced Wednesday that Russia has withdrawn the bulk of its forces from Ukrainian territory. A shaky cease-fire appears to be holding. You might think, given Europe's extreme reluctance to anger its Russian trading...