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EU, NATO call on Russia to end support of Ukraine rebels

Brussels - The EU and NATO called on Russia to end its support for rebels in Ukraine, with Brussels mulling an emergency meeting after at least 30 people were killed in the port of Mariupol in a major escalation of the fighting.

EU tells Moscow to 'assume its responsibility' in Ukraine war

Brussels - The European Union called Friday on Moscow to "assume its responsibility" in ending the separatist war in Ukraine.

ECB rings in new year with QE fireworks

Frankfurt - The European Central Bank began 2015 with a bang Thursday, launching a massive trillion-euro bond purchase programme to ward off deflation and end stagnation in the eurozone economy.

EU faces 'huge challenge' to reassure Jews of future in Europe

Brussels - The EU faces a "huge challenge" to reassure Jews about their future in Europe after Islamist attacks in Paris, a top official said Wednesday as it discussed fresh counter-terror measures.

World has duty to ensure Ukraine's 'success': EU

Washington - The European Union has not forgotten Crimea, the bloc's foreign policy chief insisted Tuesday, stressing the world's "first duty" to Ukraine was to ensure it becomes a success.

EU agrees to stick to Russia sanctions policy

Brussels - EU foreign ministers agreed Monday there would be no change in the bloc's Russia policy, including sanctions, as the union's diplomatic chief warned the Ukraine situation had got "much worse" in recent weeks.

Terror attacks overshadow EU foreign ministers meeting

Brussels - EU foreign ministers meet Monday with the deadly Paris attacks and the jihadist cell uncovered in Belgium dominating the headlines as they try to resolve sharp differences over ties with Russia strained to breaking point by the Ukraine crisis.

London and Berlin urge Bosnia to get back on EU path

Sarajevo - The British and German foreign ministers on Friday urged Bosnia's leaders to get back on the path towards European Union membership before the opportunity disappears.

Turkey PM backs press freedom, warns against stigmatising Muslims

Brussels - Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told the European Union on Thursday they shared many values, including freedom of speech, but warned against stigmatising Muslims in the fallout from the Paris Islamist attacks.

Cuba, EU agree new talks in March: European sources

Brussels - Cuba and the European Union have agreed to meet in early March for a third round of negotiations aimed at normalising ties, EU sources said Wednesday, less than a month after a historic breakthrough between Havana and Washington.

We can't prevent all attacks: EU anti-terror chief

Brussels - The EU's counter-terrorism chief said Tuesday it is impossible to completely prevent new Islamist attacks like those in Paris, and warned that Europe's prisons have become a "massive incubator" for radicalisation.

Italian president to step down 'within hours': PM

Strasbourg - Italian President Giorgio Napolitano is to step down "within hours," well before the 2020 expiry of his term, Italy's Premier Matteo Renzi said Tuesday, setting the stage for an uncertain search for a successor.

EU divisions could limit post-Paris terror measures

Brussels - European nations have pushed for tighter anti-terror controls after last week's Islamist attacks in Paris, but concerns about civil liberties and intelligence sharing may limit their arsenal, analysts said Monday.

EU Feb 12 summit to focus on anti-terrorism: Tusk

Riga - European Union's next scheduled summit on February 12 will focus on how to boost anti-terror efforts in the wake of the deadly Islamist attack on a French satirical weekly in Paris, the bloc's leader Donald Tusk said on Friday.

EU seeks new anti-terror measures after Paris attack

Riga - The EU will draw up new proposals to fight terrorism in the next few weeks following the deadly Islamist attack on a satirical magazine in France, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Thursday.

EU parliament head berates 'irresponsible' Merkel

Berlin - EU parliament president Martin Schulz, on Wednesday accused German Chancellor Angela Merkel of "irresponsible speculation" over suggestions that Greece may be allowed to exit the euro if the far-left wins elections this month.

Cameron, Merkel set for talks on EU, immigration

London - British Prime Minister David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are set to thrash out his plans for renegotiating Britain's relationship with the EU when they hold talks on Wednesday.

Time to crack down on 'Islamophobia', Turkey's Erdogan tells EU

Ankara - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday warned the European Union it should crack down on "Islamophobia" amid rising anti-Muslim protests instead of trying to teach Turkey lessons about democracy.

Greek polls frontrunner says win will start leftist change in Europe

Athens - The Greek left-wing leader ahead in polls before upcoming elections said Saturday his party's victory would start "necessary change" in Europe and stressed he would end austerity policies.

EU to set up expert cell to fight jihadist propaganda: report

Brussels - The European Union plans to set up a cell of advisors in Belgium that member governments can tap to fight jihadist propaganda, a top EU official told a newspaper Saturday.

Latvia to grapple with Russia as it takes over EU presidency

Riga - Latvia takes over as European Union president on Thursday, putting it on the front line of negotiations with neighbouring Russia over the deadly crisis in Ukraine.

EU aid shipment arrives in Ebola-hit West Africa

Conakry - An EU aid shipment including vehicles and medical equipment for the three west African nations hardest hit by the Ebola epidemic has arrived in Guinea, officials said Sunday.

Turkey PM adviser tells AFP 'we aim to be in Europe 1st division'

Istanbul - Turkey's leaders are committed to EU membership and still aim to play in the "first division" of Europe despite a bitter row over a crackdown on the opposition, a top adviser to Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said.

Italian parliament adopts budget after EU battle

Rome - The Italian parliament adopted the government's 2015 budget late Monday, after the European Union forced Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to redraft the text to rein in the country's deficit.

Italian protester climbs St Peter's Basilica

- A disgruntled Italian entrepreneur on Sunday climbed the facade of St Peter's Basilica in an anti-EU protest, marking the fifth time the man has scaled the ornate building to highlight his country's economic woes.

WikiLeaks publishes CIA tips for traveling spies

Washington - WikiLeaks on Sunday released two CIA documents that offered tips to help spies maintain their cover while using false documents as they crossed international borders.

Turkish PM accuses EU of 'dirty campaign' against Turkey

Ankara - Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Sunday accused the European Union of starting a "dirty campaign" against Turkey by criticising the arrests of opponents of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Turkey's Erdogan praises 'clean' crackdown on foes

Istanbul - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday praised the "clean" legal process against his opponents that has been sharply criticised by the EU and included a warrant for arch-foe Fethullah Gulen as well as a wave of arrests.

Turkey court issues warrant for Erdogan foe Gulen

Istanbul - An Istanbul court issued an arrest warrant for US-based Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen who President Recep Tayyip Erdogan regards as his top enemy, in a controversial case that has strained ties with the EU.

Turkey court releases anti-Erdogan editor, arrests TV chief

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Friday ordered the release of an anti-government newspaper editor but remanded the head of a national television network in custody in a controversial case that has strained relations with the European Union.
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