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Politics and finance dog EU climate zero efforts

Apo - Momentum is growing across Europe toward a mid-century target for climate neutrality that UN scientists say the world must embrace to avert catastrophe.

New EU chief must piece together diverse top team

Apo - After negotiating her own confirmation as president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen must now put together a 27-nation team to help her run the bloc.

EU parliament condemns US treatment of migrants

Strasbourg - The European Parliament on Thursday condemned the United States' treatment of migrants arriving at its border with Mexico, drawing a rebuke from the American ambassador in Brussels.

"Don't Panic": Britain and EU trade sitcom jibes

Apo - Britain is due to leave the EU in 15 weeks with or without an agreement on future ties and officials from both sides are trading insults inspired by a 1970s WWII sitcom.

UK tried to turn France against euro in 1990s: cables

London - British diplomats tried to establish a "very private link" with former French president Jacques Chirac with the "unavowed aim" of exposing him to the risks of a European currency union, declassified documents revealed Thursday.

Salvini dismisses EU migrant ship proposals at emergency talks

Apo - Italy's interior minister, Matteo Salvini, said his government's position was unchanged after emergency EU talks in Helsinki on Wednesday to try and end the Mediterranean migrant rescue crisis.

New EU chief faces battle for stable majority

Apo - EU president-elect Ursula von der Leyen may have won a narrow majority in the European Parliament, but to lead the divided bloc she must build a stable support base.

Canada, EU to discuss trade accord at summit

Montr - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepared Wednesday to welcome senior EU officials for a brief summit at which they will promote a free trade agreement.

No-deal Brexit looms as race for new British PM wraps up

London - The battle to become Britain's next prime minister enters the home straight on Wednesday with both candidates hardening their positions on Brexit, putting the future government on a collision course with Brussels.

EU launches in-depth probe on Amazon over data use

Apo - The EU's powerful antitrust authority launched an in-depth investigation into Amazon on Wednesday, amid suspicions the US-based online behemoth misuses merchant data hosted on its website.

IMF to begin search for new leader as Lagarde resigns as of Sept 12

Washington - Christine Lagarde will resign from the International Monetary Fund on September 12 as she awaits final word on her nomination to the presidency of the European Central Bank, she announced Tuesday.

MEPs narrowly elect von der Leyen to EU top job

Strasbourg - German defence minister Ursula von der Leyen was narrowly elected president of the European Commission on Tuesday after winning over sceptical lawmakers.

EU agrees measures against Turkey for Cyprus drilling

Apo - The European Union on Monday agreed measures to punish Turkey for pursuing drilling operations off Cyprus despite repeated warnings.The EU will halt high-level dialogue with Turkey, suspend talks over an aviation agreement and cut 145.

New Greek government wants to reinforce borders

Athens - The new Greek government underscored Monday its intention to reinforce the country's borders, as a visiting EU official noted an uptick in the number of refugees crossing from Turkey.

EU holds Iran nuclear crisis talks as Tehran issues fresh threats

Apo - European foreign ministers held crisis talks Monday on saving the beleaguered Iran nuclear deal as Britain warned the "small window" for success was closing and Tehran issued fresh threats of restarting its atomic programme.

EU opens new mission in Kuwait

Kuwait City - The EU's diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini said Sunday the bloc is increasing its engagement in the Middle East, as she opened a new mission in Kuwait City.

Von der Leyen's bid for EU top job in the balance

Apo - Will it be business as usual or a summer of stalemate? Ursula von der Leyen learns on Tuesday whether the European Parliament is ready to approve her bid to become the first female president of the European Commission.

Paris clashes tarnish Macron's military parade

Paris - French President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday showcased European military cooperation in a Bastille Day parade but the aftermath of the glittering event was tarnished by violent clashes between police and protesters.

Macron to show off Euro defence cooperation at Paris parade

Paris - French President Emmanuel Macron will on Sunday showcase Europe's defence capabilities by putting European military cooperation at the heart of a Bastille Day parade at a time of growing tensions with the United States.

UK PM contenders say EU will drop Irish backstop for Brexit deal

London - The two candidates vying to become Britain's next prime minister both said Friday they believe the EU will agree a Brexit deal this year without the controversial "backstop" provision for the Irish border.

Indonesia president vows to fight EU palm oil rules

Jakarta - Indonesia's president promised Friday to fight the European Union over plans to restrict the use of palm oil in biofuels.Brussels wants to limit the materials that can be used in fuel that is counted towards its renewable energy targets.

Macron to show off Euro defence cooperation at Paris parade

Paris - French President Emmanuel Macron will on Sunday seek to showcase Europe's defence capabilities by putting European military cooperation at the heart of a Bastille Day parade at a time of growing tensions with the United States.

Turkey drills off Cyprus in bid for regional influence

Ankara - When Turkey dispatched a second ship to drill for oil and gas in disputed waters off Cyprus last month, it drew fire not just from rival Nicosia but also the rebuke of Western allies and threats of EU sanctions.

Migrants, refugees in Libyan centres must be freed: UN

Geneva - The heads of two refugee agencies called Thursday for refugees and migrants held in Libyan centres to be freed and for countries to take them in.

New EU chief nominee says Brexit could be delayed - again

Apo - Ursula von der Leyen, the nominee to be the next EU Commission president, said Wednesday that Brexit could be delayed for a third time, but warned London it must take responsiblity for "sorting out" its tortured departure from the bloc.

New EU chief nominee hopes Britain will ditch Brexit

Apo - EU president nominee Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday she hopes Britain will abandon Brexit but warned London it must take responsiblity for "sorting out" its tortured departure from the bloc.

Turkey vows to keep drilling off Cyprus despite EU warnings

Ankara - Turkey on Wednesday vowed to continue drilling activities off Cyprus despite tensions with the European Union, which has called on Ankara to cease its "illegal" activities.

UK leadership hopefuls clash over Brexit promises

London - Boris Johnson stood accused Tuesday of having nothing to offer Britain but "blind optimism" as he and his rival for the premiership clashed over Brexit in a bad-tempered TV debate.

Monaco rolls out Huawei-built 5G network in European first

Monaco - Monaco on Tuesday became the first country in Europe to inaugurate a next-generation 5G mobile phone network based on technology from Chinese firm Huawei, which is seen by the US as a major security risk.

UK's Labour backs staying in EU in call for second referendum

London - Britain's main opposition Labour party on Tuesday for the first time conditionally backed holding another Brexit referendum, in which it would support remaining in the European Union.
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