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EU's migrants more at risk from coronavirus
Europe's migrant population — including EU nationals seeking to better themselves in the richer North and West — are more at risk of catching coronavirus or suffering poverty due to the pandemic, a new study said.
Door 'still ajar' for EU talks over post-Brexit trade deal, says Gove
The door is "still ajar" for talks with the EU over a post-Brexit trade deal but only if it moves ground in key areas, Michael Gove said.
WTO rules EU can apply tariffs on US goods as trade war deepens
The EU has been given permission to levy tariffs on US products worth $4 billion in retaliation for subsidies given to Boeing, in the latest salvo in a bitter 16-year battle between the US plane maker and its European arch rival, Airbus.
EU pushes UK to budge at 'critical stage' in Brexit talks
The EU on Tuesday demanded “substantive” movement from Britain on fisheries, dispute settlement and guarantees of fair competition in their post-Brexit trade talks, which Germany said were at a “critical stage”.
MEP: EU must resist US bullying, adopt independent stance on sanctions
A member of the European Parliament (MEP) said on Thursday the EU must resist US bullying and take an independent stance on sanctions Washington imposes on other countries, including Iran and Syria.
Saudi setback over EU push to downgrade G20 presence
A push to downgrade the EU's attendance at next month's G20 summit in Riyadh over human rights concerns marks another setback for Saudi plans to host a coming-out party on the world stage.
EU seeking to increase trade with Iran: Borrell
High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Policy and Security Affairs said that EU is trying to improve trade with Iran, and the EU continues fighting to keep the nuclear agreement alive and working.
Iran criticizes EU statement on its human rights situation
Iran criticized some EU countries for their recent statement on human rights situation in Iran, saying that labeling others is typical of colonial mindset and the illusion of self-importance.
Pandemic, sanctions hit EU’s exports to Iran as imports surge: Report
The spread of the coronavirus pandemic and new US sanctions caused a drop in trade between Iran and the European Union countries in the first seven months this year although Iran sent more shipments the EU over the same period, shows a new report.
EU move not to recognize Lukashenko amounts to meddling in Belarus: Kremlin
Russia said on Friday that the European Union’s decision not to recognize Alexander Lukashenko as the legitimate president of Belarus contradicted international law and amounted to indirect meddling in the country.
EU health commissioner warns against "COVID-19 fatigue"
European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides warned against the "COVID-19 fatigue" witnessed in some member states, amid the worrying trend of increase in the coronavirus infections.
EU ‘determined’ to get Brexit deal after UK 'breach' decision
The European Union is determined to get a Brexit trade deal with Britain but will be firm and realistic with London after Prime Minister Boris Johnson decided to break the divorce agreement, the EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, said on Wednesday.
EU regulator in contact with 38 makers of potential COVID-19 vaccines
The European Medicines Agency has been in contact this month with 38 makers of potential COVID-19 vaccines, an official at the EU drugs regulator said on Tuesday.
European Parliament urges arms embargo on Riyadh over Khashoggi murder, Yemen war
The European Parliament called on European Union (EU) member states to impose an arms embargo on Saudi Arabia over its gruesome murder of well-known dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and the Saudi devastating war on Yemen.
EU chief takes aim at Turkey over rows with neighbors
The European Union on Wednesday warned Turkey against trying to threaten Greece, as tensions grow over energy reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean.

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