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Iran denounces EU's ‘unwise’ move to sanction Syrian FM
Iran has slammed the European Union’s “unwise and unconstructive” move to add recently-appointed Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal al-Mekdad to its sanctions blacklist, saying it only puts obstacles in the way of peace process in the war-ravaged country.
'Please help us': Migrants, exposed to freezing Bosnia winter, await chance to reach EU
Hundreds of migrants are taking shelter in abandoned buildings in and around the northwestern Bosnian town of Bihac, wrapping up as best they can against the snow and freezing weather and hoping eventually to reach EU member Croatia across the border.
Foreign Ministry: EU advocating Trump ‘legacy to blackmail Iran’
Iran said with US President Donald Trump “almost gone,” the European Union is “advocating to use his legacy to blackmail Iran.”
EU regulator approves Moderna vaccine as fears grow over virus variants
Europe’s drug regulator gave the green light to Moderna Inc’s COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, the second shot it has approved, as authorities accelerate inoculation efforts amid fears about more infectious variants of the coronavirus.
Brexit becomes reality as UK quits EU single market
Britain on Thursday finally severed its turbulent half-century partnership with Europe, quitting the EU single market and customs union to go its own way four-and-a-half years after its shock vote to leave the bloc.
EU clears way for China investment pact
EU member states gave political backing to Brussels' planned investment pact with China, clearing the way for a deal between the world's biggest economic blocs.
Brexit trade deal gets EU green light
The European Union gave the green light on Monday to its post-Brexit trade deal with the UK, clearing the way for it to come into effect in the New Year.
Johnson urges Tory MPs to back Brexit deal as full text published
The EU and the UK government have published the full text of the Brexit trade deal less than a week before it is due to be implemented, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged his backbenchers to support the agreement when it reaches Parliament next week.
EU begins coronavirus vaccine rollout as new strain spreads
The European Union began a vaccine rollout Saturday, even as countries in the bloc were forced back into lockdown by a new strain of the virus, believed to be more infectious, that continues to spread from Britain.
EU, UK clinch narrow Brexit trade deal
The European Union and the United Kingdom struck a trade deal after nine months of protracted negotiations and just days before the year-end deadline.
EU: ‘No positive alternative’ to Iran nuclear deal
UN, Russia, China back upholding JCPOA
How dependent is UK on EU for food?
By Dearbail Jordan France's decision to close the border with the UK to stop the spread of a new variant of the coronavirus has highlighted the importance of the Dover-Calais route for food supplies.
‘Black Book of Pushbacks’ against migrants presented to EU
The 1,500-page “Black Book of Pushbacks” documenting hundreds of illegal pushbacks against asylum seekers by authorities on Europe’s external borders was released last week and handed over to the EU Commission.
Zarif urges Europe to grasp ‘last chance’ to salvage nuclear deal
China, Russia FMs: US should rejoin JCPOA unconditionally

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