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Hundreds of thousands of EU citizens in UK risk uncertain status from July
Academics are sounding the alarm about the hundreds of thousands of EU citizens in the UK who face falling into legal limbo on 1 July with their right to rent a home, work or continue in retirement at risk.
US, EU resolve 17-year Boeing-Airbus dispute
The United States and European Union said Tuesday they have resolved a 17-year-long fight over aircraft subsidies, agreeing to suspend tariffs for five years stemming from the Boeing-Airbus dispute.
UK, EU show little sign of defusing post-Brexit row
Britain and the European Union showed little sign of defusing a post-Brexit trade dispute on Saturday, with both sides repeating their opposing positions even after US President Joe Biden encouraged them to find a compromise.
EU is planning to end US tariff battle with Biden
The European Union wants the United States to commit to end their aircraft-related tariffs next week, according to a draft statement seen by CNBC, as both sides look to get the transatlantic relationship back on track.
Eurozone economic dip milder than expected in first quarter
The eurozone economy contracted by much less than expected in the first quarter of the year, revised data from the EU’s statistics office showed, with a buildup of inventories and investment offset by reduced consumer spending.
EU deficit rules to remain suspended in 2022
Rules against overspending by EU governments will remain suspended through 2022, leaving more time for stimulus plans to boost the economy to pre-crisis levels, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
EU warns London to honor Brexit pledges or risk 'consequences'
The EU's Brexit negotiator warned Britain on Tuesday to fully apply the terms of its exit from the bloc, in particular on fishing and Northern Ireland, or risk losing credibility on the global stage.
EU: Delegates share ‘sense of urgency’ in Vienna talks
US ready to lift many sanctions but Iran says it’s not adequate
Iran: Vienna talks would have stalled if US had insisted on keeping sanctions
Blinken says US has shown ‘seriousness’ to rejoin JCPOA
Russia bars EU officials as latest row escalates
EU says Moscow’s move lacks any legal justification
Barnier says Brexit was 'a failure of EU'
Michel Barnier said on Tuesday that Brexit was “a failure of the EU” and that it needs to learn lessons from the “social anger” seen in the UK.
Beijing dismisses EU accusations over presence of its vessels in South China Sea
China rejected European Union’s accusations that its ships at Whitsun Reef, which China calls Niu'E Jiao, had endangered peace and security.
Over 400 firms in UK shifted to EU after Brexit: Study
More than 400 financial firms in the United Kingdom have shifted activities, staff and a combined trillion pounds ($1.4 trillion) in assets to hubs in the European Union due to Brexit, with more pain to come, according to a new study by the New Financial think-tank.
President Rouhani rejects US, EU ‘concerns’ about Iran’s 60% enrichment level
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has dismissed “concerns” expressed by the Europeans and the United States about Tehran’s recent decision to start enriching uranium to 60-percent purity, saying the two sides have a false perception of Tehran’s latest remedial step away from the 2015 nuclear deal.

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