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EU countries at odds over possible gas price cap
European Union countries were at odds on Wednesday over whether to cap gas prices in the bloc, with France, Belgium and 13 other states stepping up their call for the move opposed by Germany and others.
EU sees sabotage in gas pipe leaks
Kremlin: Stupid to accuse Russia of causing leaks
EU wants to suspend Hungary financing as it awaits reforms
The European Union's executive arm on Sunday proposed suspending 7.5 billion euros (dollars) in Hungary financing as it awaits promised anti-corruption reforms from Budapest.
EU moves to ban products made with forced labor
The European Union unveiled plans Wednesday to ban products made with forced labor, in an effort to crack down on a modern-day form of slavery that a UN agency estimated affects more than 27 million people worldwide.
Borrell: EU countries running out of weapons due to Ukraine war
EU countries’ stocks of weapons are severely “depleted” in the wake of sending arms to Ukraine, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell warned Monday.
Iran is a peacemaker for Russia-Ukraine war
EU nuclear draft deal can be ‘reinforced’: FM
International Desk
EU calls for release of Palestinian hunger striker Awawdeh
Calls are growing internationally for the release of Palestinian prisoner Khalil Awawdeh as he nears six months of a hunger strike against his continued detention without charge by Israel.
Most countries agree with EU draft on JCPOA revival: Borrell
Most countries involved in talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal agreed with a proposal put forward by the European Union, but the United States has not yet responded, the bloc’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Tuesday.
Turkey doubles Russian oil imports, filling EU void
Turkey doubled its imports of Russian oil this year, Refinitiv Eikon data showed on Monday, as the two countries are set for broader cooperation in business and especially energy trade in the face of Western sanctions against Moscow.
EU fiscal oversight of Greece ends after 12 years
Greece on Saturday concluded 12 years of European Union fiscal surveillance that was imposed in return for bailouts after a crushing debt crisis.
EU plan to cut gas use by 15% comes into effect
An EU plan to cut gas consumption across the bloc by 15 percent to cope with an energy price crisis spurred by Russia's military operation in Ukraine comes into effect today.
EU looks to replace gas from Russia with Nigerian supplies
The European Union is seeking additional gas supplies from Nigeria as the bloc prepares for potential Russian supply cuts, Matthew Baldwin, deputy director general of the European Commission's energy department, has said.
UK leadership candidate Truss pledges to ditch all EU laws by 2023
Liz Truss, the leading candidate to succeed Boris Johnson as British prime minister, promised to scrap all remaining European Union laws that still apply in Britain by 2023 if she wins the Conservative Party leadership contest.
EU sues Britain again as N. Ireland bill erodes trust
The European Commission launched four new legal procedures against Britain on Friday after the British Parliament's lower house cleared a bill to scrap some of the rules governing post-Brexit trading arrangements for Northern Ireland.

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