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Iran’s nine-month exports to EU up 14%, hits €632m
Iran’s exports to the European Union countries rose significantly in the three quarters to September this year, according to a new report, despite sanctions imposed by the US which keep hampering trade between the two.
EU demands 'full ceasefire' after Armenia-Azerbaijan fresh clashes
EU chief Charles Michel on Tuesday urged the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan to call a "full ceasefire" after new border clashes erupted between the old foes.
EU to aim for rapid deployment force without US help: Document says
The European Union is considering a joint military force of up to 5,000 troops by 2025 to intervene in a range of crises and without relying on the United States, according to a draft plan.
EU to broaden Belarus sanctions on Monday over migrant crisis: Borrell
EU foreign ministers will widen sanctions on Belarus Monday to include airlines and travel agencies thought to involved in bringing migrants to the bloc's border, the European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.
Vahidi: EU should be grateful for Iran’s efforts against drug trafficking
Iran's Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi said that European countries should be grateful for Iran’s efforts to prevent the smuggling of narcotics to this continent.
Russia calls on EU to avoid double standards over Belarusian-Polish border situation
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called on the European Union countries to avoid double standards in addressing the migration crisis at Belarus’ border with Poland and Lithuania.
US, EU agree to lift punitive tariffs
The United States and the EU agreed to lift punitive tariffs on imported European steel and aluminum, ending a dispute that strained their trade ties since former Donald Trump imposed the levies three years ago.
EU ends risk warning for Iranian airspace
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EUSA) has not extended a previous risk warning to European airliners flying over Iran over safety concern.
Iran: Threats aim to divert attention from EU inaction on JCPOA
Iran’s top negotiator denounced the new threats leveled by the Western countries against Tehran as “a blame game,” saying such rhetoric is aimed at distracting the public opinion from the failure of the European signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal to honor their commitments.
Useful Brussels meeting helped define a way forward to resume Iran talks: EU
A European Union (EU) spokesman said a recent meeting between Iran’s top negotiator and the EU deputy foreign policy chief in Brussels was “useful” as Tehran and world powers seek to set a date for the resumption of sanctions-removal talks in Vienna.
EU election observers begin work ahead of Venezuela elections
European Union election observers began their mission in Venezuela on Thursday, as campaigning kicked off for regional elections next month which are set to include opposition candidates.
Deputy FM holds ‘serious, constructive’ talks with EU
JCPOA revival negotiations to resume by December
EU commissioner: Brexit an ‘economic catastrophe’ for Britain
The United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union has resulted in an "economic catastrophe" for Britain, European Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton said Tuesday during an interview with French broadcaster BFMTV.

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