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India, EU resume free trade talks after nine-year gap
India and the European Union resumed talks Monday on a free-trade deal after a nine-year gap, as Western countries seek to wean New Delhi off its close economic ties to Russia.
Fresh transport strikes hit UK, mainland Europe
Britain's railway system once again came to a virtual standstill on Saturday and flights in Europe were disrupted as strikes in the travel sector hit the continent.
Iran’s four-month exports to EU rise 37%
The value of Iran’s exports to the European Union member states rose 37 percent in the first four months of 2022, compared to the first four months of 2021, according to data released by the European Union’s statistics office Eurostat.
EU recommends 'candidate status' for Ukraine
The European Commission on Friday recommended war-torn Ukraine be formally named a "candidate" for joining the EU, a move that could open up a years-long path towards joining the bloc.
Illegal migrant crossings to EU up 82%: Frontex
Illegal migrant crossings into the European Union rose by 82 percent between January and May compared to the same period in 2021, the European border agency said on Monday.
Russia vows to find other importers after EU ban on its oil
Russia on Tuesday pledged to find other importers for its oil shortly after the European Union agreed to impose a partial embargo on Russian crude.
Polish lawmakers reach compromise on judicial reforms
Lawmakers from Poland’s ruling coalition agreed to judicial reforms the government says will unblock billions of euros of European Union funding, helping the country’s economy as it grapples with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in neighbouring Ukraine.
EU lawmakers to block ‘green’ investment label for gas, nuclear
European Union lawmakers will attempt to block a plan to label gas and nuclear energy as sustainable investments as Europe wrestles with reducing its carbon dioxide emissions to address climate change.
EU plans €300bn investment to quit Russian fossil fuels
The European Union intends to mobilise up to 300 billion euros of investments by 2030 to end its reliance on Russian oil and gas, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday.
Outcry after Israel police beat mourners at journalist funeral
UN condemns killing of journalist without naming Israel
International Desk
Iran: Reliable outcome possible on JCPOA
EU top diplomat says stalled talks ‘reopen’
EU lawmakers compromise on carbon market overhaul
European Union lawmakers have reached initial agreements on reforms to the EU carbon market, as they prepare to negotiate an overhaul of the 27-country bloc's core policy for reducing planet-warming emissions.
French envoy: EU-Iran annual trade hits €5b
The French ambassador to Tehran said the volume of trade between the European Union and Iran reached five billion euros last year.

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