The Netherlands’ Ambassador to Iran Jacques Werner said the European Union is still a partner to Iran nuclear deal and is following up a financial mechanism introduced by the bloc to facilitate trade with Iran.
Dutch envoy: Europe still following up INSTEX
France’s yellow vest protesters took to the street on Saturday, for the 22nd consecutive Saturday of demonstrations.
Yellow vests look to keep up pressure
Four Catalan leaders on trial over a 2017 bid to split their region from Spain said separatists should be more flexible about entering negotiations on forming the next Madrid government after a April 28 national election.
Jailed Catalan leaders ease position on post-election coalition talks
The Czech government is planning to prop up state budget revenues by introducing a special tax on multinationals, Prime Minister Andrej Babis was quoted by a daily newspaper as saying on Saturday.
Czech PM: Government plans digital tax on multinationals
France is guilty of human rights abuses of homeless people and laws guaranteeing a home for all fail to protect the most vulnerable, a UN special rapporteur said on Friday.
France abusing rights of the homeless: UN official
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange woke up in a British jail Friday at the start of a likely lengthy extradition battle after a dramatic end to his seven-year stay in Ecuador's Embassy in London.
Assange held in UK jail ahead of long legal fight
British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said on Friday it was very likely that the idea of a second Brexit referendum would again be put to Parliament at some point, although the government remained opposed to any new plebiscite.
Hammond: UK Parliament very likely to consider new Brexit referendum
France is guilty of human rights abuses of homeless people and laws guaranteeing a home for all fail to protect the most vulnerable, a UN special rapporteur said on Friday.
UN rapporteur: France guilty of abusing rights of homeless people
The German government is set to halve its 2019 growth forecast for Europe’s biggest economy, a government source told Reuters on Friday, reflecting a worsening slowdown linked to a recession in the manufacturing sector.
Government source: Germany to halve 2019 growth forecast
Both emerging markets and the US appear poised to recover from last year’s economic stumbles, but problems persist for Europe, according to the head of global financial giant UBS.
UBS chairman: Europe running out of economic policy options to boost growth

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