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Italy's Salvini threatens to resign in budget row with EU
Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini raised the stakes in a budget tussle with Brussels on Friday by threatening to resign and bring down the government unless he can push through at least 10 billion euros ($11 billion) of tax cuts.
Deadline looms for agreement on Swiss-EU ties
Swiss ties with the European Union, its biggest trading partner, face a critical test this week as Brussels decides whether the two sides have made enough progress on a stalled draft treaty to head off punitive measures set to start at the end of June.
EU, US face off over Iran as ministers meet in Brussels
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says the European Union fully supports the international nuclear accord with Iran after Tehran decided to scale down its commitments in response to US sanctions.
Far-right parties kick off campaigns for Europe election
Right-wing populist parties are gearing up to campaign for European Parliament elections next month, but policy differences and the Brexit drama threaten their dream to "unite the right."
British PM May takes demand for Brexit renegotiation to Brussels
Prime Minister Theresa May was in Brussels on Thursday to plead with EU leaders to change the Brexit divorce deal she negotiated last year, in order to get it through parliament, after they offered little hope they were willing to do so.
Brussels hails INSTEX to help Iran trade
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has welcomed the Instrument In Support Of Trade Exchanges, or INSTEX, that is set up by France, Germany, and Britain to facilitate Iran global trade.
Belgian police fire tear gas at anti-tax protesters in Brussels, arrest 70
Belgian police have fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators inspired by France’s “yellow vests” anti-tax movement in the capital Brussels.
Iran, EU hold high-level political dialogue in Brussels
Iran and the European Union have held the fourth meeting of the high-level political dialogue in the Belgian capital, Brussels.
Iran, EU to hold nuclear meeting, high-level talks in Brussels
Iran and the European Union plan are to hold the third seminar on peaceful nuclear cooperation and the fourth round of high-level political talks in Brussels, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi says.
Paris, Brussels call for car-free day in Europe
Europe should hold an annual car-free day in a bid to ease air pollution, the mayors of Paris and Brussels said.
Iran Cinema Celebration nominations announced
The 20th Iran Cinema Celebration named its nominees for awards in various categories with 'No Date, No Signature' and 'Pig' each receiving nominations in 10 categories.
'No Date, No Signature' awarded at Brussels Int'l event
Iranian feature movie 'No Date, No Signature', directed by Vahid Jalilvand, won the Best Film Award at the Brussels International Film Festival.
Zarif to visit China, Russia, EU to discuss future of JCPOA
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif will travel to China, Russia and Europe to discuss the future of the Iran nuclear deal after US president on Tuesday decided to pull out the agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Brussels warns Trump’s trade policies pose threat to Europe
The European Commission has insisted the eurozone was still set for robust economic growth despite a recent slowdown but warned of the threat to the region from US president Donald Trump’s trade policies.
Brussels says US should exempt EU permanently from new tariffs
The European Union’s executive arm has announced that a decision by Washington to extend an interim exemption from its new trade tariffs for the EU would not be enough, calling on the administration of US President Donald Trump to make the waivers permanent or face a retaliatory move by the EU.

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