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After crisis, Greek youth divided about EU
As she ponders her future abroad, Greek university graduate Alexandra is unsure she wants to vote on May 26 for an EU structure she holds responsible for ravaging her country after its debt crisis.
German FM: EU convinced US maximum pressure won’t work on Iran
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Europe is convinced that Washington’s strategy of maximum pressure on Iran will not work.
Italy coalition aims to heal its wounds after bitter EU vote race
Italy’s ruling parties intend to relaunch their coalition after next week’s European elections, sources from both parties say, but it may not be easy after attacking each other for weeks during a bitter campaign.
EU to compensate Irish beef farmers for Brexit price hit
The European Union will provide Irish beef farmers with 50 million euros of exceptional aid to compensate for the fall in beef prices suffered as a result of the Brexit process, the European Commission’s agriculture chief Phil Hogan said.
INSTEX to have first transactions in few weeks
The European Union has addressed “ways in which we can further advance on the, for instance, operationalization of INSTEX to have first transactions in the, hopefully, next few weeks,” EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said in Brussels after a meeting of the bloc’s foreign ministers.
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.
Kharrazi: EU’s opportunity to prevent death of nuclear deal limited
Head of Iran’s Strategic Council on Foreign Relations Kamal Kharrazi warned the European Union against continued passivity on the US sanctions against Iran, saying the opportunity to save the 2015 nuclear deal is limited.
US, EU complicit in 'whitewash' of Israel’s war crimes against Palestinians: NGO
The United States and the European Union are complicit in the “whitewash” of the Israeli regime’s “war crimes” against the Palestinian people, an international NGO says.
EU says fully committed to save JCPOA
EU Foreign Policy chief Federica Mogherini and foreign ministers of France, Germany and the UK issued a joint statement on Thursday expressing full support for Iran's nuclear deal, also known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Italy hits back after EU raises concerns over Rome’s growing deficit
The spat between Italy and the European Commission has resurfaced after the Italian government slammed the Brussels-based institution’s economic forecasts as ‘ungenerous’ and ‘bogus’.
UK has to fight EU parliament elections despite Brexit talks: Government
A senior minister of the British government has said that the country has no option but to hold the European Parliament elections as talks with the opposition on reaching a deal to withdraw from the European Union would not reach a conclusion before end of this month.
Juncker: EU should have spoken out against 'lies' in Brexit vote
The European Union was wrong to stay silent in 2016 during the campaign ahead of the British referendum on membership in the bloc because it should have corrected “lies” spread by the “Leave” side, the head of the European Commission said.

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