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EU says France, Italy's 2020 draft budgets at risk of breaching fiscal rules
The European Commission said on Wednesday that draft budgets for next year prepared by the French and Italian governments were at risk of violating European Union fiscal rules as they could miss their debt and deficit reduction targets.
EU to end all fossil fuel lending in two years
After months of contentious negotiations, the governing board of the European Investment Bank (EIB), the EU’s lending arm, voted to convert itself into a ‘climate bank’ — delivering a major policy promise of incoming EU Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen.
Turkey threatens to free Daesh prisoners over anger at EU
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday issued a veiled threat suggesting Turkey could release the Daesh terrorist inmates it holds and send them to Europe, due to anger at an EU decision to slap sanctions on Ankara over its drilling for natural gas in Mediterranean waters off Cyprus.
EU court rules goods from Israeli settlements must be labeled
The European Union's top court ruled on Tuesday that goods from Israeli settlements must be labeled as produced in occupied territory, a decision hailed by Palestinians and condemned by Israel.
Mogherini: EU reaffirms full commitment to Iran nuclear deal
European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says despite all difficulties, the bloc's foreign ministers have once again reaffirmed their support for the full implementation of a nuclear deal Iran clinched with major world powers in 2015.
EU extends sanctions against Venezuela for one year
The European Union has extended the sanctions against Venezuela for one year over the grave political and economic situation in the Latin American country.
EU restates commitment to try save JCPOA
We are told that senior personnel inside the EU's executive arm, the European Commission, are anxiously awaiting an assessment from the International Atomic Energy Agency regarding Tehran's compliance or otherwise with the terms of the Iran nuclear deal. We've been talking to an EU spokesperson about moves by Tehran to again reduce commitments it made under the landmark agreement in response to the actions and failures of others.
EU, signatories react to Iran’s new step away from JCPOA
The European Union and signatories to a 2015 deal on the Iranian nuclear program have reacted to Tehran’s decision to take a fourth step in scaling back its commitments under the agreement in reciprocation for Washington’s withdrawal.
EU calls on Israel to cease illegal settlement expansion in occupied West Bank
The European Union has called on Israeli authorities to put an end to their illegal settlement expansion activities in the occupies West Bank, as the Tel Aviv regime goes ahead with land expropriation and settlement construction policies in violation of international law and UN Security Council resolutions.
Jonathan Evans reiterates his pro-EU position at Policy Exchange event
The former director general of the British security service, MI5, has raised fears about the potentially adverse security implications of Brexit.
Far-right EU lawmakers visit Kashmir amid unrest
Clashes have broken out in Indian-controlled Kashmir while about 30 far-right European lawmakers were on a contentious visit to the disputed Himalayan region.
EU agrees to Brexit extension until Jan. 31: Donald Tusk
The European Union agreed on Monday to delay Brexit until Jan.31, said the bloc's chairman, Donald Tusk.
EU approves Brexit extension up to January 31
EU member states on Monday agreed to postpone Britain's divorce from the bloc for up to three months until January 31, with possible off-ramps beforehand.

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