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Iran official dubs Europe’s sanction-evading trade tool ‘ineffective’
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said a European financial mechanism to facilitate trade with Iran has not been effective so far, describing it as a “weak system”.
Erdogan threatens again to open Europe floodgates for refugees
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on a visit to EU member Hungary repeated his threat Thursday to "open the gates" for millions of refugees eager to flee to Europe unless more international support was provided.
NATO 'brain dead', Europe on 'edge of precipice': Macron
French President Emmanuel Macron says he believes NATO is now experiencing "brain death", citing a lack of coordination between Europe and the US and unilateral actions in Syria by Turkey.
Iran exports micro gas turbines to Europe
Iranian experts have produced a micro gas turbine with the capability of simultaneous production of electricity and heat which has attracted customers from Europe.
Britain will have to send a commissioner to Europe, von der Leyen says
Britain will have to propose a candidate for a commissioner in the next European Commission if it is still a member of the European Union after Oct. 31, incoming Commission head Ursula von der Leyen said on Thursday.
UN study narrows down why Africans make fraught journey to Europe
Migrants take dangerous routes from Africa to Europe not because they need protection or jobs but because their countries do not meet their aspirations quickly enough, a new study by the UN's development agency found.
Europe must brace for new refugee wave: Greek PM
Europe must be ready for the possibility of a new refugee influx, Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis warned Wednesday, as an unfolding Turkish invasion in Syria could see more people flee the already war-ravaged region.
Little progress made in tackling air pollution in Europe, research says
Little progress has been made on tackling air quality in Europe, new research shows, despite public outcry in many countries and increasing awareness of the health impacts of pollution.
Saudi Arabia to execute dozens of dissidents, warns Europe-based rights organization
A Europe-based organization seeking to promote human rights in Saudi Arabia says the kingdom continues to violate human rights and freedom of religion, warning that Saudi officials plan to execute dozens of imprisoned political dissidents.
Eight European states join INSTEX mechanism, says Russian envoy
Eight European countries have joined INSTEX, the mechanism of financial settlements with Iran aimed at facilitating trade with Iran bypassing US restrictions, Russia’s permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna Mikhail Ulyanov wrote on his Twitter account on Friday.
Europe unable to stand up to US: Zarif
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif criticized Europe for failing to save the 2015 nuclear deal from unraveling.
Europeans jump on US bandwagon, cannot be trusted: Leader
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said Iran should no longer put its trust in the Europeans as they fulfilled none of their commitments under a 2015 international nuclear deal with Iran following Washington's withdrawal from the pact.

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