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France: Europe facing 'huge pressure' from US over Iran trade channel
European powers are facing huge pressure from the United States to drop their proposed trade channel with Iran, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Tuesday.
Trump’s threat of auto tariffs on Europe may really be a ‘Trojan horse’
President Donald Trump’s next trade battle could involve the US slapping steep tariffs on auto imports from Europe — but that wouldn’t really be the White House’s ultimate goal, one expert said on Wednesday.
Cash or competition? What is behind England's domination of Europe?
England’s Premier League claimed a clean sweep of all four places in the finals of Europe’s two club competitions as the most commercially successful league in the world finally translated its financial power into success on the field.
Warren Buffett says he wants to do more business in Britain, Europe
Billionaire Warren Buffett wants to do more business in the UK and Europe regardless of how Brexit turns out.
Europe's largest bank says its quarterly profit jumped 31%
SBC, Europe's largest bank, reported first-quarter earnings on Friday that beat expectations.
Another chance for Barca's old guard to leave heavier stamp on Europe
It was 10 years ago when Sir Alex Ferguson dubbed Barcelona the best team he had ever faced but those left from the Catalans’ iconic generation still have work to do.
Zarif raps Europe for delaying INSTEX launch
Iran once again complained about a delay by European partners in the 2015 nuclear deal to make operational a non-dollar direct payment channel with Tehran, saying they now have "no excuse" for further postponement of the project.
Dutch envoy: Europe still following up INSTEX
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.
UBS chairman: Europe running out of economic policy options to boost growth
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.
Stranded migrant boat appeals to Europe for port after eight days at sea
A charity ship with scores of African migrants on board appealed to European states for a safe port on Thursday after being stranded for eight days between Malta and Italy, saying the health of the rescued people was worsening.
Nationalist EU parties plan to join forces, but disagree on myriad issues
Nationalist anti-immigration parties plan to join forces following next month’s European Union parliamentary election, looking to create a new bloc to shake up the EU, officials from four groups said on Monday.
Pope blames Europe, US for selling weapons in war zones
Pope Francis blamed Europe and the United States for selling weapons in war zones, fueling conflicts and causing victims in Syria, Yemen and Afghanistan.

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