Today @ 09:28
Finland’s new PM, Stubb, is facing a coalition split over plans for a Russian-built nuclear plant.
11.09.14 @ 08:39
08.09.14 @ 10:11
03.09.14 @ 08:31
17.09.14 @ 09:26
Palestinian people fleeing Israel’s occupation of Gaza were most of the victims in the Malta boat incident last week.
16.09.14 @ 13:26
The EU is preparing to unveil new aid for fruit producers hit by the Russia food ban.
15.09.14 @ 16:02
Nato has described Russia and Islamic State as the two main threats to Western security, but says it can still talk to Russia.
16.09.14 @ 15:22
Ukraine has granted semi-autonomy to pro-Russia rebels, the same day as ratifying a strategic EU treaty.
16.09.14 @ 09:26
The EU is pressing member states to step up efforts against Ebola as the epidemic continues to spread through west Africa.
15.09.14 @ 09:27
Two hundred US soldiers are being deployed in west Ukraine amid the Russia-Ukraine war. Kiev also says some Nato states are delivering weapons to "stop Putin".
12.09.14 @ 20:03
Ukraine and the EU are to delay the entry into life of a strategic trade treaty for more than one year due to Russian concerns.
11.09.14 @ 18:55
Poland and Slovakia have said gas supplies from Russia are down, as the EU prepares to impose new sanctions.
10.09.14 @ 20:38
Most Europeans say Ukraine should be invited to join the EU and want tougher sanctions on Russia.
08.09.14 @ 09:29
Romanian president Basescu has said Nato has a contingency plan for the "0.01 percent" chance that Russia will one day attack his country.
12.09.14 @ 09:29
EU countries have added Russia’s top oil firms, an oligarch, and a leading nationalist MP to their blacklist.
11.09.14 @ 09:18
The EU foreign relations chief is to move her office back to the European Commission to steer a cell of top officials on external policy.
09.09.14 @ 09:27
EU countries have adopted a new round of sanctions against Russia, but cannot agree when or whether to implement them.
08.09.14 @ 09:29
Russia’s abduction of an Estonian officer poses questions on Nato’s Article V, the Baltic state’s former intelligence chief has said.
News in Brief
- Russia says EU-Ukraine trade deal to be 'modified'@ 18:02
- Bulgarian police beat up Syrian refugees, says NGO@ 17:58
- EU parliament sets conditions for Azerbaijan treaty@ 17:19
- Airlines can charge extra baggage fees, EU court rules@ 17:07
- Finland backs Russia nuclear plant, Greens leave government@ 16:38
- Putin: My troops could reach Warsaw in two days@ 11:13
- Brussels braced for police demonstration@ 09:18
- Irish plans for banning tobacco logos disputed@ 09:18
- Voting under way in Scottish independence referendum@ 09:29
- Finnish PM faces backlash over Russia nuclear plant@ 09:28
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- FeatureScotland prepares for life after referendum17'th @ 09:57
- Most Malta boat victims were Gaza refugees17'th @ 09:26
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