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EU Foreign Policy chief refers to assassination of Iran’s scientist as criminal act
The European Union’s foreign policy chief said the assassination of the Iranian prominent physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was a criminal act.
Time running out for Brexit trade deal, Britain, EU say
Britain and the European Union cautioned each other on Monday that time was running out for a Brexit trade deal as negotiators sparred over state aid, enforcement and fishing in a bid to avoid a tumultuous exit in just a month’s time.
Brexit talks continue as sticking points remain unsolved
Last-ditch Brexit trade talks continued in London on Sunday with fishing rights remaining an "outstanding major bone of contention," according to British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab.
Brexit negotiations restart in person as clock ticks down
Face-to-face negotiations between Britain and the European Union over a trade deal restarted on Saturday, in a last-ditch attempt to find agreement with just five weeks to go before their current relationship ends.
EU says Fakhrizadeh’s assassination ‘criminal act’
Ex-CIA chief: Scientist’s killing ‘act of state-sponsored terrorism’
Europe’s one-time bond market pariahs now locked in race to 0%
Less than a decade ago, when Portugal stood at the brink of bankruptcy, its bond rate jumped above 18%. This week it yielded next to nothing.
EU, UK say big differences remain over Brexit trade deal
The European Union and Britain said on Friday there were still substantial differences over a Brexit trade deal ahead of the EU chief negotiator’s travel to London in a last-ditch attempt to avoid a tumultuous finale to the five-year Brexit crisis.
Auditors raise 'red flag' over EU efforts to protect seas
Efforts to protect the European Union seas are failing to slow biodiversity loss or prevent overfishing, with the Mediterranean under particular threat, a report by auditors said.
Iran’s nine-month exports to EU up 13%
Iran’s trade with the European Union decreased by 11 percent in the first nine months of 2020 compared to the same period last year, amounting to €3.34 billion, while Iran’s exports to EU member states rose 13 percent.
UK, EU on course to strike trade deal despite public tensions
The UK and European Union are on course to strike a trade deal in coming days even though several big differences between them still need to be bridged, people close to the negotiations said.
EU says Brexit trade deal still snagged on three issues
The European Union and Britain remain at odds in last-ditch trade talks over fishing rights, guarantees of fair competition and ways to solve future disputes, even though they are very close to agreement on other issues, EU diplomats said on Friday.
EU says full implementation of Iran nuclear deal ‘essential’
The European Union on Wednesday voiced “resolute commitment” to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal – known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), saying the full implementation of the landmark accord is “essential”.
Majority of EU population feel good about bloc, study finds
More people hold a favorable view of the European Union than not in every member state surveyed in a new Pew Research Center poll, while positive opinions in Britain — which left the bloc in January — are the highest on record.
Iran’s seven-month trade with EU tops $8.8b: IRICA
Trade between Iran and the European Union during the first seven months of the current Iranian year (March 20-October 21) stood at over $8.8 billion, said the spokesman of Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA).

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