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European Parliament urges arms embargo on Riyadh over Khashoggi murder, Yemen war
The European Parliament called on European Union (EU) member states to impose an arms embargo on Saudi Arabia over its gruesome murder of well-known dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and the Saudi devastating war on Yemen.
EU chief takes aim at Turkey over rows with neighbors
The European Union on Wednesday warned Turkey against trying to threaten Greece, as tensions grow over energy reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Brussels considers EU equality law change to tackle racism
Brussels will consider upgrading the European Union’s race equality law as it sets out a sweeping plan to tackle discrimination against people from a black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) background.
Johnson accuses EU of plotting food 'blockade' on UK
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accused the European Union of threatening to impose a food "blockade" between Britain and Northern Ireland that could tear the UK apart, throwing new fuel on the fire of simmering Brexit talks.
Zarif urges EU to stand up to US for JCPOA implementation
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said if the European Union wants Iran to resume its voluntary transparency-focused and confidence-building measures (CBMs) concerning its nuclear energy program, the bloc should resist the US “economic terrorism” targeting the Islamic Republic.
UK publishes controversial EU Brexit bill
PM accused of presiding over a “rogue state”
Britain’s government on Wednesday published a new bill governing post-Brexit trading arrangements within the UK that by its own admission violates its treaty with the European Union.
EU warns Serbia over Al-Quds embassy move
The EU voiced “serious concern and regret” on Monday over Belgrade’s commitment to move its embassy in Israel to Al-Quds (Jerusalem), casting a shadow over the resumption of Serbia-Kosovo talks.
Brexit back in crisis as UK threatens to undercut divorce pact
Britain's tortuous divorce from the European Union veered into fresh crisis on Monday after London signaled it could undermine the exit agreement with Brussels unless free trade terms are agreed by next month.
UK warns EU on Brexit: We won't blink first
Britain will not blink in Brexit trade negotiations with the European Union and is not scared of a no-deal exit, the country's top Brexit negotiator warned the bloc on Sunday.
EU, NATO make destructive statements on Belarus, says Lavrov
The European Union and NATO make destructive statements on Belarus, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday.
Schmid hails unity among JCPOA parties to preserve nuclear deal
Secretary-General of the European External Action Service Helga Schmid in a Twitter message referred to Iran nuclear deal Joint Commission meeting which was held in Vienna on Tuesday lauding the unity among JCPOA parties to preserve the deal.
EU distances itself from US on Iran sanctions
The European Union Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Spokesperson Peter Stano has recently said that the bloc remains committed to implementing the Iran nuclear deal as a matter of respecting international agreements.
EU warns Brexit deal unlikely as talks deliver no progress
The EU and Britain on Friday traded blame for the lack of progress after the latest round of post-Brexit trade talks, with Brussels warning that a deal looked unlikely.
Terrorists organizing murder from safe havens in US, EU: Zarif
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif lashed out at Western countries for financing and harboring terrorists, saying the safe havens provided for these groups in the United States and Europe have given them a platform for organizing the murder of innocent civilians.

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