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EU door now shut to Britain: Ex-President Hollande
The door to the European Union is now closed to Britain and Europeans should not accept any attempt to reverse Brexit, former French President Francois Hollande warned in an interview with Britain's Daily Telegraph published on Thursday.
EU warns no Brexit deal without Ireland solution
Britain must come up with a solution for the Irish border after Brexit or there will be no divorce deal or transition period, EU President Donald Tusk warned on Wednesday.
France's Macron warns EU divisions like 'civil war'
French President Emmanuel Macron warned on Tuesday that divisions between democracy and authoritarianism in Europe were becoming like a "civil war."
Macron faces criticism at EU legislature over Syria strike
Russia: Syria gas attack staged by UK
International Desk
EU fails to agree on new Iran sanctions as Trump deadline nears
The European Union failed to agree on new sanctions against Iran amid Italy’s opposition and fears that such moves against Tehran would not stop US President Donald Trump from abandoning a separate nuclear deal.
Mogherini: Keeping Iran deal vital for EU
The European Union foreign policy chief said preserving Iran nuclear deal is vital for the European bloc.
EU has grown faster as market for UK  exports than Asia and US since Brexit vote
The EU has grown more strongly as a market for UK exporters than either Asia or North America over the past two years, a new survey suggested.
EU calls for investigation into Israeli crimes in Gaza
Spokesperson for EU Maja Kocijančič in a statement urged investigation into the crimes committed by the Zionist regime of Israel in Gaza Strip.
EU, Japan reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal
EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini spoke by phone with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and discussed the situation on the Korean Peninsula, the Iran nuclear deal and bilateral ties.
China, EU must take clear stance against US protectionism: Envoy
China has called on the European Union to help the Asian nation and take a joint stance against 'protectionism' by the United States as the retaliatory trade policies of Beijing and Washington seem to affect Europe.
EU says Facebook confirmed data of 2.7 million Europeans ‘improperly shared’
The European Union said that Facebook has said that up to 2.7 million people in the 28-nation bloc may have been victims of improper data sharing involving political data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica.
EU blames Moscow for UK spy attack, recalls envoy
European Union leaders blamed Russia on Thursday for a nerve agent attack in England, uniting behind British Prime Minister Theresa May and agreeing to recall their ambassador to Moscow for consultations.
EU gives Facebook ‘two weeks’ to answer data scandal questions, letter shows
The European Union has given Facebook two weeks to answer questions raised by the scandal over personal data harvested from the social network, according to extracts of a letter obtained by AFP today.
Erdogan says Turkey still aims for 'full membership' of EU
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday insisted that Turkey still aimed to become a full member of the EU, hours ahead of a crunch summit with the bloc's chiefs aimed at restoring damaged ties.
Trump temporarily excludes EU, six other allies from steel tariffs
US President Donald Trump has temporarily excluded six countries, including Canada and Mexico, and European Union states from higher US import duties on steel and aluminum meant to come into effect on Friday.

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