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US, Britain no longer reliable partners for EU: Merkel
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned members of the European Union (EU) that they should no longer count on the United States and Britain as reliable partners, saying that the continental bloc "must take its fate into its own hands.”
Hurriyet: Erdogan says EU presented Turkey with new 12-month diplomatic timetable
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the European Union had presented Turkey with a new 12-month timetable for renewing their relations, the Hurriyet daily said on Saturday.
EU says talks with Trump resulted in no common position on Russia
Senior officials at the European Union have revealed that talks with US President Donald Trump have failed to reach a united stance on Russia.
EU says talks with Trump resulted in no common position on Russia
Senior officials at the European Union have revealed that talks with US President Donald Trump have failed to reach a united stance on Russia.
EU: Portugal back to fiscal health
Portugal has become the latest bailed-out eurozone country to receive a clean bill of health from the European Commission after its budget deficit fell to two percent of GDP last year.
EU's Barnier gets green light for Brexit talks
EU ministers on Monday unanimously gave Frenchman Michel Barnier the green light to start what they warned would be "very difficult" talks with Britain over its exit from the bloc.
Portuguese official optimistic about EU-Iran gas deal
Iran has invested in Sines port to operate the LPG shipments with Portugal, Ruben Eiras, an advisor in Portugal's Ministry of Sea told Trend News Agency.
Statistics center: Italy is Iran's top EU trade partner
A statistics center has designated Italy as Iran's top trade partner among EU member states in the first quarter of 2017.
EU: Paris agreement on climate change irreversible
The Paris Agreement on global warming is 'irreversible and non-negotiable', the European Union has said in a blunt warning to climate science denier Donald Trump.
EU to launch military HQ within days: Mogherini
The EU foreign policy chief says remaining differences over a planned military headquarters have been resolved and it could be formally launched in a few days.
EU launches ‘dieselgate’ case against Italy
The EU launched infringement proceedings against Italy on Wednesday for failing to adequately investigate emissions cheating allegations against automaker Fiat.
EU pushes Myanmar for aid access in northern Rakhine
A senior European Union official urged Myanmar to allow full aid access to the north of Rakhine state, where thousands have fled their homes after a months-long army crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
Iran's exports to EU rise by degrees
Exports of 20 major types of goods from Iran to the European Union rose by between 28 and 100 percent in the Iranian year to March 20, 2017 against the figures for five years before Iran and world powers implemented the nuclear deal called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Court ruling on EU-Singapore pact could give the UK Brexit clues
UK Prime Minister Theresa May could get a taste of what’s in store for Britain when the European Union’s top court spells out how the EU should ratify a free trade pact with Singapore, the tiger economy some want post-Brexit Britain to emulate.
Brexit minister: Britain gearing up for EU rows
Britain is gearing up for rows with the EU over the structure of divorce talks and the future role of the European court, fueling an increasingly bitter war of words before negotiations begin.

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