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France wildfires force mass evacuation
Wildfires in south-eastern France have forced the evacuation of 10,000 people overnight, officials said.
BMW, VW, Daimler shares skid on EU probe of German carmakers
German auto stocks took a hit in early Monday trading, weighed down by uncertainty over possible antitrust fines after European regulators said that they were investigating allegations that carmakers were operating a cartel.
Minister: Britain needs transitional deal with EU, to end before next election
British Trade Minister Liam Fox said on Sunday that he backed a transition agreement to smooth Britain's departure from the European Union, but it would have to come to an end before the next election due in 2022.
EU: Trade with Iran ongoing despite challenges
The European Union said economic engagement with Iran has been ongoing since a multilateral nuclear deal with the country despite “existing challenges,” an apparent acknowledgement of the United States’ attempts to throw a wrench into the works.
Hungarian PM offers support to Poland in row with EU
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Saturday that Budapest would defend Poland as the European Union threatens Warsaw with sanctions over its plans to extend government control over its courts.
Bank of America picks Dublin for EU hub
Bank of America has chosen Dublin as its new base to service EU clients as part of its Brexit contingency plans.
Poland approve court reform in defiance of protests, EU
Poland’s senate approved a controversial reform of the Supreme Court early Saturday, despite warnings from the European Union, appeals from Washington and massive street protests against the measure.
EU urge UK to clarify stance on citizens’ rights, exit bill
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator has called on Britain to clarify key issues, including its exit bill and the rights of citizens after the second round of talks wrapped up EU headquarters with "fundamental" differences remaining.
Iran deal outcome of collective global cooperation: Mogherini
The EU foreign policy chief say the “strong” nuclear deal struck in 2015 between Iran and the P5+1 states is the outcome of “collective cooperation,” emphasizing that the landmark accord does not just belong to the signatories but the entire global community.
EU targets Iran’s steel exports with hefty duties
The European Union is targeting Iran’s hot-rolled steel, planning to hit imports from the country with punitive trade tariffs.
EU: JCPOA Joint Commission to meet in Vienna on July 21
A meeting of the Joint Commission of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) will be held on July 21 in Vienna, chaired by Deputy Secretary General of European External Action Service (EEAS) Helga Schmid.
Iran's oil exports to EU stand at 1 mbd
Iran's crude oil and condensate exports to Europe has reached one million barrels per day.
Brexit talks get to 'heart of the matter'
Britain and the EU vowed to get to the “heart of the matter” as they launched fresh Brexit talks in Brussels on Monday, even as bitter infighting gripped the British government.
Belgium must withdraw frigates off Libya: Minister
Belgium should withdraw its frigate from an EU mission to break up human trafficking networks near Libya because the presence of such vessels encouraged migrants to make the perilous journey across the central Mediterranean, the migration minister said.
Merkel voices renewed commitment to European Union
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she has found new commitment to the European Union (EU) as a unified entity ahead of general elections in her country.

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