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‘Standing up to hate-inciting populists does work’: Human Rights Watch report
Human Rights Watch praises France under Macron for tackling xenophobia, but blasts Austria and the Netherlands for pandering to populists.
EU 'hearts still open' to Brexit reversal
European Union leaders love-bombed Britain on Tuesday, holding the door open for it to change its mind about ending its four-decade membership of the bloc next year.
EU to remove Panama, Korea, UAE from tax haven blacklist
European Union officials have proposed removing eight jurisdictions from the blacklist of tax havens the bloc adopted in December, in what critics may see as a blow to its campaign against tax avoidance.
Why is European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 important
Cultural heritage plays an important role in the history and identity of European countries and indeed of the continent as a whole. It is a vital part of Europe's economy and promoting cultural treasures will help to boost growth and employment.
Bulgaria targets better Turkey ties in EU presidency
Bulgaria said Friday it wants to use its EU presidency to improve the bloc's relations with Turkey "without hiding the problems", after ties soured over Ankara's crackdown following an attempted coup.
EU, UN condemn Israel’s settlement approvals
The European Union condemned Israel’s settlement approvals as “further jeopardizing the prospect of a contiguous and viable future Palestinian state.”
UK, Germany and France urge US not to tear up Iran nuclear deal
Three EU signatories to 2015 deal say Iran is respecting agreement that has made world safer and ‘prevented potential nuclear arms race’
Washington’s closest allies have sent a carefully timed warning to Donald Trump not to tear up the Iran nuclear deal, saying it is essential for international security, and no better alternative has been suggested by the White House.
European powers line up to support Iran deal as Donald Trump considers imposing new sanctions
The EU and other world powers have repeatedly warned it would be a mistake for anyone to abandon the deal, thrashed out with Iran over 12 years by the US, Britain, France, China, Germany and Russia
EU voices strong support for Iranian nuclear deal amid US threats
European powers have reaffirmed their determination to preserve Iran’s nuclear agreement against the backdrop of US efforts to undermine the landmark multinational deal.
EU, Norway to convene urgent meeting of Palestine donors
The EU and Norway are set to convene an “extraordinary session” of donor countries to Palestine after the US’s pro-Israel policy shift on Jerusalem al-Quds and its threat to cut aid to the UN’s Palestinian refugee agency.
EU calls on Myanmar to free Reuters journalists
The European Union called on the Myanmar authorities to release two Reuters journalists after a court hearing in Yangon on Wednesday at which prosecutors sought charges against them under the Official Secrets Act.
Macron says EU needs coordinated stance on Chinese trade
French President Emmanuel Macron called on Tuesday for a more coordinated European approach to trade with China during an official visit to Beijing.
Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage says EU doesn’t understand Brexit
Leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage accused European Union negotiator Michel Barnier of failing to understand why Britain voted to leave the bloc after the two men held their first official meeting on Monday.
Erdogan: Turkey 'tired' of EU membership process
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Ankara is ‘tired’ of its sluggish European Union membership process, noting that it cannot indefinitely be requesting to join the bloc.

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