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Mogherini: Iran-Europe trade up by 94% after JCPOA
European Union foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, said trade between Iran and Europe increased 94 percent in the first half of 2017, compared to the first half of 2016, after the signing of the 2015 nuclear deal.
UN warns of new Syria refugee flow into Europe
The United Nations has warned that Europe should anticipate droves of Syrian refugees if aid programs in Syria’s neighboring countries and other places are not sustained.
Europe must work With Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif has urged the European Union to work with Tehran and not to be towed away by the White House.
Europe defends Iran nuclear deal
The European Union's top diplomat says the United States stepping away from a landmark nuclear deal would be counterproductive and insisted other disputes with Tehran should be tackled otherwise.
Europe falling behind China over Iran investments
Indications are growing that China is already cementing its foothold in the Iranian economy through a heavy campaign of investments in the country’s infrastructure projects.
EU says renegotiating Iran deal not possible
The European Union (EU) says the articles of a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six other countries are highly technical and there is no possibility of renegotiating the agreement — even partially.
UN steps up action against abuse of refugees, including in Libya
The United Nations (UN) has begun actively addressing the abuse of refugees along Central Mediterranean routes from Africa to Europe, including the treatment of refugees as slaves in Libya.
US will confront Russia’s aggression against Europe: Tillerson
The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has sent a message to Moscow, saying Washington will confront Russia’s ‘aggression’ against its European neighbors.
China’s premier attends summit with eastern European nations
China’s premier is attending a meeting with 16 countries from central and Eastern Europe.
Thousands rally in Europe to decry slavery in Libya
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in different European capitals for a second day to express anger at the practice of slavery in Libya.
European Parliament’s Iran Group chair arrives in Tehran
Chair of the European Parliament’s (EP) group for relations with Iran arrived in Tehran on Saturday heading a delegation.
Asian, European FMs voice strong support for Iran nuclear deal
Foreign ministers of the Asia–Europe Meeting (ASEM) have backed the multinational deal on the Iranian nuclear program, calling on all the relevant parties to honor their obligations under the international document.
Germany hosting forum on Iran-Europe banking, business
The German city of Frankfurt is hosting the 5th Banking and Business Forum Iran Europe.
Central Europe grows at fastest in nine years
Central Europe’s fastest expansion for nine years and strong growth in German spurred the EU’s vigorous economic recovery in the third quarter.
London will remain Europe's financial capital
Michael Bloomberg, the businessman and former New York mayor, said London will remain a global financial capital after Brexit.

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