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Eurofer: Iran third-largest steel exporter to Europe
The European Steel Association — Eurofer — reported a significant rise in Iran's steel exports to Europe, noting that the country is now the third-biggest exporter to the continent after China and India.
US, Europe instrumental in Mideast bitter events: Leader
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has blamed the United States and many European countries for the bitter events in the Middle East.
US shares election-hacking information with Europe: Report
US intelligence agencies are working with European governments to prevent the kind of Russian cyber attacks that were allegedly carried out to influence the 2016 US presidential election, a new reports says.
German industrial output down in Dec.
Official figures show that Germany’s industrial production dropped in December with capital goods suffering the worst fall among other sectors of Europe’s largest economy.
Islamic finance sees big growth in Europe
In today’s connected world of business, Islamic finance is a concept that people working in the banking and finance industries are likely to come across in their careers.
Hollande: Europe must have 'firm' response to Trump
French President Francois Hollande on Saturday urged Europe to be "firm" in its response to US President Donald Trump, who a day earlier called Britain's exit from the bloc a "wonderful thing".
Trump administration challenge for Europe, France's Hollande says
French President Francois Hollande has warned that the new US administration led by President Donald Trump poses "challenges" for Europe amid concerns over a series of controversial policies adopted or expected to be taken by the billionaire mogul.
Europe preparing for biggest Iran oil imports
Europe is poised to receive the most Iranian crude in about five years this month in a sign that the Persian Gulf nation may be regaining its share of a market it had lost to sanctions.
Merkel, Hollande call for European unity in face of big challenges
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande underscored the need for European unity in the face of growing internal and external threats, including the rise of populism across Europe and U.S. threats to abandon free trade.
Europe faces droughts, floods, storms
Europe’s Atlantic-facing countries will suffer heavier rainfalls, greater flood risk, more severe storm damage and an increase in ‘multiple climatic hazards’, according to the most comprehensive study of Europe’s vulnerability to climate change yet.
Le Pen says Brexit will have domino effect
French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said on Saturday that Britain's vote to leave the European Union would have a domino effect across the bloc.
Europe cold front endangers 23,000 child migrants
More than 23,000 child refugees and migrants could risk respiratory infections, ‘even death from hypothermia’, due to sub-freezing temperatures across Europe, warned the UN children's fund UNICEF on Friday.
Storm Egon batters Europe, killing two
A powerful winter storm battered Europe on Friday, killing one woman and leaving 330,000 homes without power in France as flights and train services were canceled and coastal areas put on flood alert.
Death toll from cold weather rising in Europe
Authorities in Europe have raised the death toll from the recent cold snap in the continent to at least 73 people, as heavy snow further blankets eastern European countries, where many refugees are living in already poor conditions.
Blizzards, icy weather continue grip on Europe, causing deaths
Heavy snow fall and below-freezing temperatures continued to sweep across the European continent Saturday causing deaths, and grounding airplanes and crippling ferries in Turkey.

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