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Europe cautions Turkey after referendum
Top European officials have reacted to the recent referendum in Turkey by calling on Ankara to choose its next steps carefully and seek broader consensus in implementing constitutional reforms.
Europe admits G20 economies will miss extra growth target
European Union finance ministers admitted on Saturday that the world's 20 biggest economies (G20) will miss their target of generating additional economic growth through reforms by 2018 and called for reflection on why they have failed.
Eurogroup chief says let's minimize the damage of Brexit
Britain and the remaining 27 members of the European Union should stay away from the 'cliff edge' of Britain falling back on World Trade Organisation terms of trade at the end of Brexit negotiations, Eurogroup chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem said.
Europe, world’s biggest internet child abuse hub: study
A new study conducted in Britain shows that Europe has overtaken North America as the largest internet hub for child sexual abuse imagery.
Swedish prostate cancer test to be introduced in Europe
A new test to improve prostate cancer diagnosis is to be tried out in clinics in Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium, according to a press release from Sweden's Karolinska Institutet.
OSCE’s Ukraine mission extended until March 31, 2018
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has decided to extend its mission to monitor Ukraine’s conflict for another year.
Turkish PM vows ‘harshest’ retaliation amid tensions with Europe
Turksih Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has vowed to take the most severe retaliatory measures after the Netherlands barred the flight of the Turkish top diplomat and deported the country's family minister.
Turkish PM vows ‘harshest’ retaliation amid tensions with Europe
Turksih Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has vowed to take the most severe retaliatory measures after the Netherlands barred the flight of the Turkish top diplomat and deported the family minister.
Proposed constitutional reforms in Turkey non-democratic: Council of Europe
The Council of Europe has censured a hotly-pursued drive by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to change the country’s parliamentary ruling system to a presidential one.
Proposed constitutional reforms in Turkey non-democratic: Council of Europe
The Council of Europe has censured a hotly-pursued drive by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to change the country’s parliamentary ruling system to a presidential one.
Turkish tensions with Europe risk spilling into Switzerland
Neutral Switzerland risks getting swept up in Turkey's political row with European countries as Swiss authorities weigh how to handle Turks' requests for asylum and a call to ban a rally on Sunday by Turkey's foreign minister.
Parliament permits export of surplus gas to Europe
The Iranian Parliament allowed the Oil Ministry to export surplus gas to Europe and neighboring countries in the Iranian year which starts on March 20.
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.

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