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World  /  Published 22.06.21

Belarus hit by a wave of new sanctions

Western powers hit Belarus with a wave of new sanctions on Monday in a coordinated response to Minsk’s forced landing of a Ryanair plane last month to arrest a journalist on board, an act that i...
By Reuters in Brussels

World  /  Published 21.06.21

Pause in Iran nuclear dialogue

Negotiators for Iran and six world powers on Sunday adjourned talks on reviving their 2015 nuclear deal and return to respective capitals for consultations as remaining differences still need to be ov...
By Reuters in Vienna

World  /  Published 16.06.21

US, EU to end feud over aircraft subsidy

President Biden on Tuesday announced the end of a bitter, 17-year dispute with the EU over aircraft subsidies for Boeing and Airbus, suspending the threat of billions of dollars in punitive tariffs on...
By Steven Erlanger, Michael D. Shear in Brussels

World  /  Published 05.06.21

FB faces 2 antitrust probes in Europe

EU and British regulators said on Friday that they were beginning separate antitrust inquiries into Facebook, broadening their efforts to rein in the world’s largest technology companies. The i...
By Adam Satariano in London

World  /  Published 29.05.21

Lukashenko seeks Russia help over EU showdown

Belarus’s authoritarian leader will discuss closer economic ties with Russia on Friday, as he seeks support from his main backer amid a bruising showdown with the EU over the forced diversion of...
By AP via PTI in Moscow

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World  /  Published 29.05.21

EU allows Pfizer jab for adolescents

Europe’s medicines regulator on Friday backed the use of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine for children as young as 12, paving the way for a broader roll-out in the region after similar clearances...
By Reuters in London

World  /  Published 26.05.21

Airlines shun Belarus, Europe ban likely

Belarus did not immediately comment on the torture allegation but has consistently denied abusing detainees. Rights groups have documented hundreds of cases of what they describe as abuse and forced c...
By Reuters in Vilnius, Lithuania

World  /  Published 25.05.21

US asks Belarus to release journalist

International outrage mounted on Monday as new details emerged about a brazen operation by the strongman leader of Belarus to divert a Ryanair passenger jet and arrest a dissident Belarusian journalis...
By Anton Troianovski and Marc Santora in Moscow

Business  /  Published 18.05.21

US,Europe look to end trade tiff

The European Union has agreed to a partial truce with the United States in a dispute over metal tariffs imposed by former president Donald Trump and to start discussions on global overcapacity and Chi...
By Reuters in Brussels

World  /  Published 15.05.21

FB loses fight over EU-US data transfers

Facebook lost a legal battle on Friday with Ireland’s data privacy watchdog over an EU privacy decision that could result in the social network being forced to stop transferring data to the US.&...
By AP via PTI in London


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