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U.S.' Georgia Support Act and deeper relations with EU key results of year - Georgian minister

TBILISI - The deepening of Georgia's cooperation with the European Union and NATO and the adoption of the Georgia Support Act by the U.S. Co...

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Chizhov: EU concerned by INF Treaty's fate, but is guided by U.S. stance to detriment of EU's own interests

MOSCOW - Countries of the European Union deem it necessary for the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty to be preserved, but continue ...

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Russia should not leave Council of Europe - Slutsky

MOSCOW - Russia should not leave the Council of Europe, State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Leonid Slutsky said at a press conference ...

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Europe’s Leading Marine Deity Barred from EU Fisheries Meeting

BRUSSELS - Poseidon, the well-known god of the sea, and his Minister for the Ocean, slammed EU fisheries ministers for refusing th...

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EU trust fund for Africa: flexible emergency tool, but lacking focus, say auditors

The EU Emergency Trust Fund (EUTF) for Africa is a flexible tool for providing assistance in areas such as food, education, health, security and...

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EU steps up fake news fight before elections

BRUSSELS - The European Union launched Wednesday a system for member countries to alert each other to online disinformation spread by opponents ...

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EU Floods Directive 2007 had positive effects overall, but planning and implementation now need improvements, warn auditors

The EU Directive of 2007 led to progress in assessing the risks of floods, but the planning and implementation of flood protection sho...

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EU defense ministers discuss transatlantic cooperation in Brussels

TALLINN – During a meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, Estonia's Defense Minister Juri Luik and ministers of defense of the other European...

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Brexit deal fails five million people' - say citizens' rights campaigners

BRUSSELS/BERLIN/LUXEMBOURG/LONDON - Citizens’ rights groups the3million and British in Europe have reacted with anger and disappointment a...

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EU passenger rights are comprehensive, but passengers still need to fight for them, say Auditors

The EU system of passenger rights is well developed, but passengers need to fight hard in order to benefit from them, according to a new report ...

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