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European Union eyes Coronavirus vaccines at less than $40

European Union bloc has deemed vaccine alliance co-led by World Health Organization slow and high-cost while eyes for vaccines at less than $40. The European...

Muslim prayers held in the iconic Hagia Sophia for first time...

Muslim prayers have been held in iconic Hagia Sophia after the reconversion of the Istanbul landmark into a mosque earlier this month. The Friday prayers...

Former journalist launches Italexit party to push for leaving EU

Former journalist and Italian senator Gianluigi Paragone presents his Italexit party, which aims to take Italy out of the European Union. An Italian senator has...

Boris Johnson says UK was not influenced by Russia in Brexit...

Boris Johnson has rejected any suggestion that Britain’s vote to leave the European Union had been influenced by Russian interference. A day after a report...

Greece warns of EU sanctions to Turkey if no retreat from...

Greece says there should be no alternative but EU sanctions against Turkey if does not back down to explore for natural resources in the...

European Union recovery fund plan hangs in balance

European Union plan to breathe life into economies throttled by coronavirus pandemic hung in the balance as leaders quarrelled over the level of spending. On...

Britain will not join the EU’s COVID vaccine scheme

Britain has turned down the chance to join a 2.4 billion euro ($2.7 billion) European Union plan to secure advance purchases of promising COVID-19...

Serbia, Kosovo renew talks on most intractable territorial disputes

Serbia and Kosovo leaders begin the 'very difficult' process aimed at resolving their territorial dispute led by French President and German Chancellor. The leaders of...

Italian Lega Nord opens office near old Communist HQ in symbolic...

Italian Lega Nord right-wing League party opens office near old Communist headquarters keen to present itself as the new defender of Italy’s working class. The...

Britain ready to quit EU on ‘Australia terms’ if no deal

Britain will be ready to quit its transitional arrangements with EU “on Australia terms” if no deal on their future relationship is reached,PM Johnson...

German financial watchdog in EU crosshairs over Wirecard bust

German financial watchdog under investigation,Rare move by EU piles embarrassment on Berlin days before it is due to take over the EU's rotating presidency. European...

Italian FM reaches Tripoli on unannounced visit for talks with GNA...

Italian FM made an unannounced visit to Tripoli, where he held talks with Fayez al-Sarraj, prime minister of internationally-recognised government. Visit by Luidi di Maio...

Ankara slams EU mission to contain arms to Libya

Ankara says European Union mission turned a blind eye to weapons sent to Khalifa Haftar, who fights against Turkey-backed GNA. Turkey has criticised a European...

Britain warns EU trade deal will be difficult if no progress...

Britain warned EU that it would be difficult to conclude a Brexit free trade deal by end of the year unless broad agreement had...

German federal prosecutors accuse Russia in murder of former Chechen rebel

German federal prosecutors have accused Russia of ordering murder of former Chechen rebel Tornike K. in Berlin,which strained diplomatic ties. German prosecutors accused Russia on...

Turkish warplanes attack PKK sites in Iraq

Turkish Warplanes took off from various air bases in Turkey, targeting PKK multiple areas including Qandil stronghold in northern Iraq. Turkish warplanes struck more than...

Greece ready to open to tourists but safety top priority

Greece Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has said the safety of tourists is a top priority for us as we are opening airports to foreign...

European Union to start allowing in outside travellers from July

European Union will not open internal borders before end of June, meaning restrictions on travel to and from other countries will start easing in...

Erdogan vows more support to secure gains in Libya conflict

Erdogan vowed to ramp up Turkey’s support for its ally in Libya to lock in recent military gains, promised joint exploration for oil at...

Legal agreement reached between Russian firm,French far-right party

Legal agreement reached between France's far-right National Rally party led by Marine Le Pen and a Russian firm over a $10.1m debt dispute. National Rally...

Poland rescheduled presidential election on June 28

Poland has rescheduled presidential election on June 28 that was cancelled last month amid the coronavirus pandemic,setting the stage for a short campaign. Poland picked...

Kosovo elects new government with promising deal with Serbia

Kosovo has elected a new government with a prime minister promising to reach a deal on normalising ties with Serbia that will lead to...
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