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  • Exporters Body for Free Trade Agreement With China

    Exporters Body for Free Trade Agreement With China

    The Federation of India Export Organisations (FIEO) pitched for a free trade agreement (FTA) with China on Thursday, saying it would help in boosting India's exports.

  • Turkey Summons German Ambassador over Spying Report

    Turkey Summons German Ambassador over Spying Report

    Turkey summoned the German ambassador in Ankara on Monday over a report in magazine Der Spiegel that Germany's BND intelligence agency had been spying on its NATO ally for years, a Turkish foreign ministry official said.

  • EU Gives European Governments Go-Ahead to Arm Iraqi Kurds

    EU Gives European Governments Go-Ahead to Arm Iraqi Kurds

    The European Union gave a green light on Friday to individual EU governments to supply arms and ammunition to Iraqi Kurds battling Islamist militants, provided they had the consent of authorities in Baghdad.

  • Seeing Iraq Horror, Europe Pledges Aid and Arms

    Seeing Iraq Horror, Europe Pledges Aid and Arms

    The European Union on Friday sought to forge a unified response to the rapid advance of Islamic militants in Iraq and the resulting refugee crisis, with several EU nations pledging more humanitarian aid and raising the possibility of directly arming ...

  • Czechs Looking at Ways to Supply Arms to Iraqi Kurds: Foreign Minister

    Czechs Looking at Ways to Supply Arms to Iraqi Kurds: Foreign Minister

    The Czech government is looking for ways to supply weapons to Iraqi Kurds battling Islamic State militants, including through private companies, Czech Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaoralek was quoted as saying on Wednesday.

  • Russia Food Ban Hurts Moldova, Bad Omen for Others

    Russia Food Ban Hurts Moldova, Bad Omen for Others

    Farmer Sergiu Calmac watches as row upon row of juicy red apples once destined for Russia ripen, fall to the ground and start to rot. Two weeks before Russia banned most food from the West, it placed a similar embargo on produce closer to home in Mol...

  • France Pushes Urgent EU Meeting on Arms to Iraq

    France Pushes Urgent EU Meeting on Arms to Iraq

    France's foreign minister on Tuesday said his European colleagues should be recalled from their holidays for an urgent meeting about delivering arms to Kurds fighting Islamic extremists in Iraq.

  • France Asks EU to 'Mobilise' to Arm Kurds in Iraq

    France Asks EU to 'Mobilise' to Arm Kurds in Iraq

    French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, today, called on the European Union to "mobilise" to respond to appeals from Iraqi Kurds for arms to fight Islamic State jihadists.

  • European Union Urges Turkey PM Erdogan Play Conciliatory Role After Poll Win

    European Union Urges Turkey PM Erdogan Play Conciliatory Role After Poll Win

    The European Union on Monday called on Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to play a conciliatory role in Turkey, a day after he won the Turkish presidency after one round of voting.

  • France Looking at Supplying Iraqi Kurds With Arms: Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius

    France Looking at Supplying Iraqi Kurds With Arms: Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius

    France, in consultation with its EU partners, is looking at supplying arms to Iraq's Kurds to fight against Islamic State jihadists, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Sunday.

  • France to Deliver First Aid Equipment to Iraq 'In Coming Hours'

    France to Deliver First Aid Equipment to Iraq 'In Coming Hours'

    France will begin delivery of first aid equipment to Iraq "in the coming hours", the president's office said on Saturday.

  • Fierce Ukraine Border Battles as Sanctions War Heats Up

    Fierce Ukraine Border Battles as Sanctions War Heats Up

    Fierce battles on Ukraine's porous eastern border left 15 government servicemen dead as fears of a possible invasion swirled after NATO urged Moscow to withdraw its troops along the frontier.

  • Delhi Becoming World's E-Waste Dumping Yard: Report

    Delhi Becoming World's E-Waste Dumping Yard: Report

    The Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) is fast turning into the world's e-waste dumping yard with the capital alone getting 86 per cent of waste generated in the developed world, a report said.

  • ECB Set To Hold Fire On Rates, Eyes Risks From Ukraine Conflict

    ECB Set To Hold Fire On Rates, Eyes Risks From Ukraine Conflict

    The European Central Bank is set to hold fire on rates on Thursday as it waits for earlier stimulus measures to gain traction, while keeping an eye on emerging risks from the conflict in Ukraine.

  • Wikipedia Fights Back Against Europe's 'Right to be Forgotten'

    Wikipedia Fights Back Against Europe's 'Right to be Forgotten'

    Wikipedia fought back against Europe's "right to be forgotten" by listing the online encyclopaedia's articles removed from search results, snubbing a court ruling that allows people to stop personal information appearing under Internet searches.

  • Germany, France, Britain Propose EU Mission to Open Gaza Crossing

    Germany, France, Britain Propose EU Mission to Open Gaza Crossing

    Germany, France and Britain proposed reactivating a European Union mission to reopen the Rafah crossing on the Egypt-Gaza border to help stabilise the Palestinian enclave after a month-long war, a German diplomatic source said on Wednesday.

  • Vladimir Putin Orders Import Limits over Sanctions

    Vladimir Putin Orders Import Limits over Sanctions

    President Vladimir Putin has ordered government agencies to restrict imports of food and agricultural products from the countries that have imposed sanctions against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.

  • Death Toll Rises in Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict

    Death Toll Rises in Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict

    Azerbaijan and Armenia on Monday both reported more losses in a sharp escalation of fighting over the South Caucasus region Nagorno-Karabakh, with 18 soldiers now confirmed dead.

  • European Shares Halt Sell-off; Portugal in Focus

    European Shares Halt Sell-off; Portugal in Focus

    Following a frenzied weekend of discussions between Portuguese and European Union officials, Portugal agreed to spend 4.9 billion euros ($6.58 billion) to rescue Banco Espirito Santo, or BES, its largest listed bank. The deal comes just months after ...

  • Deputy British PM Calls for Limits on EU Migration

    Deputy British PM Calls for Limits on EU Migration

    Migration to Britain from countries joining the European Union should be restricted, the deputy prime minister urged Monday, entering a touchstone debate on immigration and Europe nine months from a general election.

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