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Ukraine war: EU countries should give asylum to Russian deserters, says Charles Michel

European Union countries should think about ways to offer asylum to Russian soldiers willing to desert the war in Ukraine, an EU chief has said ...

Brussels wants an EU-wide ban on Russian coal imports

Brussels has proposed an EU-wide ban on imports of Russian coal worth €4 billion per year. The measure comes in response to the alleged ...

EU extends free roaming in Europe until 2032

European leaders have agreed to extend roaming across the European Union until 2032, meaning that consumers will be able to use the internet ...

Ukraine war: EU urges China to stay neutral but without securing any guarantees

EU leaders warned China not to support Russia's invasion of Ukraine but failed to secure a pledge of non-interference in the war. Ensuring that ...

Ukraine war pushes eurozone’s inflation to a record 7.5%

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has thrust the eurozone into a new economic reality where high inflation is no longer a temporary headache and ...

Russia ‘deliberately targeting’ Ukraine’s food stocks, says EU Commission

The European Commission wants to produce more food in order to respond to the disruption caused by the war in Ukraine. In proposals presented on ...

Brussels relaxes state aid rules for companies impacted by war in Ukraine

Brussels announced on Wednesday a temporary relaxation of its rules limiting state aid for companies to support the economy in the wake of the ...

Brussels agrees on more military aid for Ukraine, but no new sanctions

EU Foreign ministers have reached a political agreement to give Ukraine another €500 million in arms and military equipment following a meeting ...

Russia committing ‘massive war crime’ in Mariupol, says EU’s top diplomat

Russia is guilty of a "massive war crime" in Mariupol and is violating "the laws of war", the EU's top diplomat said on Monday, as the bloc's ...

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