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EU’s top diplomat urges US to reconsider dropping Ukrainian aid from budget bill

The European Union’s foreign policy chief has called on US lawmakers to reconsider their decision to omit financial support for Ukraine from a stop-gap...

At least 13 people killed in nightclub fire in Spain

Thirteen people were killed and several others injured when a fire broke out in a nightclub in the southeastern city of Murcia on Sunday,...

Italy signs deal with industry to lower prices of essentials for three months

Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni has launched a pact with the country’s industry aimed at keeping prices down on a range of essential goods, including...

European Commission blocks Booking’s planned acquisition of Etraveli

The European Union’s executive arm said on Monday it is blocking leading US online travel agency Booking from acquiring Sweden’s flight booking provider Etraveli...

Central banks under stress as bond yields rise

The Bank of England (BoE) revealed measures taken to further ease the strain on pension funds. These decisions followed after increased pension fund stress...

Tories back PM’s plan to rip up Northern Ireland Brexit deal despite criticism

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s bid to effectively tear up parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol has cleared its first Commons hurdle, with no...

EU agrees rules to curb power of big tech companies

The European Union has set the stage for a crackdown on big tech companies with an agreement on landmark digital rules to rein in...

Inflation in 19 nations using euro sets record of 5.8%

Inflation in Europe hit a record high for the fourth month in a row, raising questions about when the central bank should step in...

Denmark ‘helped US spy on European leaders’

Sweden’s defence minister has demanded that Denmark explain why its foreign secret service allegedly helped the US spy on European leaders, including German Chancellor...

Czech police call for Prime Minister’s indictment in fraud case

Czech police have recommended that Prime Minister Andrej Babis should be indicted over alleged fraud involving European Union subsidies. Prague’s prosecution office said it has...

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