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EU imposes further sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine invasion

The European Union imposed more sanctions on Russia on Thursday over the war in Ukraine after the bloc’s member states backed a series of...

US hits North Korean officials with sanctions after ‘hypersonic missile’ test

The US has issued sanctions on five North Korean officials in its first response to Pyongyang’s latest ballistic missile test. The Treasury Department announced it...

China vows to respond after US imposes sanctions on Xinjiang

China on Friday said it would take all necessary measures to safeguard its institutions and enterprises, after the US senate passed a new law...

US, EU, Britain and Canada hit Belarus with co-ordinated sanctions

The United States, European Union, Britain and Canada slapped simultaneous sanctions on dozens of officials, organisations and companies in Belarus, with the EU taking...

China advocates development rather than sanctions in Taliban-run Afghanistan

China says the international community should support chances for positive developments in Afghanistan rather than impose sanctions on the Taliban. “The international community should encourage...

Hong Kong leader advocates retaliatory sanctions against West

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has backed legislation allowing retaliatory sanctions after the US and other Western governments punished city officials over the ongoing...

Myanmar protest deaths reach 320 as US and UK impose sanctions

The toll of protesters confirmed killed in Myanmar since last month’s military takeover has reached 320, a group that verifies details of deaths and...

Turkey’s Erdogan brushes off EU sanctions threat

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has brushed off possible European Union sanctions against Turkey, saying they would not affect his country. Speaking to reporters before...

Iran says US sanctions hindering access to Covid vaccines

US sanctions are making it difficult for Iran to purchase medicine and health supplies from abroad, including Covid-19 vaccines needed to contain the worst...

EU Ministers fail to approve sanctions for Belarusian officials

European Union foreign ministers failed to overcome a diplomatic standoff over Belarus today despite an appeal by the country's main opposition leader to approve...

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