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    MH17 crash: Nato sees evidence ‘weapons are still moving from Russia to Ukraine’
    Jul24

    MH17 crash: Nato sees evidence ‘weapons are still moving from Russia to Ukraine’

    Nato is still seeing evidence of weapons being moved from Russia into Ukraine after the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was downed last week, a Nato military officer has said. …read more Source: The...

    City of London to bear the brunt of EU sanctions on Russia
    Jul24

    City of London to bear the brunt of EU sanctions on Russia

    The City of London will bear the brunt of new European Union sanctions aimed at cutting off Russia’s banks from financing under proposals discussed by ambassadors in Brussels today …read more Source: The...

    EU-ASEAN members on the MH17 crash
    Jul24

    EU-ASEAN members on the MH17 crash

    Author(s): KG/EUROPA malaysian_plane_crash.jpg The Ministers at the 20th EU-ASEAN meeting made a joint statement on the tragic downing of Malaysia airlines flight MH17. The Ministers said: “1. At the 20th EU-ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in Brussels on 23 July 2014, the Ministers condemned in the strongest terms the downing of Flight MH17 in...

    Ukraine rebels deny having missile
    Jul24

    Ukraine rebels deny having missile

    A pro-Russian rebel leader tells the BBC his forces do not possess the Buk missile thought to have brought down flight MH17 in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Dutch mourn crash victims
    Jul24

    Dutch mourn crash victims

    The Netherlands observed a minute of silence to honor Dutch victims on flight MH17, which was apparently shot down over eastern Ukraine last week. Experts say identifying the crash’s victims could take weeks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dutch-led force hopes to secure Malaysia crash site in eastern Ukraine
    Jul24

    Dutch-led force hopes to secure Malaysia crash site in eastern Ukraine

    The Dutch and Australian foreign ministers are to visit Kyiv to press for proper security at the Malaysian MH17 crash site in rebel-held eastern Ukraine, so official probes can begin and remaining bodies repatriated. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU to weigh extensive sanctions on Russia
    Jul24

    EU to weigh extensive sanctions on Russia

    Proposal includes ban on buying new debt or stock of Russia’s largest banks and from listing new shares on European exchanges …read more Source: Financial...

    Russia still supplying rebels weapons — Nato
    Jul24

    Russia still supplying rebels weapons — Nato

    NATO has said it continues to see evidence of weapons being moved into the rebel-held eastern Ukraine from Russia following… …read more Source: The...

    ECB board faced with struggling eurozone
    Jul24

    ECB board faced with struggling eurozone

    Worse than expected economic figures for the eurozone in the second quarter of 2014 will weigh heavily on the European Central Bank’s governing council when it meets on 7 August. Industrial production in the eurozone fell by 1.1% in May compared with April, according to Eurostat. Notably, Germany experienced one of the largest slowdowns in...

    Digital and energy reforms head business wish-list
    Jul24

    Digital and energy reforms head business wish-list

    At the outset of a new legislative cycle, European business lobbies, sector-specific trade associations and individual companies are all setting out their recommendations and demands to the new MEPs and the incoming European Commission. There is an element of formalistic ritual to this process. Some of it is about using the external focus to...

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