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Reports2 days ago
Very little agreed at EU leaders' summit
This was the first face-to-face meeting of EU leaders since the bloc's energy crisis really came to the fore. Millions of citizens simply don't have the money to pay for electricity and gas bills which have skyrocketed since the start of the year.
Very little agreed at EU leaders' summit
News Headlines3 days ago
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Here is the latest top stories from Press TV on October 21, 2021.
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China4 days ago
China expresses dissatisfaction with planned trip by Chinese Taipei min. to Europe
China expresses strong dissatisfaction with a plan by Chinese Taipei's foreign minister Joseph Wu to visit Europe and make a virtual address to a forum in Rome next week.
China expresses dissatisfaction with planned trip by Chinese Taipei min. to Europe
EU4 days ago
Financial sanctions could be imposed on Poland: French minister
French European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune reaffirms that financial sanctions could be taken against Poland if dialog with the country over the primacy of European laws does not work out.
Financial sanctions could be imposed on Poland: French minister
Reports4 days ago
EU energy crisis hitting poorest citizens hardest
EU officials say the 27-nation bloc could benefit from Iran's vast energy reserves if US sanctions against the Islamic Republic are removed.
EU energy crisis hitting poorest citizens hardest
Reports5 days ago
EU nations seem more divided than ever  
The head of the EU's executive arm and Poland's prime minister clash during a debate in the European Parliament over Warsaw's alleged rule of law breaches.
EU nations seem more divided than ever  
EU5 days ago
Poland accuses EU of blackmail in dispute over primacy of laws
A war of words between Poland and the European Union (EU) escalates as Warsaw accuses the EU of blackmail while Brussels vows to punish Poland for challenging the bloc's laws.
Poland accuses EU of blackmail in dispute over primacy of laws
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