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Cyprus blocks EU’s Belarus sanctions plan

By Georgi Gotev

Plans by the European Union to slap sanctions on Belarus have fallen into disarray, sources say, a hostage to internal politicking that one EU official described as a threat to the bloc's credibility.

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Senate Democrats Present $350 Billion Strategy to Counter China

By Catie Edmondson

Democrats rolled out sprawling legislation that proposes substantial new funding over a decade in a bid to reinvest in the nation’s economy and challenge Beijing.

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Charles Michel vows to defend Cyprus rights in Turkey standoff

By Georgi Gotev

European Council chief Charles Michel pledged Wednesday (16 September) that the bloc will defend the rights of member state Cyprus in its standoff with Turkey over maritime and energy rights. Michel’s visit to the island comes a day after Turkey...

Trump pressed on why he took 'foot off the gas' on COVID response

By Charles Creitz

President Trump participated in a televised town hall event in Philadelphia on Tuesday, pushing back at an undecided voter who claimed he "took his foot off the gas" on coronavirus mitigation, and another questioner who said he "downplayed" the severity of the coronavirus in the early days of the pandemic.

Germany to take in 1,500 refugees from Greek islands, Michel urges for more EU solidarity

By Georgi Gotev

Germany said it will take in more than 1,500 refugees from Greece from the island of Lesbos as Berlin tried to rally a fresh EU response to a years-long migrant crisis that flared anew.

Greek government accuses migrants of β€˜burning’ Moria camp

By Georgi Gotev

Greece on Monday (14 September) accused migrants of deliberately burning their overcrowded camp last week on Lesbos island, where hundreds reluctantly moved to a new temporary site with "no showers or mattresses".

EU, China make progress on investment deal despite human rights tensions

By Alexandra Brzozowski

The leaders of the EU and China agreed to speed up negotiations to conclude a long-standing investment deal during a virtual summit on Monday (14 September), despite Europe's lingering concerns over Beijing’s human rights record and its treatment of Hong Kong.

EU-China summit to weigh geopolitics and trade as tensions mount

By Alexandra Brzozowski

EU leaders are set to hold virtual talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday (14 September), hoping to make progress on trade and investment, even as tensions mount between Beijing and the West over Hong Kong and treatment of the country's Uighur Muslim minority.

EU warns Britain its international credibility is at stake

By Georgi Gotev

European Council chief Charles Michel warned Britain Sunday (13 September) its international credibility is at stake, saying it must fulfil its responsibility to implement the Brexit withdrawal agreement.

I Take Back Everything I Said About Southwest Louisiana

By Stephanie Soileau

My hometown may be soul-crushing, but it didn’t deserve this.

What Month Is It? Pandemic Scrambles the Travel Calendar

By Elaine Glusac

With more families working and studying remotely, resorts are dangling attractive rates, enhanced Wi-Fi and the charms of autumn as reasons to forget summer is ending.

Tina Charles Is a W.N.B.A. Superstar Hiding in Plain Sight

By Natalie Weiner

Charles has stacks of awards and eye-popping stats from her run with the Liberty. But a W.N.B.A. championship, and the spotlight, have eluded her.

Tina Charles Is a W.N.B.A. Superstar Hiding in Plain Sight

By Natalie Weiner

Charles has stacks of awards and eye-popping stats from her run with the Liberty. But a W.N.B.A. championship, and the spotlight, have eluded her.

Turkey sanctions on table for EU meeting, France says

By admin

Turkey's escalating conflict with Greece and Cyprus will be the main subject at this month's European Council meeting, when sanctions will be considered against Ankara, France said on Sunday (6 September).

Ferrari Learns to Start Them Off Young

By Phillip Horton

The team’s training academy grabs drivers early and teaches them the Ferrari way. Charles Leclerc is the star graduate.

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