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Russian aggression against Ukraine should lead to EU sanctions – Merkel

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki speak to media after talks in Berlin, Germany November 25, 2021. John MacDougall / Pool via REUTERS Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com Register BERLIN, Nov 25 (Reuters) – The European Union must be prepared to

Europe must resist the “blackmail” of Belarusian migrants, says Austria

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Thousands of migrants got stuck in limbo near the border Lukashenko: Belarus does not want escalation with Poland Adds that “if we go too far, war is inevitable” Poland, Lithuania: Belarus still transports migrants to the border Germany once again rejects Belarus’ call to receive migrants BRUZGI, Belarus /

“Not currently available”: Turks can not buy iPhones after lira-drop

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Lira still under pressure after 15% fall Retailers are struggling with price adjustments The Turks see electronic goods as a storehouse of value Traders say they do not know how to cope ISTANBUL, Nov 24 (Reuters) – Turks trying to buy iPhones and other electronics received error messages online

EXCLUSIVELY The United States is asking Japan, China and others to consider using oil reserves

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An oil storage tank and crude oil pipeline equipment is seen during a tour of the Department of Energy at the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in Freeport, Texas, USA June 9, 2016. REUTERS / Richard Carson WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 (Reuters) – The Biden administration has asked some of the world’s

Canada’s floods kill one person, leaving two missing; railway access cut off to Vancouver port

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MERRITT, British Columbia, November 16 (Reuters) – The Port of Vancouver, Canada’s largest, said on Tuesday that all rail links had been cut off by floods and landslides further east that killed at least one person and left two others missing. Two days of storm surge across the Pacific

Russian gas flows to Germany are increasing despite threats from Belarus

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A worker climbs into a cylinder at a gas compressor station on the Yamal-Europe pipeline near Nesvizh, about 130 km (81 miles) southwest of Minsk on December 29, 2006. REUTERS / Vasily Fedosenko MOSCOW, Nov 15 (Reuters) – Russia’s gas flow through a major pipeline to Germany rose on

The EU will impose new sanctions on Belarus, the airline over the escalating border crisis

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The European Union will step up sanctions against the migrant crisis in Belarus Blocks to target airlines, travel agencies in the Middle East Belarus says accusations of creating crisis are “absurd” Poland says up to 4,000 people have been stranded on the border with Belarus EU calls on Kremlin

Neighbors in Belarus say the migrant crisis risks military clash

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EU neighbors to Belarus say it is escalating the migrant crisis Baltic states, Poland and Russia warn of conflict is possible Belarus says it could retaliate against EU gas cuts WARSAW, Poland, November 11 (Reuters) – Countries bordering Belarus on Thursday expressed concern that a crisis over a growing

EU von der Leyen says sanctions against Belarus should be increased

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WASHINGTON, November 10 (Reuters) – The European Union will increase sanctions against Belarus next week, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday after a meeting with US President Joe Biden on covid-19, climate and foreign affairs. “Very soon at the beginning of next week there will

South Korea is rationing the supply of urea due to shortages leading to panic purchases

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People queue to get urea in Iksan, South Korea, November 9, 2021. Yonhap via REUTERS SEOUL, Nov 11 (Reuters) – The South Korean government began rationing urea, used to reduce diesel cars and industrial emissions, and banned the resale of the solution during a acute deficiency threatening to stop