In a large concrete house somewhere near the Egyptian coastal city of Arish, 25-year old Daniel Eyosab had given up on life.
(c) EUobserver | 23.07.2014
EU countries have defended Israel’s use of force in Gaza, but blamed it for harming peace prospects in the longer term.
(c) EUobserver | 22.07.2014
Even before the MH17 disaster, EU countries were discussing a potential ban on Russian oil and gas imports if worst comes to worst.
EU foreign ministers on Tuesday (22 July) gave Russia a few days to stop arming Ukrainian rebels, believed responsible for the downing of the Malaysia Airlines plane, or face sanctions on its financial, high-tech, and defence industries.
Leaders meeting on Wednesday (16 July) are likely to pick only the new EU foreign policy chief, with a decision on the successor to Council head Herman Van Rompuy “possibly” delayed until autumn.
(c) EUobserver | 13.07.2014
The EU on Saturday (12 July) named 11 rebel leaders in east Ukraine who are to face a visa ban and asset freeze.
EU diplomats believe Israel will launch a ground invasion of Gaza if a Hamas rocket causes serious Israeli casualties.
(c) EUobserver | 11.07.2014
German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier will hold talks with his US counterpart, John Kerry, on the new spy dispute in the coming days, the US State Department has said.
Russia is hoping to use new talks on the EU-Ukraine trade treaty to alter the pact and to get a say on when it is implemented.
(c) EUobserver | 10.07.2014
Most of the EU’s top arms exporters have imposed a ban on sales to Russia, but Ukraine’s military embargo and recent gains against pro-Russia rebels are likely to have a bigger impact on the crisis.
(c) EUobserver | 07.07.2014
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