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Hardline judge becomes president of Iran amid rights controversy
Conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi was sworn in as president of Iran at a ceremony on Thursday.
Nord Stream and China on menu as Merkel meets Biden on farewell visit
As the German Chancellor nears the end of a political career spanning four American presidencies, there are concerns over disagreements with the US.
Report: US demands delay to proposed new EU digital tax
Documents seen by AFP show that US diplomats pressured EU member states to delay the plans, saying they could derail a global tax agreement.
Vladimir Putin meets Joe Biden - what's on the agenda?
The US and Russia acknowledge the relationship between the two nations is dismal ahead of the two presidents' meeting.
Lisbon authorities hand data of anti-Kremlin activists to Russia
Officials slammed after municipal authorities in Portugal handed the personal details of anti-Kremlin activists to the Russian embassy in Lisbon
Prague is the only EU state to keep a Syrian embassy since 2012. Why?
The embassy in Damascus has only one Czech employee.
NATO to meet after Belarus officials restricted from headquarters
The move follows Minsk's intervention last month forcing a Ryanair flight to land in Belarus to arrest dissident journalist Roman Protasevich.
Belgium recalls ambassador whose wife allegedly hit two in South Korea
The Belgian government also waived the diplomatic immunity of its ambassador's wife so that she could be investigated by South Korean police, the embassy said in a Facebook post.
Expelled Russian diplomats leave Czech Republic amid depot blast row
A total of 63 more embassy staff are due to depart from the Czech Republic by Monday after the Czech Republic accused Russia of involvement in an explosion at a munitions depot in 2014.
What's the future of EU-Swiss relations now talks have collapsed?
Euronews looks into the past, present and future of Switzerland's cooperation with the EU after Swiss leaders rejected signing a long-delayed framework agreement with Brussels on Wednesday.
Blinken visits London, Kyiv amid tensions with Russia and China
Foreign ministers of the G7 countries gather in London on Monday for their first in-person meeting since the pandemic began.
Ukraine, Baltics, Poland leaders commemorate constitution anniversary
The 1791 Constitution was intended to strengthen the rule of law and protect the country against aggression from neighbouring powers, including Russia.
New US ambassador to Belarus meets with exiled opposition leader
Julie Fisher, who has yet to present her credentials in Minsk, said the meeting sent "a clear signal that the U.S. stands with the Belarusian people".
Ukraine adopts new military service law amid Russia tensions
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has signed a law allowing to call up reservists for military service without announcing a mobilization, as tensions with Russia on the border continue.
Czech foreign minister gives Russia ultimatum over diplomats
Newly-appointed foreign minister Jakub Kulhanek said Russia has until Thursday afternoon to restore Czech diplomats at the embassy in Moscow.
Iran cautiously optimistic about nuclear deal talks in Vienna
The talks in Austria's capital are aimed at bringing the United States back into the world powers' 2015 deal with Tehran on its nuclear programme.
China's embassy in Sweden under fire over 'threats' to journalist
China's embassy in Sweden has engaged in a public spat with Swedish politicians after its ambassador was accused of “threatening” a journalist.
Myanmar's ambassador to UK 'locked out of embassy' over coup criticism
Kyaw Zwar Minn said that staff members at the London embassy loyal to the military regime prevented him from entering his office.
North Korean COVID restrictions lead to 'exodus of foreign diplomats'
A French diplomatic source slammed the restrictions, labelling them "drastic containment measures".
US and China clash in first face-to-face meeting under President Biden
The meetings in Alaska are a new test in increasingly troubled relations between the two countries, at odds over human rights, Chinese assertiveness and the coronavirus pandemic.
Mikhail Gorbachev, last Soviet leader, turns 90 in quarantine
Gorbachev, who is widely credited with ending the Cold War, was very popular in the West, but a much more polarising figure within Russia.
COVID-19: G7 leaders boost vaccine commitment to poorer countries
Both the EU and the US announced on Friday that they will double their funding to the World Health Organisation's COVAX programme to €1bn and €3.3bn respectively.
Have Russia and China got enough COVID-19 vaccines to sell abroad?
Moscow and Beijing are pushing their homemade jabs abroad. But, what about their own populations?
President Biden ends support for Yemen offensive in diplomacy reset
US President Joe Biden said he would withdraw US support for the Saudi-led offensive in Yemen in his first major foreign policy speech.
US Senate confirms Biden's Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken
Blinken said he would set about reversing the Trump-era "America First" policy, reaching out to longstanding allies who the former president allienated.
Brussels warns UK over downgrading EU ambassador status
"We will not accept that the United Kingdom will be the only country in the world that does not recognise the Delegation of the European Union as the equivalent of a diplomatic mission," High Representative Josep Borrell warned on Monday.