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Serbian president says country's EU membership path top priority
Aleksandar Vučić was sworn in for his second term as Serbia’s president on Tuesday, reinforcing the country's commitment to joining the bloc and hinting at sanctions against Moscow.
Ukrainian authorities: Most of Sievierodonetsk under Russian control
Governor of the Luhansk region Sergei Haidai said that all critical infrastructure in the key city in eastern Ukraine has been completely destroyed while evacuation of civilians is impossible due to fierce fighting.
Norway's energy sales growth spurs accusations of profiting from war
As Europe frantically searches for alternative energy suppliers, Norway's natural gas and oil are in high demand. But are remarks that it is profiting from the war in Ukraine fair?
Russia is considering allowing crypto for international payments
As Western sanctions begin to bite, Russia is considering allowing crypto for international payments.
EU leaders are struggling to pass sanctions on Russian oil. Why?
Fresh EU sanctions on Russian crude and refined oil have been on the table for weeks without progress.
Hungary could hold up new EU sanctions against Russia
EU leaders will meet in Brussels next week for a special summit to discuss the bloc's long-awaited sixth round of sanctions against Russia.
Why is Hungary standing in the way of an EU embargo on Russian oil?
Actions at embassies across Europe call out Prime Minister Orbán as the biggest obstacle to weaning the bloc off of Russian fossil fuels.
Russia bets on digital ruble to fend off Western sanctions
Moscow said it should be able to make international payments with the digital ruble by next year.
Ex-chancellor Gerhard Schröder quits Russian energy giant Rosneft
Schröder has been under pressure for weeks over his ties to Russia's energy industry amid the war in Ukraine.
MEPs demand sanctions on Schröder over his ties with Russian firms
Gerhard Schröder still holds positions at Rosneft, Russia's leading oil company, and Nord Stream AG.
Talks on an EU-wide Russian oil ban could drag on until end of May
Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic are against the timeline of banning Russian oil imports by the end of the year.
A week on, the EU appears no closer to a Russian oil embargo
Unlike other rounds of sanctions against Moscow approved swiftly by member states, these talks have been slow and optimism is diminishing.
Ukraine war: What more could the US do to tighten sanctions on Russia?
The EU is proposing a new package of sanctions on Russia, including an oil embargo. Where does that leave its Western allies?
Orban criticises EU plans to sanction head of Russian Orthodox Church
Patriarch Kirill's support of Putin and the war has already drawn condemnation with Pope Francis warning him not to become "Putin's altar boy".
US announces seizure of Russian oligarch's superyacht in Fiji
A judge in Fiji earlier in the week permitted U.S. authorities to seize the yacht Amadea.
UEFA imposes more sanctions on Russian teams over war in Ukraine
Portugal will now replace Russia at the Women's European Championships this summer.
Any EU state could be next victim of Russian energy cuts — Commission
The European Commission is due to publish proposals on a potential Russian oil embargo, following a meeting of energy ministers in Brussels.
Europe's week: War in Ukraine continues to dominate
Diplomacy and war persisted in keeping Brussels busy.
Confusion over which Russian oligarch owns Fiji luxury yacht
A judge in the capital Suva must rule between two different oligarchs to determine whether the yacht can be seized — as only one of them is subject to sanctions.
Russian economy suffers sanctions blow despite Kremlin's denial
A closer look shows that the sanctions are taking a bite out of Russia’s economy, which is expected to contract at least 15% this year.
EU sees a way to pay for Russian gas without breaching war sanctions
Russian president Vladimir Putin had decreed in March that all payments for oil and gas must be made in roubles after the West imposed sanctions.
The online misinformation spreading ahead of France's election runoff
False rumours about Russian sanctions, the 'Yellow Vest' protests and climate change policies have gone viral.
Could Russia's frozen assets cover the rebuilding of war-torn Ukraine?
Financial aid sent by the US and Europe is "only the beginning of what Ukraine will need to rebuild," US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has warned.
Cryptocurrency miner becomes the latest target in Russian sanctions
Officials are concerned that Russia may be using cryptocurrency to avoid pain from the avalanche of sanctions imposed on banks, oligarchs and the energy industry.
German government under increasing pressure over stance on Ukraine
Euronews' Kate Brady in Berlin reports on the criticism of Chancellor Olaf Scholz's government which is showing some reluctance to supply Kyiv with arms.
German employers and unions unite to oppose EU Russian gas boycott
German bosses and unions have opposed a ban on Russian gas imports by the EU, claiming it will cause job losses and factory closures.