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EU leaders endorse ban on Russian oil, exempting pipeline imports
The European Council agreed to a Hungarian demand to completely spare oil imports coming through pipelines.
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Russia needs to be contained, not beaten, to save Ukraine | View
Like the Romanovs and Bolsheviks before him, Putin grasps the geographical reality that Ukraine is the key to Russia’s security.
Explained: Just how dependent is the EU on Russian oil?
The bloc gets over 25% of its oil from Russia through a vast network of ports and pipelines.
NATO chief says Finland and Sweden could join 'quickly'
Polls have found that a majority of Swedes and Finns are currently in favour of joining the military alliance, with Russia's invasion of Ukraine driving public support.
Explained: Why the rouble has recovered despite Western sanctions
Russia's national currency appears to have defied international sanctions. But the rebound is highly misleading.
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.
Watch: Russia-bound luxury cars get stuck in Belgium under sanctions
EU sanctions prohibit the exports of cars worth over €50,000, a measure meant to hit the Russian elite.
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Europe's week: Fresh sanctions human trafficking & Hungary latest woes
The EU will now target imports of Russian coal in a bid to weaken Moscow's war machine.
Coal, vodka and Putin's daughters: Here are the latest EU sanctions
For the first time, EU countries have agreed to target energy supplies, even if coal represents a small fraction of total purchases.
Brussels wants an EU-wide ban on Russian coal imports
The measure requires the unanimous approval of all 27 EU countries.
Analysis: How the EU's gas addiction is helping Russia's war machine
In little over a month since Russia invaded Ukraine, the EU spent more than €21 billion on Russian fossil fuels, including €13 billion on gas, according to the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).
US and EU announce partnership to reduce Russian energy reliance
Russian energy is a key source of income and political leverage for Moscow.
Watch: Ukrainians call on leaders to do more in protest in Brussels
Ukrainians and their supporters gathered as leaders of Europe and NATO met in the Belgian capital.
As sanctions bite, how much economic pain is Putin willing to take?
The Russian president has predicted his country will emerge more independent and self-sufficient from international isolation.
Watch: Explained: EU sanctions against Russia
Moscow is subject to around 5,000 separate penalties since it invaded Ukraine.
EU expands sanctions against Russia to ban luxury goods
Under the luxury ban, wealthy Russians won't be able to buy EU-made products worth over €300, such as bags, shoes and caviar.
EU officials defend move to ban RT and Sputnik amid censorship claims
“They are not independent media, they are assets, they are weapons, in the Kremlin's manipulation ecosystem."
EU is seeking alternatives to break free from Russian fossil fuels
Brussels will unveil its strategy on Tuesday to find alternative energy sources.
Moldova faces humanitarian crisis, says PM, needs urgent financial aid
Europe's poorest country has 120,000 Ukrainian refugees inside its borders. Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița tells Euronews the country is struggling to cope.
100,000 gather in Berlin as protests over Russia's invasion continue
Demonstrators have taken to the streets in cities all across Europe to protest Russia's invasion of Ukraine and spread an anti-war message.
What is SWIFT and why is expelling Russia a 'last resort'?
A third package of EU sanctions could see Russia cut off from the international payment system, a radical move that would also hit the bloc.
EU freezes Putin's assets in response to Ukraine invasion
The bloc has also extended the sanctions to Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
EU27 agree 'massive and severe' Russia sanctions over Ukraine invasion
Meeting in Brussels, EU leaders agreed on sanctions to hit several sectors at the heart of Russia's economy, with more details to be given on Friday.
Watch: EU not 'missing in action' over Ukraine, Borrell tells MEPs
He hailed the diplomatic efforts of France and Germany, whose leaders both travelled to Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
MEPs back €1.2 billion aid package for Ukraine, but divisions emerge
Far-right and far-left groups refused to support the financial proposal, which is being fast-tracked to ensure a faster disbursement.
Russia will face massive costs if it attacks Ukraine, warns EU chief
Von der Leyen issued the warning during an interview with Euronews.