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The decision marks the first time the EU uses its human rights sanctions regime to target crimes of sexual violence.
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Russian sanctions haven't stopped war, but are having long-term impact
The EU and its allies have implemented nine package of sanctions against Moscow since the start of the conflict last year.
The EU wants to invest frozen Russian assets but it's 'legally dodgy'
Three months after the idea was first floated, European Union plans to invest frozen Russian assets to generate revenues to fund Ukraine's reconstruction appear stalled.
Iran imposes sanctions against MEPs and EU institutions
The move from Tehran is seen as a tit-for-tat response to recent European sanctions against Iranian officials linked to a crackdown on nationwide protests.
Iran condemns EU and UK for 'violating human rights'
Tehran's fiery rhetoric comes after the West slapped sanctions on the regime for "brutally" cracking down on protesters.
Hungary's mail-in poll on Russia sanctions dismissed by Brussels
A spokesperson for the Commission noted "the very low participation of the consulted citizens".
McDonald's outlets in Kazakhstan close due to supply issues
McDonald's Kazakh licensee, Food Solutions KZ, could not source its beef patties locally and imported them from Russia until the war forced it to stop and ultimately shut down.
Russian shelling injures three in liberated Kherson
Three people were injured when Russian artillery targeted the centre of Kherson, the city it retreated from last month.
Row over food security delaying EU's new Russia sanctions package
Poland and Lithuania are delaying the adoption of the package, proposed earlier this month by Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, over concerns it would water down some existing restrictive measures.
Ukraine war: Western components found in Iranian drones used by Russia
The findings from Conflict Armament Research throw into question the long-established regime of United Nations sanctions against Iran.
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'Putin has ruined the future of Russia', Bill Browder tells Euronews
"The war has to end. Then there have to be reparations and there has to be a democratic government before we can ever look at Russia the same again", said the Kremlin critic.
7.5 billion of Russian assets have been frozen in Switzerland
Switzerland has frozen a total of 7.5 billion Swiss francs in Russian assets, in connection with the sanctions imposed over Russia's war in Ukraine.
Brussels to decide if EU funds for Hungary should be blocked
The European Commission is considering freezing cohesion funds for Budapest after the Hungarian government implemented 17 measures to tackle corruption concerns. Brussels will make a decision based on Hungary’s efforts on November 30.
Circumventing sanctions to become an 'EU crime'
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Dutch court backs squatters in Russian tycoon's mansion
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