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EU preparing sanctions for countries that help Russia evade penalties
After 10 rounds of sanctions against Russia, the EU is turning its focus on enforcement and circumvention.
The Black Sea Grain Deal might be Russia's Trojan horse for Ukraine
Failures to rethink and redo how Ukraine gets its grain out of the country would gravely undermine the war effort and security in Europe, Cristian Gherasim writes.
EU sanctions 'failing' as Kremlin wives live lavishly in Europe
The wife of Russia's deputy defence minister is reportedly enjoying a luxurious life in Europe, complete with holidays in southern France and Rolls-Royces.
Countries helping Russia in Ukraine will pay 'high price', vows G7
Policy towards Moscow varies considerably around the world, with many capitals striking a different stance from the West.
Could the Russian economy thrive despite Western sanctions?
The European Union is already preparing its 11th package of sanctions against Russia. So will Russia be able to compensate for the ties that have been cut with the West through reinforced ties with other countries?
IOC recommends return of Russian athletes to sports competition
The International Olympic Committee has opened the door to Russian athletes returning to competition - but not yet to the 2024 Olympic Games.
Four bankers in Switzerland on trial over Putin money allegations
Four Gazprombank Switzerland employees appeared in court for agreeing to manage the assets of Russian cellist and Putin's friend Sergei Roldugin.
Here's what to expect when Ursula von der Leyen meets Joe Biden
Ukraine, sanctions against Russia, China and economic security are also expected to be discussed by the two leaders.
Mother of Russia's Wagner Group chief removed from EU sanctions list
EU court removes mother of Wagner Group chief Yevgeniy Prigozhin from bloc's sanctions list
EU sanctions Russian officials accused of 'systematic' sexual violence
The decision marks the first time the EU uses its human rights sanctions regime to target crimes of sexual violence.
Sanctions haven’t stopped rich Russians from travelling, report claims
Sanctions haven’t stopped wealthy Russian tourists from travelling, according to a new report.
After 10 rounds of sanctions, how much EU-Russia trade is banned?
The EU has imposed a wide range of trade bans on key exports to Russia, such as microchips, drones, heavy trucks and luxury bags.
'Almost unimaginable': Village of Vuhledar broken by 'endless' war
Vuhledar, a former stronghold of coal mining, is now home to only about 1,000 inhabitants. The sight and condition of the city are shocking. Not a single building can be found that does not show severe damage. The living conditions are almost unimaginable.
EU slaps new sanctions on Russia, almost missing self-imposed deadline
Discussions among ambassadors took longer than expected due to a proposed ban on imports of Russian-made synthetic rubber.
Sanctions are hitting Russia where it hurts. We must not lose momentum
Sanctions collaboration by international partners has been vital over the last year — now we must ensure our enforcement work is watertight to keep the pressure on Putin, UK Minister of State Anne-Marie Trevelyan writes.
Pregnant and scammed: The Russians flying to Argentina to have babies
A Euronews investigation has uncovered the network of travel agencies that charge Russian women thousands, and make false promises that lawyers say are tantamount to criminal activity.
The five major taboos the EU dared to break in one year of war
Since Vladimir Putin launched the invasion of Ukraine, the EU has taken decisions that were once considered off-limits.
Moldovans march for help with cost of living crisis
Thousands of people marched through Moldova's capital on Sunday demanding help with the cost of living crisis. Many were supporters of a party backed by an oligarch who has been sanctioned by the UK for pro-Russian activities.
'We could be faster' with support for Ukraine, MEPs say
MEPs by and large approve of what the bloc has done so far to support Ukraine but they also call for the EU to be faster to deliver weapons and agree on sanctions.
Keeping EU unity over the war 'has not always been easy,' says Borrell
In an interview with Euronews, Josep Borrell described the EU sanctions on Russia as a "slow-acting but certain poison."