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EU mulls sanctions on violent Israeli settlers and Hamas leadership
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French exporters see only limited market loss from Russian sanctions
The effectiveness of European sanctions on Moscow has been called into question, as Russia is still able to access European products via its neighbours.
Sanctions on Hamas’ investment unlikely to shake group's funding
The bulk of the Palestinian militant group’s funding is provided by foreign governments, a former US counter-terrorism financial analyst told Euronews.
Central Asian economies are booming thanks to Russia: Here's why
Central Asia's economic good times are not blemish-free, amid accusations some countries in the region are helping Moscow dodge sanctions.
Bleak impact of Ukraine war on Russians laid bare in poll
But some findings undermined lines of thinking in the West.
US-Venezuela relations at a tipping point: investors bet on possible sanctions relief
Bonds in the South American nation of Venezuela are rising in value as rumours circulate about a possible rapprochement between Washington and Caracas. The US has shown its willingness to move, but will President Nicolás Maduro make concessions ahead of next year’s election?
New US sanctions to plug loopholes that let Russia get Western tech
The US has announced a raft of new sanctions aimed at people and companies in countries, notably NATO member Turkey, that sell Western technology to Russia that could be used to bolster its war effort.
EU lifts sanctions on Russian businessmen, as Kim says Putin will win
All the latest developments from the war in Ukraine.
Baltic states ban vehicles with Russian license plates
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have banned vehicles with Russian license plates from entering their territory, a joint move in line with a recent interpretation of the European Union’s sanctions against Moscow over its war on Ukraine.
EU countries should not let Russian cars enter bloc, Brussels says
The European Commission has urged member states to prohibit the entrance of road vehicles that carry a Russian licence plate.
Greek shipping company fined $2.4 million for violating Iran sanctions
The now-public case against Greece's Empire Navigation, which faces three years of probation under the plea agreement, marks the first public acknowledgement by US prosecutors that the US seized some 1 million barrels of oil from the tanker Suez Rajan.
West sanctions Belarus 3 years after Lukashenko's re-election
Hundreds of Belarusian exiles marched in neighbouring countries on the third-year anniversary of the vote, widely considered rigged.
In Lebanon, it is difficult to know what rock bottom is
It is a humanitarian duty for the Council of the European Union to support the people of Lebanon and issue targeted sanctions against those who continue to promote their own interests to the detriment of the population, Zena Wakim writes.
EU strengthens restrictions on Russia's ally Belarus
The EU extends the scope of restrictions on Belarus to prevent Russia from using its neighbour to circumvent international sanctions.
Despite US sanctions, Serbia denies spy chief's ties to Russia
Serbia has tried to maintain a fragile balancing act between Brussels and Moscow ever since the Ukraine invasion. Could the recent US sanctions against its spy chief tip the scales?
Western crackdown on sanction circumvention working: EU envoy
Western outreach to get third countries to clamp down on sanction circumvention is working with many of them now making "it more difficult" for Russia to import such goods, according to the EU Sanctions Envoy.
'Cut off their funding': US sanctions groups linked to Wagner
A number of companies were sanctioned by the US for providing Wagner with a steady income stream through illegal trade in diamonds and gold.
Russian diamond sanctions in G7's sights but doubts remain over impact
Belgium is among the largest wholesale buyers of rare gems from Moscow, and local professionals fear that a Western ban on Russian diamonds could result in less oversight.
Is China ready to replace Russian influence in Central Asia?
The focus of the upcoming China-Central Asia Summit summit in Xi'an is the promotion of Beijing's 'Belt and Road Initiative'. But according to analysts, the summit is less about the transit of goods and more about Russia's loss of influence in the region and whether China is ready to take over.
Loopholes in EU's customs union help Russia evade sanctions: Gentiloni
Cracking down on circumvention of sanctions has become the number one priority for the European Union.
EU sanctions on Russia face the next frontier
The EU is discussing plans to chase after those suspected of helping Russia evade international sanctions.