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A judge in Fiji earlier in the week permitted U.S. authorities to seize the yacht Amadea.
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The European Commission is due to publish proposals on a potential Russian oil embargo, following a meeting of energy ministers in Brussels.
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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.
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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.
Sanctions on Russian oil would have 'direct impact' on war: Ukraine
The Ukrainian trade representative said oil exports make up nearly a third of Moscow's revenues.
Finnish 'loopholes' allow imports of Russian coal and oil to continue
Activists and politicians have raised the issue of state-owned companies still involved in bringing raw materials from Russia into Finland.
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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.
EU targets crypto wallets in fresh round of sanctions against Russia
The move comes amid concern that Russians could be using virtual currencies to get around Western sanctions.
EU countries agree on new Russia sanctions, including coal embargo
"The aim of our sanctions is to stop the reckless, inhuman and aggressive behaviour of the Russian troops," said the EU's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell.
Chanel bars Russians from buying luxury goods abroad
Chanel has stepped up its sanctions against Russia by not just closing its stores in the country, but checking if customers are taking their goods back to Russia.
Delay on Russia oil embargo costing Ukrainian lives, says Zelenskyy
In his latest video address, Ukraine's president says Moscow is making so much money from oil exports that it doesn't need to take peace talks seriously.
Russian sanctions 'will only be real once oil and gas imports are hit'
The EU wants to ban coal imports from Russia. But economist Vicky Pryce says sanctions will only bite once Russian gas and oil are targeted.
'Would you negotiate with Hitler?' Poland's PM asks Emmanuel Macron
Emmanuel Macron has spoken to Vladimir Putin at least 16 times since the start of the year.
Activists block ship trying to unload Russian coal in Helsinki
Helsinki's energy company says they needed to take delivery of the coal from Russia because it was already agreed in a contract - despite earlier pledges to the contrary.
Panic buying or a long-term problem? Russia suffers drug shortages
Experts and health authorities in Russia say the drug shortages are temporary. But some remain worried.
McDonald's franchisees keep restaurants in Russia open
Mcdonald's has temporarily closed all of the Russian outlets that it owns because of the country's invasion of Ukraine -- but around 100 under franchise remain open.
Seoul museum refuses to return Russian artworks
After South Korea sanctioned Russia due to Putin's war against Ukraine, a Seoul museum has been subject of a demand to return its Russian art early.
Georgians suffer fallout from Western sanctions imposed on Russia
Georgians used to receiving financial assistance from relatives working in Russia as migrants are finding their remittances have been hampered.