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EU weaning itself off Russian gas despite LNG imports uptick: Brussels
Fossil fuels imports from Russia have fallen dramatically, the European Commission stressed on Thursday, following reports that the bloc's purchases of Russian liquified natural gas (LNG) are up 40% compared to pre-war levels.
What are the West's Russia sanctions missing?
Some conspicuous absences exist in the West's sanctions regime against Russia, allowing it to contine raking in a fortune.
Fact-check: What's up with the anti-Zelenskyy billboard in Tokyo?
Did Japanese authorities really put up an anti-Zelenskyy billboard demanding the president stop the war in Ukraine?
Moscow's mission to the dark side of the Moon
Russia's unmanned lunar lander is aiming to touch down at the Moon's south pole.
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.
The true strength of the EU lies in its diversity of opinions
We cannot allow select countries to impose their will on others on critical issues of war and peace, such as the imposition of sanctions or the financing of weapons, Balázs Orbán writes.
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.
Are the economic sanctions against Russia actually working?
"Everything will 'shrink' in civilian areas, because all the resources will flow into the military sector," one economic analyst predicts.
Explained: The EU's last-resort tool to chase after Russia's enablers
The European Union is getting serious about sanctions circumvention.
EU agrees new sanctions against Russia, targeting Chinese companies
The European Union agreed on Wednesday to slap Russia with a new raft of sanctions in response to the invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine suspends listing of five Greek companies as 'war sponsors'
The Ukrainian authorities have decided to temporarily suspend the listing of five Greek shipping companies as ''international sponsors of war."
EU imports of Russian oil plunge by 90% as a result of sweeping bans
It's official: the European Union is no longer the top client of Russian oil.
Poland erects wall on Belarusian border to stop uncontrolled migration
Poland has erected walls and fences along its frontier and imposed sanctions on Russia and Belarus.
Ukraine has a list of 'war sponsors.' But how exactly does it work?
Ukraine's list of "international sponsors of the war" targets foreign companies that are still doing business in Russia despite pressure to pull out.
Hungary blocks new tranche of EU tool to boost military aid to Ukraine
Budapest says it will not approve any EU support for Ukraine that requires unanimity, including sanctions against Russia, until Kyiv removes a Hungarian bank from its list of "international war sponsors".
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.
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.