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Russia closes airspace to planes from several EU countries
Flights from Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and Slovenia are no longer allowed into Russia.
Fighting for democracy is worth higher energy prices, says Timmermans
The war in Ukraine will lead to higher energy bills for Europeans, but they must resist to ensure democracy prevails, the EU Commission's Frans Timmermans tells Euronews
What is SWIFT and why is expelling Russia a 'last resort'?
A third package of EU sanctions could see Russia cut off from the international payment system, a radical move that would also hit the bloc.
EU freezes Putin's assets in response to Ukraine invasion
The bloc has also extended the sanctions to Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
EU27 agree 'massive and severe' Russia sanctions over Ukraine invasion
Meeting in Brussels, EU leaders agreed on sanctions to hit several sectors at the heart of Russia's economy, with more details to be given on Friday.
EU leader condemns 'barbaric' invasion of Ukraine, promises sanctions
The European Commission president said a new raft of sanctions will weaken Russia's ability to finance the war.
The EU sanctions Russia's defence minister and Putin's chief of staff
The latest raft of EU sanctions hits Putin's closest circle, including several army generals, a spokesperson and the editor-in-chief of the RT channel.
Punishing Putin: How the US could cut Russia off from the tech world
As well as imposing sanctions, the US could really hurt Russia's interests by exploiting its technological advantages.
EU sanctions 351 Russian lawmakers who voted to recognise Donbas
The fresh package of sanctions also limits Russia's access to the EU capital and financial markets.
EU avoids pre-emptive sanctions on Russia despite Ukraine's pleas
Ukraine's foreign affairs minister has urged Brussels to apply "some sanctions" on Russia before an invasion takes place.
EU imposes sanctions on five Mali officials including PM Choguel Maïga
The bloc has accused Malian officials of blocking the transition from military to civilian rule.
Russia will face massive costs if it attacks Ukraine, warns EU chief
Von der Leyen issued the warning during an interview with Euronews.
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Europe's week: Ukraine crisis, energy fears and nuclear labelled green
Here are the key stories occupying minds in Brussels this week.
How could the EU respond if Russia invades Ukraine?
Moscow’s continuing escalation of the situation at the border with Ukraine means Brussels is having to weigh up its options in the event of an attack.
Brussels backs Lithuania in row with China over Taiwan
Vilnius and Brussels have said Beijing has stopped clearing customs for products from Lithuania.
North Korea fires missiles for third time this year after US sanctions
Pyongyang's third weapons launch this month is seen as a reprisal for fresh sanctions imposed by the Biden administration for its continuing missile tests.
US hits North Korean officials with sanctions after missile test
The US Treasury says sanctions are being imposed on five officials, hours after Pyongyang said leader Kim Jong Un oversaw a successful test flight of a hypersonic missile.
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Europe's week: Omicron reveals the EU's coordination cracks
EU leaders closed an intense agenda this week with talks about the new COVID-19 variant omicron.
EU is vowing to fight against economic coercion. How far will it go?
"We will not accept intimidation tactics," said Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commission's Vice President.
Belarus imposes retaliatory sanctions on EU and UK airlines
Belarus said it would also ban imports of Western goods from countries that imposed sanctions on Minsk.
Belarus threatens to retaliate against latest EU and US sanctions
Minsk has admitted the latest sanctions on airliners and travel companies will "economically stifle" the country.
Watch: Belarus' opposition leader urges EU to respond with 'values'
The Belarusian opposition leader tells Euronews the only way to solve the ongoing border is to dismantle the regime of Alexander Lukashenko.
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Sanctions won't be enough to resolve the political crisis in Belarus. International non-recognition and the opening of criminal cases need to follow the upcoming Vienna Conference, says diplomat and opposition figure Pavel Latushka
EU to slap Belarus with new raft of sanctions over border crisis
The blacklist of targets believed to be involved in human trafficking will be developed over the coming days.
Belarus: Lukashenko threatens to cut gas supplies over EU sanctions
Belarus' autocratic leader has suggested he may halt gas supplies from Russia to Europe via its territory.
Chinese ambassador to UK barred from Parliament
The Chinese ambassador was due to attend a reception in the House of Commons organised by a cross-party parliamentary group on China.