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Iran will not rule out possibility of military conflict with Israel

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif accused Israel of engaging in "adventurism" with its bombing campaigns in Syria and said he could not rule out the possibility of a military conflict between the countries.

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Trump says EU trade talks key to outcome on auto tariffs

President Donald Trump says that tariffs on imported vehicles from Europe are something "we certainly think about" and suggested that a final decision will hinge on the United States and the European Union reaching a trade deal in the coming months

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Trump says EU trade talks key to outcome on auto tariffs

President Donald Trump says that tariffs on imported vehicles from Europe are something "we certainly think about" and suggested that a ...

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Oil settles 1 percent higher on hopes of market rebalance, trade deal

Crude prices rose more than 1 percent on Wednesday to their highest level this year on hopes that oil markets will balance later this year, helped by ...

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Oil rises more than 1 percent on hopes of market rebalance, trade deal

Crude prices rose more than 1 percent on Wednesday to their highest this year, on hopes that oil markets will balance later this year, helped by ...

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French far-right EU candidate says his party equals progress

The top French far-right candidate in European parliamentary elections says that his party epitomizes progress with its return to the grassroots of a ...

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EU countries back copyright reforms aimed at Google, Facebook

European Union countries on Wednesday endorsed an overhaul of the bloc's copyright rules which would force Google and Facebook Inc to pay publishers for news snippets and filter out copyright-protected content on YouTube or Instagram.

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Microsoft Detects Hacking Targeting Europe Democracy Groups

A hacking group has targeted European democratic institutions including think tanks and non-profit groups ahead of highly anticipated EU parliamentary elections in May, Microsoft said. The company said Tuesday that a group called Strontium targeted email accounts for more than 100 people in six European countries working for the German Council ...

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Microsoft: Russian hackers are trying to influence EU elections

The European Elections come at a crucial time for the world, since their outcome could ultimately dictate if peace in Europe can be maintained. That explains why the number of attempts to undermine the process by a hostile nation state (with a name t...

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An Indictment Exposes America's Witless Intelligence Agencies

Monica Witt allegedly spied for Iran—but she defected in 2013, so she’ll never be brought to justice.

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Trump administration launches global effort to end criminalization of homosexuality

The administration is responding in part to a reported hanging of a young gay man in Iran, Trump’s top geopolitical foe.

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British Farmers Face Brexit Date Shipment Conundrum

British farmers and food producers must decide whether to proceed with shipments next week because exports could face tariffs if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal, a farming leader said on Tuesday. Britain is due to leave the EU on ...

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Honda's U.K. plant closure adds to rising Brexit worries

The decision threatens at least 3,500 jobs, making uncertainty about Britain's divorce from the EU even worse

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Honda's U.K. plant closure adds to rising Brexit worries

The decision threatens at least 3,500 jobs, making uncertainty about Britain's divorce from the EU even worse

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Twitter adds new policies for ads to protect EU elections in May

Twitter announced Tuesday it'll make tools available in the European Union for transparency on who pays for political ads on its platform and how they're promoted.

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EU, UK to have more Brexit talks but key disagreement intact

The European Union has warned British Prime Minister Theresa May that her trip to EU headquarters to seek an elusive breakthrough in Brexit ...

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EU's Vestager says not precluding Facebook case in future

Facebook is not currently in EU regulators' crosshairs but it may well be in future because of the crucial role played by data, Europe's antitrust ...

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Twitter tightens up EU political ad rules ahead of election

Twitter tightening up rules for European Union political ads ahead of spring elections

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Twitter tightens up EU political ad rules ahead of election

Twitter tightening up rules for European Union political ads ahead of spring elections

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Twitter Tightens EU Political Ad Rules Ahead of Election

Twitter said Tuesday it is tightening up rules for European Union political ads ahead of bloc-wide elections this spring, following similar moves by fellow tech giants Facebook and Google. The social media company said it is extending restrictions already in place for federal elections in the United States. Under the new rules, which will also ...

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State Department video uses former embassy to send a message to Iranians

Exclusive: Video seeks to draw a contrast between how the U.S. and Iran have behaved in the decades since the Iranian Revolution.

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Iran unveils submarine that can launch cruise missiles

Iran has unveiled a homemade submarine that the nation says is capable of firing cruise missiles and staying more than 650 feet underwater for five ...

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May heads to EU on Wednesday to push for Brexit breakthrough

Prime Minister Theresa May will meet top EU official Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels on Wednesday, pressing on with efforts to find a way to get ...

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EU gets heavy-duty on pollution: 1st standards for trucks

The European Union has reached a tentative agreement on the first specific EU standards for trucks to get polluting CO2 levels down

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Aviva, NatWest to join 'Brexodus' of business to EU

England's High Court on Tuesday gave Aviva, Britain’s second largest insurer, approval to transfer around 9 billion pounds ($11.69 billion) in assets to a new Irish company just before the starting gun is fired on Brexit.

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Tech could unite Europe's populists ahead of EU vote in May

The offer by Italy's populist 5-Star Movement to share its web platform with France's yellow vest protesters could be a harbinger of what's to come in the upcoming European Parliament elections

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Germany, France Push to Create European Industrial Policy

Germany and France on Tuesday launched a drive to overhaul the European Union's competition rules to facilitate the creation of world-leading companies. They pushed forward a project to create a car battery consortium aimed at catching up with Asian ...

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