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Over 1,800 migrants rescued, 13 bodies recovered off Italy coast

Jul 28, 2015

Over 1,800 migrants rescued, 13 bodies recovered off Italy coast

More than 1,800 migrants have been picked up in the Mediterranean and 13 bodies recovered as the exodus from north Africa by boat endures, Italy's coast guard said on Tuesday. #World #NewsTracker #EU #Italy #migration #boats #Migrant crisis
US and Turkey to work together to drive Islamic State from Northern Syria

Jul 28, 2015

US and Turkey to work together to drive Islamic State from Northern Syria

The US and Turkey have agreed to work together to drive Islamic State jihadists from northern Syria, senior US officials said on Monday, as Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu vowed to press ahead with parallel strikes against Kurdish militants. #World #US #Syria #France #NewsTracker #EU #Turkey #islamic-state
Tensions run high as Turkey launches new airstrikes against Islamic State

Jul 27, 2015

Tensions run high as Turkey launches new airstrikes against Islamic State

The Turkish military on Sunday launched new air strikes on Kurdish militants in northern Iraq as Ankara invoked an article of NATO to call a meeting of the military alliance over its campaign against the PKK separatists and IS jihadists. #World #NewsTracker #Europe #Nato #EU #Police #Turkey #Protests #Kurdish resistance
Obama urges Britain to stay in the European Union

Jul 24, 2015

Obama urges Britain to stay in the European Union

US President Barack Obama has urged Britain to stay in the European Union, cautioning remaining in the bloc was necessary to help preserve the nation's global influence #World #Obama #NewsTracker #EU #Britain #Greek crisis #G7
'Govt no longer listening to people': Thousand protests as Greece votes on bailout bill

Jul 23, 2015

'Govt no longer listening to people': Thousand protests as Greece votes on bailout bill

Thousands of anti-austerity protesters gathered in Athens today night as lawmakers prepared to vote on a second batch of reforms that must pass if Greece is to unlock a huge international bailout. #World #Greece #European Union #EU #Alexis Tsipras #Greece bailout
Greece Parliament approves harsh reforms with huge majority; bailout talks to begin soon

Jul 23, 2015

Greece Parliament approves harsh reforms with huge majority; bailout talks to begin soon

Following repayments to European creditors and the International Monetary Fund, Eurostat said Greece's debt fell to 301 billion euros at the end of the first quarter from 317 billion at the end of 2014 #IMF #Eurozone #EU #ECB #Greece debt crisis #Alexis Tsipras #Greece bailout
Greek banks set to reopen today, cash withdrawal restrictions remain

Jul 20, 2015

Greek banks set to reopen today, cash withdrawal restrictions remain

Greek banks are reopening on Monday after a forced 3-week closure but restrictions on cash withdrawals will remain. #World #Banks #NewsTracker #Financial crisis #EU #Greek crisis #Money
Economic opportunism from major powers in response to Iran nuclear decision

Jul 17, 2015

Economic opportunism from major powers in response to Iran nuclear decision

Wednesday's deal between the permanent members of the Security Council and the European Union has cleared a historic hurdle in nuclear-age diplomacy. The decision requires reduction in uranium enrichment from Iran and in return lifts economic sanctions on Iran's oil exports. #France #NewsTracker #Russia #Germany #Iran #EU #UK #ThisIsNow #opportunism
Debt crisis: Greek parliament approves austerity steps for bailout amid unrest, dissent

Jul 16, 2015

Debt crisis: Greek parliament approves austerity steps for bailout amid unrest, dissent

Tsipras said there was no alternative to the package, which he acknowledged would cause hardship, but he stood by the decision #IMF #bailout #EU #Greece debt crisis
Resurfacing Cold War: 11 killed in Ukraine rebel clashes this week

Jul 16, 2015

Resurfacing Cold War: 11 killed in Ukraine rebel clashes this week

Ukraine lost eight soldiers on Wednesday in a dramatic spike in fighting with pro-Russian gunmen that further imperilled a truce Washington's top European envoy is desperately trying to salvage in Kiev. #NewsTracker #Russia #Cold War #EU #Ukraine #Kiev #Eastern Europe