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EU says new Israeli law risks undermining democracy

The European Union criticised a new Israeli law that increases regulation of many human rights organisations.

Don't turn your back on the EU: Obama tells Britons as 'a friend'

Don't turn your back on the EU: Obama tells Britons as 'a friend'

US President Barack Obama appealed directly to British voters on Friday to remain in the European Union, saying membership had magnified Britain`s place in the world and made the bloc stronger and more outward looking.

Turkey says next migrant transfer delayed, blames Greece

The next transfer of migrants to Turkey from Greece under a controversial deal with the EU has been postponed until later this week at Athens` request, a Turkish official said Tuesday.

Greece says up to 70,000 migrants may be `trapped` next month

Some 6,500 people were stuck at the Idomeni camp on Greece`s northern border with Macedonia. 

EU warns Burundi of `measures` over violence

Security forces, rebels and the opposition all blame each other for the hundreds of killings since last year. 

EU demands 'immediate' halt to Russia strikes on Syrian rebels

The EU demanded on Monday the "immediate" halt of Russian air strikes against moderate Syrian rebel groups, adding that a lasting peace was impossible under Moscow-backed President Bashar al-Assad.

EU unveils details of Juncker investment plan

The European Union unveiled details of an eagerly awaited 300-billion-euro investment plan to boost the continent`s flatlining economy on Tuesday on the eve of a formal announcement by new Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker.