Russian Deputy Prime Minister says, Moscow is ready to resume gas supplies to Europe

Moscow is ready to resume gas supplies to Europe through the Yamal-Europe Pipeline, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak told state TASS news agency.

EU Parliament strips MEP Kaili of vice presidency

Greek MEP Eva Kaili has denied involvement in an alleged bribery scandal involving Qatar at the European Parliament.

Ukraine war gives boom to Eastern Europe’s arms industry

Eastern Europe's arms industry is churning out guns, artillery shells and other military supplies at a pace not seen since the Cold War as governments in the region lead efforts to aid Ukraine in its fight against Russia.

Iran rejected the sanctions imposed on Iranian individuals and institutions

Iran has declared that it reserves the right to respond by describing the sanctions imposed by the European Union (EU) and the UK regarding Mahsa Emini's death and the protests that started in the country afterward, as "baseless, unlawful and interference in its internal affairs".

Sweden will not permit NATO’s nuclear weapons on its soil

Sweden will not permit NATO to position nuclear weapons on its soil, Foreign Minister Tobias Billstrom told local news outlet TT on Friday, clarifying comments made earlier this month by the country’s defense minister.

Italy denied migrants entry on its shores

Italy denied migrants entry on its shores as hundreds of migrants waiting aboard rescue ships, even as a diplomatic row broke out between Paris and Rome over another vessel seeking safe harbour.

China not allowing EU leader’s video address at trade expo

Chinese authorities behind a major trade expo in Shanghai pulled an opening ceremony address by the European Council president that was set to criticise Russia's "illegal war" in Ukraine and call for reduced EU trade dependency on China, diplomats said.

Europe needs its industrial companies to save energy

Europe needs its industrial companies to save energy amid soaring costs and shrinking supplies, and they are delivering - demand for natural gas and electricity both fell in the past quarter.

Europe is going through unprecedented warm seasonal spell

After a summer marked by repeated heatwaves across much of the continent, Europe is experiencing exceptional temperatures even as it heads into the start of autumn -- a sign of accelerating climate change.

EU to discuss the future sanctions on Iran

European foreign ministers will on Monday discuss the transfer of Iranian drones to Russia and could come to a political agreement on future sanctions related to such activity

ESA releases images of Indus river overflowing

The agency released images from the satellite showing an area where the Indus River has overflowed

Pakistan’s stance on the Russia-Ukraine conflict and its GSP+ case

The EU has assured Pakistan that its stance on the Russia-Ukraine conflict will have no bearing on the inclusion of Islamabad in the GSP+