Diplomacy

Greek Cypriots to vote in runoff in hopes of peace deal

Feb 3, 2018

Greek Cypriots to vote in presidential runoff hoping for peace deal

Holocaust survivor, US lawmaker Lantos gets Budapest statue

Feb 1, 2018

A statue of late, Hungarian-born U.S. Congressman Tom Lantos has been unveiled in his childhood district in Budapest

EU urges US not to go it alone with Mideast peace efforts

Jan 31, 2018

The EU is urging the US not to go it alone in any effort to make peace between Israel and the Palestinians and says that doing so would end in failure

Cyprus party refuses to back candidate in presidential race

Jan 30, 2018

Leaders of a Cyprus political party aren't supporting either the incumbent or his leftist challenger in the runoff of the country's presidential election

EU condemns Venezuela's expulsion of Spanish ambassador

Jan 26, 2018

The European Union is condemning Venezuela's decision to order Spain's ambassador out of the country in response to the EU slapping sanctions on seven senior Venezuelan officials

Old guard against new blood in Cyprus presidential vote

Jan 26, 2018

Cypriots are voting Sunday to choose a president who could break a cycle of failure in talks to reunify the ethnically split island-nation _ and deliver the benefits of a rebounding economy to citizens still recovering from a severe economic crisis

Palestinian leader urges EU to recognize state, boost role

Jan 22, 2018

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is urging EU countries to recognize the state of Palestine and called on the 28-nation bloc to step political efforts in the Middle East amid Arab disappointment with the US role in the region

Belarus bristles at Kazakhstan's offer to host Ukraine talks

Jan 19, 2018

Belarus has mocked Kazakhstan's suggestion that it could serve as a new venue for Ukraine peace talks previously hosted by Minsk

Ukraine passes bill to get occupied regions back from Russia

Jan 18, 2018

The Ukrainian parliament has passed a bill referring to the regions in the country's east controlled by Russia-backed separatists

Hungary irate over Romanian leader's comments about autonomy

Jan 12, 2018

Hungary's foreign minister says provocative comments by Romania's prime minister about autonomy efforts by Szeklers, a group of ethnic Hungarians in Romania, are "unworthy of the 21st century."

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