Diplomacy

Ukrainian authorities and separatist rebels swap prisoners

Dec 27, 2017

Ukrainian authorities and Russian-backed separatist rebels on Wednesday conducted the biggest exchange of prisoners since the start of an armed conflict in the country's east and a sign of progress in the implementation of a 2015 peace deal

Ukraine worried about Russia's pullout from monitoring team

Dec 20, 2017

Ukraine on Wednesday deplored Russia's decision to withdraw its military observers from a joint group monitoring the truce in eastern Ukraine, saying it could fuel hostilities

EU extends sanctions against Russia over Ukraine

Dec 14, 2017

The European Union has extended sanctions against Russia because of stalled peace process in Ukraine

NATO prolongs chief Stoltenberg's term for 2 more years

Dec 12, 2017

NATO is giving Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg two more years as head of the world's biggest military alliance

EU rebuffs idea of recognizing Jerusalem as Netanyahu visits

Dec 11, 2017

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is urging the EU to back a new U.S. peace initiative in the Middle East, after President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital triggered clashes in the Palestinian territories

Tillerson says Ukraine key sticking point in US-Russia ties

Dec 7, 2017

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says Ukraine is the sole sticking point keeping the U.S. and Russia from forging a closer relationship

In Europe, Tillerson carries on but with diminished standing

Dec 6, 2017

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's tenuous future in the Trump administration is following him to Europe

Official: US to tap longtime diplomat to run Havana embassy

Dec 5, 2017

The Trump administration intends to name a former U.S. ambassador to the Philippines and Bolivia to run its embassy in Cuba

The Latest: EU calls on US to stick to Iran nuclear deal

Dec 5, 2017

The European Union's top diplomat says the United States stepping away from a landmark nuclear deal would be counterproductive and insisted other disputes with Tehran should be tackled otherwise

Bulgarian government jet denied access to Iranian airspace

Nov 29, 2017

A Bulgarian government jet carrying Prime Minister Boiko Borisov to Saudi Arabia has been denied access to Iranian airspace, forcing him to fly over Iraq

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