Europe

China, EU Agree to Hold Talks on Planned EV Tariffs Amid Ongoing Tensions

China and the European Union (EU) have agreed to negotiate on proposed tariffs on Chinese EVs amid ongoing tensions.


After Vladimir Putin Meets Xi Jinping, Russia and China Establish Payment Alternatives to Evade US Sanctions for Now

Russia's President Vladimir Putin's visit to China last month reportedly secured alternative payment methods for the two nations...

Russian Hackers Demand $50 Million Ransom After NHS Hospital Cyberattack

Following a cyberattack on Synnovis that disrupted NHS hospitals, Russian hacker group Qilin has demanded a $50 million ransom while threatening to release stolen data obtained during the breach...

Italy Arrests Russian Businessman Accused of Helping Son of Putin Ally Escape From House Arrest

Italian authorities have arrested a Russian businessman accused of assisting the son of a Putin ally in escaping house arrest in Italy...


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Spain Axes 'Golden Visa' Program Granting Residency to Wealthy Non-EU Citizens After Large Investments in Real Estate
Spain announced its intention to eliminate the program known as "golden visas," which grants residency permits to wealthy people from non-European Union countries who invest in real estate.
Russia Seeks Emergency Gasoline Supply From Kazakhstan as Ukraine Aims Drones at Oil Refineries: Report
Russia is reportedly considering Kazakhstan as a potential source of gasoline in the event of shortages aggravated by Ukrainian drone attacks on oil refineries.
Norway Labor Unions Successfully Negotiated a 5.2% Wage Increase, Avoiding Major Strike
Labor unions and employers in Norway have successfully negotiated a 5.2% wage increase.
Dutch Government Set to Comply With US Demands on Chip Exports to China
The Dutch government is reportedly set to comply with the US demand to tighten restrictions on semiconductor-related exports to China.
Ukrainians Can Now File Online Compensation Claims as Register Opens of Damage to Homes Caused by Russia's Invasion
Ukrainians can now start filing claims for damage to their homes as a result of Russia's invasion at a newly established register that opened Tuesday.
HSBC Is Considering Selling Some Business Units in Germany to Focus on Asia as It Further Exits From Europe
HSBC is reportedly considering selling various business units in Germany.
Russia Could Turn Against Vladimir Putin as Economic Strength Wanes and Western Sanctions Heighten, Economists Warn
Economists warned that Russia's economic strength could likely wane this year, with Russian President Vladimir Putin likely to lose support if Western sanctions make life more difficult for Russians.
Scotland's Billionaire Brothers Criticize SNP/Greens, Warn Against Taxpayer Dependency
Scotland's billionaire brothers, Sandy and James Easdale, have criticized the SNP/Greens coalition.
UK: Billionaire Businessman Mohamed Mansour Awarded Knighthood for Donating $6.3 Million to Tories
A prominent businessman and former Egyptian government minister has been unexpectedly bestowed with a knighthood.
US, South Korea Form New Task Force to Block North Korea Oil Shipments
The US and South Korea have set up a new task force to prevent North Korea from obtaining illegal oil.
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