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European Union leaders are struggling to bridge significant differences over a natural gas price cap as winter approaches and Russia's war on Ukraine fuels an energy crisis.
European companies are ramping up security around pipelines and energy prices are climbing again as the suspected sabotage of two pipelines that deliver natural gas from Russia underscored the vulnerability of Europe’s energy infrastructure and prompted the EU to warn of possible…
European Union officials say the 27-nation bloc should impose "biting sanctions" on Russian trade and hit officials responsible for "sham referendums" held in parts of Ukraine.
How do American leaders and their allies intend to respond if President Vladimir Putin seeks to escalate his way out of a bad situation on Ukraine’s battlefields, and makes good on renewed threats of annexing territory or even using nuclear weapons?…
In the most significant effort yet to punish Russia for its war in Ukraine, the European Union agreed to ban the overwhelming majority of Russian oil imports.
The European Union's chief executive has called on the 27-nation bloc to ban oil imports from Russia in a sixth package of sanctions over the war in Ukraine.
China is renewing its criticism of Western sanctions against Russia and says it won't be forced to choose sides in the conflict in Ukraine.
The White House says the United States will expand its sanctions on Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine by targeting members of the country's parliament and the central bank's gold reserves.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg will remain in his role for an extra year to help steer the 30-nation military organization through the security crisis sparked by Russia's war on Ukraine.
U.S. President Joe Biden says the U.S. and NATO "will respond," if Russia uses chemical weapons in Ukraine.
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