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Peter Oliver

​Greece becomes first developed nation to default on international obligations
The International Monetary Fund has confirmed that it didn't receive the €1.6 billion payment from Athens that was due by the end of June 30, Brussels time, making Greece the first developed country to default on its international obligations.

30.06.2015 14:24

​Eleventh hour deal on Greek debt still feasible – Juncker
The possibility of reaching an agreement with Greece still remains, the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said. “There is very little time left, we are talking about minutes and seconds,” he added.

29.06.2015 11:38

Man beheaded, several injured in Islamist attack on French gas factory
A terrorist attack on a French factory in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier left one person killed and two injured, the country’s president confirmed. The victim was reported to have been beheaded at the gate of the site.

June 26, 2015 16:05

France's Le Pen announces new far-right bloc in EU parliament
Far-right parties from France, Italy and the Netherlands claimed on Monday that they will create a new anti-EU group in the European Parliament. If it is formed, it will be the second Eurosceptic grouping in the parliament.

16.06.2015 15:22

American dreaming, from G1 to Bilderberg
What’s the connection between the G7 summit in Germany, President Putin’s visit to Italy, the Bilderberg club meeting in Austria, and the TTIP – the US-EU free trade deal – negotiations in Washington?

11.06.2015 10:50

Greece replaces Finance Minister Varoufakis as lead in debt talks
The Greek government has given Financial Relations Minister Euclid Tsakalotos the lead in negotiating with international creditors. The Syriza-led coalition says the team headed by Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has failed to produce results.

28.04.2015 09:12

Berlin knew Ukraine unsafe for flights before MH17 crash – reports
The German authorities were aware of the risks of flying over war-torn eastern Ukraine before Malaysian flight MH17 was shot down last July, but failed to inform local air carriers of the danger, media reports claim.

27.04.2015 13:13

Costly ‘paper tiger’: EU army plans under scrutiny for financial reasons
The idea to create a united European Union army may be discussed at the EU summit in June. However, even those who support the idea are doubtful whether member states can afford it, as most nations must fulfill their commitments to NATO.

09.03.2015 15:43

Danish police kill suspect in two Copenhagen shootings
Danish police said they killed a man likely responsible for two Copenhagen shootings – at a synagogue and at a café hosting a free speech debate.

15.02.2015 00:07

Ukraine crisis: Putin, Poroshenko, Hollande, Merkel voice plans for Minsk meeting
A 'Normandy Four' meeting may be held in the Belarus capital as early as Wednesday, the German government said, following a phone call between Vladimir Putin, Petro Poroshenko, Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande.

08.02.2015 08:38

Munich Security Conference
World leaders have gathered to discuss the key challenges in international security policy at the annual Munich Security Conference, which began on Friday. The on-going conflict in Ukraine is top of the agenda.

07.02.2015 09:34

Lavrov: US escalated Ukraine crisis at every stage, blamed Russia
Sergey Lavrov has lashed out at the US for their double standards over Ukraine and taking steps that “only promoted further aggravation” of the conflict. He added Russia is ready to guarantee agreements between Kiev and the self-proclaimed republics.

07.02.2015 11:14