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Italy, Russia's privileged partner
Italy RussiaTuesday December 17, 2013 8:33AM ET
Italy was and it remains a privileged partner for Russia in terms of trade relations, stated Russian President Vladimir Putin during the latest round of bilateral consultations with Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta.
Governor Sean Parnell declined pay increase
Sean ParnellTuesday December 17, 2013 6:33AM ET
Alaska Governor Sean Parnell said he will decline the pay increase recommended by the Alaska State Officers Compensation Commission.
France and Algeria enter into new cooperations
Jean-Marc AyraultTuesday December 17, 2013 5:23AM ET
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said in Algiers that the friendly relations binding Algeria and France would allow for new perspectives, as the two Mediterranean nations signed 9 cooperation agreements in various fields, APS news agency reported.
Another round of help for Central African Republic
Central African RepublicTuesday December 17, 2013 3:25AM ET
The European Commission is increasing its humanitarian aid by 18.5 million euros to the Central African Republic (CAR) to provide immediate life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable suffering in a crisis which has affected the country's entire population of 4.6 million.
Greece to get 2.97 billion euros for roads
Greece roadsTuesday December 17, 2013 2:02AM ET
EU financial support worth 2.97 billion euros to allow the building of four motorways in Greece has been approved the European Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn.
EU stops work on Ukraine pact
UkraineTuesday December 17, 2013 1:14AM ET
The European Commission announced it was halting work on a landmark trade and political pact with Ukraine, meanwhile details emerged of the sanctions the United States and the EU would impose on President Viktor Yanukovich if there was a crackdown on demonstrators.
Rajoy says the answer is in lower wages
MadridMonday December 16, 2013 8:49AM ET
Spain's Prime Minister has suggested his country's economy has improved due to his policy to lower wages.
EU to give 12.5 million euros for peace in Africa
AMANI AfricaMonday December 16, 2013 7:34AM ET
The EU will provide 12.5 million euros through the African Peace Facility to improve the management of African-led peace support operations. These funds will concretely support the establishment of a "Command, Control, Communication and Information System" (C3IS) over two years.
Venezuela clashes with World Bank over oil deal with Haiti
Pedro Canino GonzalezMonday December 16, 2013 6:09AM ET
Venezuela has dismissed as "disrespectful" comments by a senior World Bank official Mary Barton-Dock that Haiti was not transparent in its handling of funds provided under the Caracas-led PetroCaribe.
Mujica calls UN official 'liar'
Jose MujicaMonday December 16, 2013 4:42AM ET
President Jose Mujica reacted furiously to the accusation of Uruguay as a 'pirate state' from the UN official in charge of drugs' control, who was protesting the legalization of marihuana and because allegedly he was never received by the Uruguayan leader.
Visa-free travel to EU for 19 countries
EuropeMonday December 16, 2013 3:31AM ET
The Permanent Representatives (COREPER II) has agreed to add 19 countries to the EU visa-free list.
Mexico creates anti-corruption watchdog
Mexico CityMonday December 16, 2013 2:05AM ET
Mexican senators approved separate bills that would create an anti-corruption watchdog. Branches of the watchdog must be set up in all of Mexico's states.
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