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Members face asset freeze and travel ban for backing Syria's Bashar Al Assad. Ferry Biedermann reports from Amsterdam
July 23, 2013
European bloc defends measures against organisations with links to occupied territories.
July 21, 2013
Bosnia, a country of less than four million, is a cauldron of religious and sectarian feelings on a par with Syria and Lebanon. Ferry Biedermann reports from Sarajevo
July 1, 2013
While a famous mosque in Bosnia's second largest city has been restored, Muslims from the city remain scattered. Ferry Biedermann reports from Banja Luka.
May 28, 2013
Opposition and activists accuse Al Assad 'death squads' of killing women and children in Malkiyeh massacre, underscoring the urgent need for international efforts to stop further atrocities.
March 2, 2013
The Muslim Brotherhood goes and talks to Egypt's farmers and the urban poor. Until the Tahrir Square activists do the same, they will never be a real political force.
February 27, 2013
Flare-up comes on eve of tomorrow's vote in the UN General Assembly on the Palestinian Authority's request for non-member state status.
November 28, 2012
If Bashar Al Assad and other combatants in Syria do not know the name Carla Del Ponte, they soon might.
November 12, 2012
EU condemns moves for yet more settler communities in the Palestinian territories but agrees to deal over pharmaceuticals.
October 25, 2012
Europe's ageing population demands innovations in ways to care for elderly with compassion while balancing growing health care costs.
July 29, 2012
In Syria, the chances of a peaceful transfer of power is a shameful fantasy
July 22, 2012
Europe's foreign policy chief attends talks between the European Union and China in a sign of the increasing strategic importance of the communist country's economic weight.
July 11, 2012
Euro Zone: The decision to rescue Spain's battered banking sector is likely to trigger a wave of protests from Greece, Ireland and Portugal.
June 11, 2012
Recommendations tread a fine line between budget discipline and stimulating growth.
May 31, 2012
In this extremely muddled diatribe aimed squarely at US voters, the rabidly right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders severely criticises "facilitators of Islam".
May 26, 2012
UAE and US sign memorandum of understanding in first strategic dialogue
Jacques Cousteau's grandson launches age of the aquanaut
When presidents go pop: how music has soundtracked 200 years of US elections
Afghan youth pedal for recognition amid peace talks
Meat rules in EU row over veggie burgers