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EU moves closer to counting calories in alcoholic drinks
EU moves closer to counting calories in alcoholic drinks

Health conscious tipplers may be closer to finding out just how many calories they are imbibing as consumer advocates push for EU nutritional labelling on alcoholic drinks.

EU moves closer to counting calories in alcoholic drinks
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Kazakhstan welcomes agreement between Iran and P5+1

Kazakhstan's Foreign Ministry has released a statement regarding the agreement on Iran’s nuclear activities between Iran and P5+1 achieved in the course of the negotiations in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Kazakhstan welcomes agreement between Iran and P5+1
Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier. ©gor.kz
Foreign Ministers of Kazakhstan and Germany discuss cooperation

Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier had a phone conversation on March 29.

Foreign Ministers of Kazakhstan and Germany discuss cooperation
After charm offensive, EU pressure on Greece for reform results
After charm offensive, EU pressure on Greece for reform results

A charm offensive by Greece's prime minister this week calmed bruised relations with Germany, but pressure remains on Athens to deliver on promised reforms.

After charm offensive, EU pressure on Greece for reform results
Greece to submit new reform list within days: statement
Greece to submit new reform list within days: statement

Greece has agreed to give creditors a new list of reforms within days in order to secure bailout funds.

Greece to submit new reform list within days: statement
EU's Russia sanctions extended to end-2015: Tusk
EU's Russia sanctions extended to end-2015: Tusk

EU leaders agreed to effectively extend economic sanctions against Russia until the end of 2015.

EU's Russia sanctions extended to end-2015: Tusk
Greece, Ukraine to dominate EU summit
Greece, Ukraine to dominate EU summit

Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will plead with European counterparts at a summit in Brussels to release vital funds to help his debt-laden country.

Greece, Ukraine to dominate EU summit
Greek parliament adopts anti-poverty law despite EU row
Greek parliament adopts anti-poverty law despite EU row

The Greek parliament overwhelmingly adopted a "humanitarian crisis" bill to help its poorest people, ignoring apparent pressure from the European Union to halt the legislation.

Greek parliament adopts anti-poverty law despite EU row
No compromise with Russia over Ukraine sanctions: EU chief
No compromise with Russia over Ukraine sanctions: EU chief

The European Union must not compromise with Russia over sanctions in response to the Ukraine crisis, the bloc's chief Donald Tusk said in an interview.

No compromise with Russia over Ukraine sanctions: EU chief
EU, Germany raise 'Grexit' alarm over Greece bailout
EU, Germany raise 'Grexit' alarm over Greece bailout

EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has warned of an alarming lack of progress in talks on Greece's bailout, as Germany raised the spectre of a tumultuous Greek exit from the euro.

EU, Germany raise 'Grexit' alarm over Greece bailout
Photo courtesy of Kazakhstan Temir Zholy press office.
New Lianyungang-Almaty container train launched

A new regular container train Lianyungang-Almaty has been launched on February 25.

New Lianyungang-Almaty container train launched
British claim to have cut EU charge false: report
British claim to have cut EU charge false: report

A British government claim to have negotiated the halving of a £1.7 billion payment demanded by the European Union is "not supported by the facts".

British claim to have cut EU charge false: report
Iran nuclear deal 'is at hand': EU foreign policy chief
Iran nuclear deal 'is at hand': EU foreign policy chief

The European Union's foreign policy chief said an Iran nuclear deal was "at hand" and urged different sides to show political will ahead of a new round of talks.

Iran nuclear deal 'is at hand': EU foreign policy chief
EU announces aid to pork industry hit by Russian ban
EU announces aid to pork industry hit by Russian ban

European Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan announced measures to raise pork prices to help the industry hit by a Russian embargo.

EU announces aid to pork industry hit by Russian ban
Germany rejects Greece 'take-it or leave-it' debt offer
Germany rejects Greece 'take-it or leave-it' debt offer

Germany rejected a take-it or leave-it request by Athens for a six-month extension to its EU loan programme.

Germany rejects Greece 'take-it or leave-it' debt offer
Greece eyes pain-free EU loan deal
Greece eyes pain-free EU loan deal

Greece was expected to bid for extra debt crisis aid from the EU without strings attached, ahead of a closely-watched ECB meeting on the country's emergency funds.

Greece eyes pain-free EU loan deal
Fans protest as 'Russian Sinatra' hit by EU sanctions
Fans protest as 'Russian Sinatra' hit by EU sanctions

Russian MPs spoke out and fans launched a Twitter campaign after the European Union slapped sanctions on a popular singer often compared to Frank Sinatra.

Fans protest as 'Russian Sinatra' hit by EU sanctions
EU urges joint action to stop Libya 'breaking apart'
EU urges joint action to stop Libya 'breaking apart'

The European Union said it will meet with the Egyptian and US governments this week to discuss joint action on Libya.

EU urges joint action to stop Libya 'breaking apart'
 Yerlan Idrissov. Photo courtesy of Turar Kazangapov
Minsk agreement might fail again: Kazakhstan's Idrissov

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Yerlan Idrissov has expressed concerns over the implementation of the agreement signed in Minsk.

Minsk agreement might fail again: Kazakhstan's Idrissov
Greece, eurozone thrash out high-stakes debt rescue changes
Greece, eurozone thrash out high-stakes debt rescue changes

Greece goes into talks with its eurozone partners demanding changes to a massive international bailout.

Greece, eurozone thrash out high-stakes debt rescue changes