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Energy leaders say climate crisis more urgent
Energy leaders say climate crisis more urgent

Energy industry leaders on Wednesday called for a fresh push in the fight against climate change and urged governments to make it easier for the world's poor to access power sources.

Energy leaders say climate crisis more urgent
LatAm leaders open summit, noting Chavez's absence
LatAm leaders open summit, noting Chavez's absence

After wrapping up talks with their European counterparts, Latin American leaders on Sunday opened their own summit here, with the event notable for the absence of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

LatAm leaders open summit, noting Chavez's absence
LatAm, Europe back free trade, eye strategic alliance
LatAm, Europe back free trade, eye strategic alliance

European and Latin American leaders have pledged to shun protectionism and boost their strategic partnership to foster free trade and sustainable development based on close international cooperation.

LatAm, Europe back free trade, eye strategic alliance
Latin America, Europe open summit to boost trade
Latin America, Europe open summit to boost trade

Latin American and European leaders open a two-day summit here Saturday to give a fresh impetus to efforts to seal a free trade agreement between their two blocs.

Latin America, Europe open summit to boost trade
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Britain urges bold G8 action on global economy

British Prime Minister David Cameron called on his fellow G8 leaders on Wednesday to start work now on agreeing "bold steps" to help boost global economic growth, ahead of a summit he will host in June.

Britain urges bold G8 action on global economy
EU leaders end year on high with Greece, bank deals
EU leaders end year on high with Greece, bank deals

EU leaders put a crisis-hit year behind them at the last summit of 2012 Friday, trumpeting hard-fought deals on Greece and banks but seemed to row back on reforms to fix the euro's shortcomings.

EU leaders end year on high with Greece, bank deals
EU on verge of bridging pre-summit gulf on banks watchdog
EU on verge of bridging pre-summit gulf on banks watchdog

European governments argued through the night in a bid to agree a deal on tightening the oversight of eurozone bank, hours before leaders stage on Thursday their final summit of a gruelling third year in debt-crisis mode.

EU on verge of bridging pre-summit gulf on banks watchdog
EU seals deal on banks watchdog, ahead of end-of-year summit
EU seals deal on banks watchdog, ahead of end-of-year summit

The European Union agreed early Thursday to create a bank supervisor to oversee lenders across the eurozone, following marathon talks which ended hours before the year's final EU summit.

EU seals deal on banks watchdog, ahead of end-of-year summit
Chavez summit no-show raises new health fears
Chavez summit no-show raises new health fears

The rumor mill over the health of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is again spinning wildly as cancer-related treatment forces the leftist anti-US firebrand to skip another international summit.

Chavez summit no-show raises new health fears
Pakistan attacks kill 35 as leaders meet for summit
Pakistan attacks kill 35 as leaders meet for summit

A suicide attack on a Shiite Muslim procession in Pakistan overnight killed 23 people in the deadliest assault in the country for five months as Muslim leaders gathered for a rare summit in Islamabad.

Pakistan attacks kill 35 as leaders meet for summit
EU leaders suspend budget talks until noon Friday
EU leaders suspend budget talks until noon Friday

European Union leaders on Friday called an overnight suspension of talks aimed at reaching a deal on a hotly contested long-term budget.

EU leaders suspend budget talks until noon Friday
Photo by Danial Okassov©
40% of Kazakhstan GDP is generated by women

The number of women-deputies in Kazakhstan Majilis has increased 1.4-fold and reached 24 percent after the latest elections.

40% of Kazakhstan GDP is generated by women
Obama set to dive into South China Sea turmoil
Obama set to dive into South China Sea turmoil

US President Barack Obama is set to dive into the tumultuous diplomatic waters of the South China Sea on Tuesday at a summit dominated by rival claims to the strategically vital area.

Obama set to dive into South China Sea turmoil
Photo by Danial Okassov©
Astana to host 3rd Eurasian Women's Summit

The event will mainly cover expansion of women's opportunities by business and economic skills.

Astana to host 3rd Eurasian Women's Summit
US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. ©REUTERS
Obama set to tackle sea rows at Asia summit

US President Barack Obama is set to wade into the troubled waters of Asia's maritime disputes at a regional summit next week, with allies hoping for support in their efforts to contain China.

Obama set to tackle sea rows at Asia summit
European Union's national flags. ©REUTERS
EU budget talks collapse

The first round in two weeks of tough talks on the European Union budget collapsed Friday after austerity-minded states refused to plug a 2012 budget shortfall in funds destined for Europe's needy.

EU budget talks collapse
S. Korea presidential favourite open to summit with North
S. Korea presidential favourite open to summit with North

South Korea's presidential front-runner, Park Geun-Hye, promised Monday a new policy of engagement with Pyongyang and said she would be willing to hold a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

S. Korea presidential favourite open to summit with North
Crisis-hit Europe 'still economic power': France
Crisis-hit Europe 'still economic power': France

Top European leaders jetting into Laos for a major summit are on a mission to reassure Asia that their crisis-hit region is "still an economic power".

Crisis-hit Europe 'still economic power': France
EU to sanction Iran, Syria, help Mali reconquer its north
EU to sanction Iran, Syria, help Mali reconquer its north

Europe's foreign ministers will sharply ramp up the pressure on Iran and Syria at talks Monday, while taking a "big step" in Africa by agreeing to assist Mali reconquer its north from rebels and Islamist extremists.

EU to sanction Iran, Syria, help Mali reconquer its north
World economy needs action from China, EU: Geithner
World economy needs action from China, EU: Geithner

US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said Saturday the global economy was on the mend, but more needed to be done to stoke domestic demand in China and fix Europe's fiscal woes.

World economy needs action from China, EU: Geithner