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EU leaders pitch into battle over British rebate

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders pitched into a bruising battle over the bloc's long-term budget on Friday, with Britain steadfastly defending its cherished rebate against opposition from its 24 fellow member states.

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Bush, EU leaders emphasize unity on Iran, China

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush and European Union leaders emphasized unity on pressuring Iran to give up nuclear ambitions and China to lower trade barriers at a summit on Monday overshadowed by a crisis within the EU.

Bush, EU leaders talk about Iraq at summit

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush and European Union leaders sought to emphasize unity on Iraq and other trans-Atlantic issues on Monday at a summit overshadowed by a crisis within the EU.

Japan is going greener

Japan is taking steps to curb its impact on the global climate, writes HILARY CHIEW.

Japan is going greener

Japan is taking steps to curb its impact on the global climate, writes HILARY CHIEW.

U.S. wants G8 climate debate to move beyond Kyoto

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - President George W. Bush has not shifted his position on climate policy but wants to broaden the debate on the controversial issue, White House officials said on Tuesday ahead of a Group of Eight summit.

U.S. wants G8 climate debate to move beyond Kyoto

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - President George W. Bush has not shifted his position on climate policy but wants to broaden the debate on the controversial issue, White House officials said on Tuesday ahead of a Group of Eight summit.

G8 close to climate deal but it could lack detail

GLENEAGLES, Scotland (Reuters) - World leaders look set to reach a deal on climate change at their G8 summit on Thursday but environmentalists will be unimpressed if, as expected, they fail to commit themselves to specific targets.

"Don't expect favours at G8," Bush tells Blair

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush said Tony Blair should not expect any special favours at this week's G8 summit despite the British prime minister's solid support for the Americans in Iraq.