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KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich urged parliament on Tuesday to pass laws to underpin the country's pro-Europe drive, even as Russia renewed pressure on Kiev to halt its westward course.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Tension between Russia and Belarus rose on Thursday as Moscow warned oil supply cuts to its energy-poor neighbour could last for months, and Minsk threatened to open a criminal case against a Russian tycoon with Kremlin ties.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union called on China on Wednesday to release one of the country's most prominent rights activists, Xu Zhiyong, telling Beijing to respect international standards on freedom of expression.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia ordered its oil firms on Wednesday to cut supplies to neighbouring Belarus by around a quarter, in a major escalation of a trade and diplomatic dispute following the arrest in Minsk of the boss of Russian potash firm.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is preparing tighter customs controls with Ukraine in case Kiev makes the "suicidal" move of signing an association agreement with the European Union, an aide to President Vladimir Putin was quoted as saying on Sunday.
BEIJING: Beijing has begun an anti-dumping probe into European wine, the commerce ministry said yesterday after the EU imposed tariffs on solar panel imports from China, in a dramatic broadening of their trade dispute.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China hit back at European wine exports on Wednesday in response to the European Union's decision to impose duties on imports of Chinese solar panels, as tensions mounted between two of the world's biggest trading partners.