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ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia is set to issue an international arrest warrant for former Dinamo Zagreb coach Zoran Mamic who failed to report this week to serve his jail sentence for fraud, the Zagreb county court said on Tuesday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland removed Italy and Austria from its list of countries where arrivals are subject to mandatory hotel quarantine but kept the measures in place for three other European Union member states despite misgivings from the EU executive.
Group set to devote more time to discussing approach to Beijing than any other topic as West seeks to reassert its role as a global leaderGuests at the meeting include several key Indo-Pacific nations, including Australia, India and South Korea
(Reuters) - The following is the European qualifying draw for the 2023 women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, which was made in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday:
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU countries and EU lawmakers agreed late Thursday evening to allow Facebook and Microsoft to scan and remove online child sexual abuse, potentially paving the way for a deal in the coming months on privacy rules targeting online platforms.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Logitech's expanded share buyback will not hinder the tech company's ability to make big acquisitions, Chief Executive Bracken Darrell said on Thursday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany rejects a redrawing of borders in the Western Balkans along ethnic lines and the idea has been "put back into a drawer", Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - The following is the list of players from the 12 founding members of the breakaway Super League who have recently played for their country and could be banned from playing international matches if UEFA and FIFA push through their proposals.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria said on Tuesday it plans to funnel 651,000 doses of BioNTech and Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine to six countries of the Western Balkans by August as part of a European Union scheme to provide assistance to neighbouring countries and Africa.
SARAJEVO/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - An unofficial European Union diplomatic note seen by Reuters on redrawing borders along ethnic lines in the Western Balkans has caused angst and distress in Bosnia, which fears an unexpected shift in EU strategy.