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The European Union (EU) is an economic and political union of 27 member states, located primarily in Europe. Committed to regional integration, the EU was established by the Treaty of Maastricht on 1 November 1993 upon the foundations of the European Communities.

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Bargylus wine is poured into a glass during a tasting session in Beirut
New Zealand Wine Industry Gets Ready To Boost Presence in South Korea Export Market

By IBTimes AU

New Zealand wine industry is jubilant that the FTA with South Korea has thrown open a major market. (Nov 21)

MORE TOPICS: SOUTH KOREA, AUSTRALIA

Health officials in protective suits transport sacks of poultry as part of preventive measures against the H7N9 bird flu
Bird Flu Update: European Union Commission Enforces Curbs On Poultry : UK Says It Is At Low Risk

By IBTimes AU

Bird flu eruption in European Union countries such as U.K, Netherlands and Germany has been causing concern. (Nov 19)

MORE TOPICS: GERMANY, INFECTION, AVIAN INFLUENZA, BIRD FLU, H5N1

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg
NATO To Russia: 'Pull Back Your Troops'

By IBTimes AU

NATO had called for Russia to pull back its troops from Ukraine. (Nov 19)

MORE TOPICS: RUSSIA, UKRAINE

Bird flu infects Yorkshire farm
Avian Flu Outbreak Hits Europe

By IBTimes AU

The poultry industry in some parts of Britain and the Netherlands has been infected by bird flu of H5 strain. (Nov 18)

MORE TOPICS: GERMANY, SOUTH KOREA, RUSSIA, BIRD FLU, H5N1

Russia's President Vladimir Putin is welcomed by Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott
Vladimir Putin Claims Media Exaggerates Fallout Between Him And Western Leaders In G20 Brisbane

By IBTimes AU

Russian President Vladimir Putin was the first one to leave the G20 summit in Brisbane and denies reports of being under pressure. (Nov 18)

MORE TOPICS: BARACK OBAMA, JAPAN, AUSTRALIA, RUSSIA, UKRAINE, G20

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key After The General Election In Auckland
New Zealand At G20: Gains Of Trade Boost And Climate Responsibility

By IBTimes AU

It is good to see New Zealand taking a more responsible approach in climate change and advocating liberal free trade. (Nov 17)

MORE TOPICS: SOUTH KOREA, RUSSIA, CLIMATE CHANGE, UKRAINE, MANAGEMENT, G20

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron points at reporters as he attends a news conference after an EU summit in Brussels October 24, 2014. Cameron said on Friday Britain would not make an additional 2.1-billion-euro payment into this year's Eur
Cameron Asserts That Britain Is Not Keen To Stay With EU: Asks Industry To Believe In Britain's Own Economic Strengths

By IBTimes AU

Let the industry also debate the merits of staying with the EU so that the referendum can yield a rational response. (Nov 11)

MORE TOPICS: INVESTMENT, LONDON

Pro-Russia separatists of Ukraine
Ukraine Rebel Leader Sworn In As Head Of The Eastern Part: Russia Hails The New Team But West Simmers

By IBTimes AU

When the Ukraine government's writ has ceased to run in the eastern region, this fallout is not at all unexpected. (Nov 05)

MORE TOPICS: RUSSIA, ELECTIONS, UKRAINE

Crew prepare a Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747 aircraft before the world's first commercial biofuel flight to Amsterdam from Heathrow Airport in London
London Mayor Backs Equal Rights for Australians and Kiwis in UK

By IBTimes AU

London Mayor Boris Johnson supports the report of a British think-tank calling for equal rights for Australians and Kiwis in Britain. (Nov 04)

MORE TOPICS: UNITED KINGDOM, AUSTRALIA, ELECTIONS, LONDON

Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond poses for a selfie as he meets supporters during a walkabout in Perth, central Scotland, September 12, 2014. The referendum on Scottish independence will take place on September 18, when Scotland will vote whether or
Scotland Witnessing A Surge In Pro-Independence Sentiments: Salmond Does Not Rule Out A Future Break Away From The UK

By IBTimes AU

The mainstream parties must deliver on what they have promised to Scots in terms of more devolution of powers. (Nov 04)

MORE TOPICS: UNITED KINGDOM