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Belarus arrests four for trying to sabotage railway links to Ukraine

Four people have been arrested in Belarus on suspicion of trying to prevent Russian equipment from travelling to Ukraine by train. Belarusian ...

Holodomor: Czech MPs vote to recognise Soviet-era famine in Ukraine as genocide

Czech MPs have formally voted to recognise the Soviet-era famine in Ukraine as genocide "against humanity". Lawmakers approved a motion on ...

EU threatens to take Malta to court over ‘golden passport’ scheme

The European Commission has stepped up its calls on Malta to end its controversial "golden passports" scheme. The Commission urged all EU member ...

Vladimir Zhirinovsky: Russian ultranationalist leader and MP dies at 75

Russian ultranationalist leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky has died at the age of 75 after “a serious and prolonged illness". The speaker of the State ...

Russia accused of using ‘mobile crematoria’ in besieged Mariupol

Mariupol's city council claimed that Russian troops were using mobile crematoria in the besieged port city to "cover their tracks." It quotes ...

EU officials investigate salmonella cases linked to Kinder chocolate eggs

European health officials say they are investigating a “rapidly evolving” outbreak of salmonella linked to Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs. In a ...

One dead after fire on hospital’s COVID ward

One person has died and at least two others were seriously injured after a fire at a hospital in northern Greece. The blaze broke out on ...

Man dies in fire after car crashes into Russian embassy gates in Romania

A man has died in a fire after ramming his car into the gate of the Russian embassy in Romania. Police in Bucharest say the vehicle had been ...

Franco-Italian relations at their best: a look back on the relationship between the two nations

With the appointment of Mario Draghi as Italy’s Prime Minister a new partnership between Italy and France has emerged. Ahead of France’s ...

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