A total of 18 ships have now departed from Ukraine over the past two weeks, following the deal with Russia to allow a resumption of grain exports from Ukraine's Black Sea ports.
Experts say Europe’s heatwaves, forest fires and historic drought are being driven by human-induced climate crisis.
The International Atomic Energy Agency, which is seeking to inspect the Zaporizhzhia plant, has warned of a nuclear disaster unless fighting stops.
Ukraine reports widespread shelling and air attacks by Russia on scores of towns and military bases, especially in the east where Moscow is trying to expand territory, as fighting rages on day 171.
The move comes as the country strives to wean itself off Russian natural gas in response to Moscow's attack on Ukraine.
Belgian daily L’Echo said the surveillance scandal by Greece's spy agency, EYP, severely harms the government led by Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
The head of the North American Department at the Russian foreign ministry also said Russia warned the US that diplomatic ties would be badly damaged and could even be broken if Russia was declared a state sponsor of terrorism.
Russia and Ukraine accuse each other of shelling Europe's biggest nuclear power plant and UN chief proposes a demilitarised zone at the site as fighting enters its 170th day.
The incident took place in Cetinje after the shooter was involved in a family dispute, but was later killed after firing at police officers.
Mali's junta has denied flyover rights to a UN peacekeeping mission, causing Germany to halt its operations in the African country.
The remarks by Charalambos Athanasiou, who is also a former justice minister, sparked controversy.
One of the ships is laden with the first Ukrainian wheat to be exported under a Türkiye-brokered deal to unblock grain exports.
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