The Russia-Ukraine war is now in its 393rd day.
Deal designed to resolve a thorny trade dispute that vexed UK-EU relations and triggered a political crisis in Belfast clears the House of Commons with an overwhelming 515-29 vote.
Britain's government orders inquiry after lawyers brought legal challenges on behalf of families of eight Afghans who were allegedly killed by British army.
President Emmanuel Macron will look to "calm things down" with a televised interview amid growing anger across France over his plans to raise the retirement age.
Russia proposed the route years ago but the plan has gained urgency as Moscow looks to Beijing to replace Europe as its major gas customer.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict is now its 391st day.
Russian president says many provisions of China's peace plan could be taken as basis of conflict settlement with Ukraine.
Protesters gathered in Paris and many other cities, where some set fire to dumpsters and trash, and targeted various buildings to express their anger over a divisive pension plan.
The findings ratchet up the pressure for a major overhaul of the Metropolitan Police after a series of scandals involving its treatment of women and minorities.
Japan is this year's host of the Group of Seven nations, which have taken a united approach in sanctioning Russia.
Finland and Sweden formally applied to join NATO last May but Türkiye, a longstanding NATO member, asked the two Nordic states to take concrete action against terror groups like the PKK and FETO.
In a joint press conference in Brussels on the sidelines of an international donors' conference, the Turkish and Greek foreign ministers pledge to maintain solidarity.
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