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EU finds Russia guilty of killing Alex Litvinenko

European Court of Human Rights say Russian agents laced Alex Litvinenko's tea with Polonium 210 in London in 2006. #EU #Litvinenko #Russia

Russia Spy Poisoning: Skripal says recovery has been slow

Russia Spy Poisoning: Skripal says recovery has been slow

Russian opposition leader on ventilator after suspected poisoning

Russian opposition leader on ventilator after suspected poisoning

Russia Expulsions: US, EU expel Russian diplomats over spy scandal

Russia Expulsions: US, EU expel Russian diplomats over spy scandal

Russian Spy Mystery: Russia expels 23 British diplomats

Russian Spy Mystery: Russia expels 23 British diplomats

Lebanese army in fight for survival

Lebanese army in fight for survival

Farmers celebrate the start of rice planting season in Nepal

Farmers celebrate the start of rice planting season in Nepal

French court hands down Paris attacks verdict

French court hands down Paris attacks verdict

Russia NATO's 'most direct threat'

Russia NATO's 'most direct threat'

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years over sex trafficking

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years over sex trafficking

Hutchinson: Guiliani said we are going to the Capitol on January 6

Hutchinson: Guiliani said we are going to the Capitol on January 6

Recommendations issued to the newly-elected left-wing government

Recommendations issued to the newly-elected left-wing government

War torn Yemen hit by inflation and global wheat shortage

War torn Yemen hit by inflation and global wheat shortage

Türkiye signs memorandum with Sweden, Finland NATO bids

Türkiye signs memorandum with Sweden, Finland NATO bids

Russian attack on central Ukraine mall kills at least 18 people

Russian attack on central Ukraine mall kills at least 18 people

G7 promises to make Russia pay

G7 promises to make Russia pay

Stoltenberg: War in Ukraine shows danger of being too dependent

Stoltenberg: War in Ukraine shows danger of being too dependent

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