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26 Sep
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has tested positive for the coronavirus and is displaying mild symptoms after returning from a tour of the Gulf, his spokesman said Monday.
25 Sep
The leader of the UK's main opposition party on Sunday vowed to reverse a tax cut for top earners announced by the Conservative government as the nation heads for recession.
25 Sep
A British man freed from captivity in east Ukraine in a prisoner swap told Sunday how his captors stabbed him in the back and forced him to sing the Russian national anthem.
25 Sep
Pro-Russian authorities in the occupied southern Ukrainian city of Kherson accused Kyiv's forces of killing two people including a former lawmaker on Sunday in a missile strike on a hotel.
25 Sep
Italians began voting Sunday in an election expected to usher in the country's first government led by the far-right since World War II, bringing eurosceptic populists to the heart of Europe.
25 Sep
A Moroccan prisoner of war released as part of an exchange between Moscow and Kyiv said he wanted to draw attention to the "struggle" of Ukraine as he returned home Saturday.
24 Sep
When war erupted in Ukraine, the head of Latvia's fashion chamber Dita Danosa did not hesitate to become an army reservist, swapping her usually stylish clothes for military fatigues.
24 Sep
Russia announced on Saturday the replacement of its highest ranking general in charge of logistics amid a mobilisation drive for the Ukraine military operation that revealed widespread logistical problems.
23 Sep
The number of people testing positive for Covid-19 has gone up in England and Wales for the first time in two months, official statistics showed on Friday.
23 Sep
The UK's new government on Friday unveiled a multi-billion-pound package to support households and businesses hit by the highest inflation in decades, cutting taxes as the nation heads for recession.
23 Sep
Italian far-right leader Matteo Salvini condemned EU chief Ursula von der Leyen on Friday after she said the bloc had "tools" to manage trouble from Rome if his alliance wins weekend elections.
23 Sep
Mikhail Suetin expected to be detained when he protested Russian mobilisation, but he never imagined he would be ordered to enlist in the very army he was denouncing.

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