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25 Mar
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday compared Europe's tactics to those of Nazi Germany, slamming historic sanctions against Moscow and saying the term "total war" has been borrowed from Hitler's playbook.
25 Mar
Ethiopia's government on Thursday declared "an indefinite humanitarian truce effective immediately", saying it hoped to help hasten delivery of emergency aid into the Tigray region, where hundreds of thousands face starvation.
25 Mar
The Spanish government on Friday offered a rebate and a onetime cash payment to end a truckers' strike over soaring fuel prices that has led to food shortages in supermarkets across the country.
25 Mar
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will ask Russian leader Vladimir Putin to be an "architect of peace" and stop the war in Ukraine, Turkish media reported Friday.
25 Mar
US President Joe Biden will travel to a town near the Polish-Ukrainian border Friday, trying to signal Western resolve in the face of a Russian invasion that has increasingly turned to a grinding war of attrition.
25 Mar
Twenty-nine people have died from cholera in Cameroon in the space of a week, the health minister said on Friday.
25 Mar
Kim Jong Un personally oversaw the test-firing of North Korea's largest-ever intercontinental ballistic missile, ensuring his country is ready for "long-standing confrontation" with the United States, state media reported Friday.
24 Mar
US President Joe Biden said Thursday he had called an emergency NATO summit to ensure international sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine are kept in place over the long term.
24 Mar
Poland's state energy company on Thursday said it would not pay for Russian gas in rubles, becoming the latest to reject Kremlin demands amid unprecedented sanctions on Moscow over its war in Ukraine.
24 Mar
NATO leaders on Thursday extended the mandate of alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg for an extra year as the West grapples with Russia's war on Ukraine.
24 Mar
Queen Elizabeth II may miss Britain's traditional state opening of parliament for only the third time during her 70-year reign after the government on Thursday set its date for May 10.
24 Mar
Russia will "destroy freedom" in Europe and pursue its neighbours, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Swedish lawmakers in an address on Thursday.

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