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Putin apologises to Serbian leader over post by Russian ministry spokeswoman

Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a rare apology to his Serbian counterpart over a post by the foreign affairs ministry’s spokeswoman which appeared to compare Aleksandar Vicic to Sharon Stone’s racy Basic Instinct character.

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'How can the UK be trusted?': Theresa May slams Brexit plan to break international law

Boris Johnson’s government has been taken to task by the prime minister’s predecessor Theresa May over reports that the UK may renege on binding post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland.

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'If Belarus protests succeed, Russia will be next' warns Lukashenko

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is standing firm and says he has no intention of stepping down, despite weeks of massive protests over his disputed re-election in August.

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Two more Premier League stars test positive for COVID-19 as new season approaches

Manchester City have confirmed two of its players have tested positive for COVID-19, less than a week before the start of the new Premier League season.

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Dozens of horses have been mutilated in knife attacks across France

French investigators have made numerous arrests since a macabre series of attacks left scores of horses mutilated or killed this year and have opened more than 150 investigations into such cases, the interior minister said Monday.

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How the EU is trying to make one hundred cities carbon neutral by 2030

The EU has a goal – to make one hundred cities carbon neutral by 2030 as part of its Horizon Europe program that will be launched next year.

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Belarus opposition figure Kolesnikova 'tore up passport at border' to avoid forced exile in Ukraine

Belarus opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova tore up her passport at the border with Ukraine to avoid being forced from the country.

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Danish tanker transfers the 27 migrants it rescued 38 days ago to NGO ship

A Danish oil tanker stranded in the Mediterranean Sea for the past 38 days after rescuing 27 migrants was able to transfer them to an NGO ship on Friday.

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US President Donald Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian lawmaker

A far-right Norwegian lawmaker said Wednesday that he has nominated U.S. President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in the Middle East.

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UK imports tonnes of Dutch sewage sludge 'for agricultural benefit' sparking toxicity concerns

The UK is importing 27,500 tonnes of sewage sludge containing human waste from the Netherlands for agricultural purposes, despite concerns over its toxicity for human health and the environment.

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