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Ukraine condemns Macron over 'Russia should not be humiliated' comment
Macron insisted Putin had committed a "historic and fundamental error" but that it was important not to put Russia to shame "so that the day the fighting stops, we can build a way out through diplomatic channels."
Macron slams Morawiecki for 'scandalous' criticism of Putin dialogue
The Polish prime minister ridiculed the French president’s numerous phone calls with his Russian counterpart, comparing them to trying to negotiate with Hitler.
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The two-day EU leaders summit in Brussels centered largely on strategies aimed at dealing with Europe's dependency on Russian energy.
Madeleine Albright: First female US Secretary of State dies at 84
A former child refugee from Nazi- and then Soviet-dominated eastern Europe, Albright rose to hold top posts under former President Bill Clinton in the 1990s.
Russia 'did not attack Ukraine' says Lavrov after meeting Kuleba
There was no breakthrough when the Ukrainian and Russian foreign ministers met in Turkey, their first encounter since Putin's forces invaded Ukraine two weeks ago.
Russia does not want war with Ukraine, Putin says after meeting Scholz
Germany's chancellor and the Russian president have spoken after talks in Moscow, seen as a last chance for diplomacy amid mixed messages on Russia's intentions over Ukraine.
Greek statue loaned to Italy in goodwill gesture
The Greek government hopes that the return of a foot from the marble tableaux which adorned the Parthenon will prompt similar actions by the British.
UK and Russia ministers clash amid drive to ease Ukraine tensions
Visiting Moscow, the UK's foreign minister called on Russia to"desist from threats" over Ukraine, while her Russian counterpart rejected Western "moralising" as a "road to nowhere".
Blinken defends Germany after Ukraine criticism over Russia stance
The US Secretary of State said he had "no doubts" over Germany's determination to stand up to Russia, after Kyiv accused Berlin of "encouraging" Vladimir Putin.
Winter Olympics: Is your country doing a diplomatic boycott?
Here's a round-up of all the countries that have said they will not send senior officials to China for the Beijing 2022 Winter Games.
China condemns 'egregious act' as Taiwan opens Lithuania office
Taiwan opens office in Lithuania, angering China
Biden and Xi meet virtually to try to bridge chasm in US-China ties
Expectations were low for the meeting amid differences over major issues including human rights, cyber security and Washington's stance on Taiwan.
COP26 latest: Over 100 countries sign pledge to cut methane emissions
It's time for action at COP26 as crucial climate talks enter their second day.
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Russia hosts Taliban officials for Afghanistan talks
Moscow pledged humanitarian aid but also called for a more inclusive government.
US defence secretary underlines support for eastern Europe
"The security and stability of the Black Sea are in the US's national interest and are critical to the security of NATO's eastern flank," Austin said.
US envoy to Afghanistan quits after chaotic troops withdrawal
Zalmay Khalilzad will leave the post this week after more than three years on the job under both the Trump and Biden administrations.
French ambassador ordered to leave Belarus, embassy says
France's embassy did not give a reason for Nicolas de Bouillane's expulsion by the Belarusian foreign ministry.
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Afghan woman's pet bird finds new home at French embassy in UAE
Amid two weeks of frantic evacuations to Paris and untold suffering, the French Ambassador to the UAE has shared a remarkable story of hope.
NATO expels 8 'undeclared' Russian intelligence officers
NATO says the members of Russia’s mission to the military alliance were secretly working as intelligence officers, which Moscow denies.
Macron to speak with Biden on AUKUS fallout
The discussion will be the first contact between the two states since France recalled its ambassadors to the US and Australia in an emerging diplomatic crisis.
Germany's Merkel pays farewell visit to Warsaw
Despite multiple disagreements, Poland and Germany have found common cause over the migration pressure that they say Belarus is putting on the European Union.
Taiwanese consumers can't get enough Lithuanian chocolate. Here's why
Donated COVID vaccines and diplomatic strife with China have made Lithuania a hot new destination for Taiwanese shoppers.
Can the US and China cooperate on climate change ahead of COP26?
Relations between the two countries are tense, but there's hope that environmental issues may bring them together.
Which countries in Europe are pulling embassy staff out of Kabul?
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Hardline judge becomes president of Iran amid rights controversy
Conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi was sworn in as president of Iran at a ceremony on Thursday.