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Kyiv braces for a tough night after Moskva sinking, as Russia vows to step up strikes in response to what it calls Ukrainian "terrorist" attacks.
Russia threatens military build up if Finland or Sweden join NATO
Medvedev said Russia would deploy "significant naval forces" in the Gulf of Finland if the country joined NATO.
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The airbase is located 85 kilometres away from the capital Tirana in Kuçova, which used to be called Stalin City during Albania's communist era.
Sweden's ruling party begins internal debate on joining NATO
Sweden's Social Democratic Party has previously been opposed to joining the military alliance. Russia's war in Ukraine may change that.
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Dmytro Kuleba was invited to take part in a meeting with NATO ministers.
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Ian Bremmer says Europe importing Russian gas is "becoming a very, very challenging behaviour to continue".
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As political and public support for joining NATO continues to grow, Sweden's Social Democrat government looks set to change its foundational resistance to membership of the military alliance.
Russia 'not withdrawing but repositioning', says NATO
Russia promised during talks in Istanbul on Tuesday that it would de-escalate operations near Kyiv and Chernihiv.
Russian hackers targeted NATO and eastern European militaries - Google
For the first time, a Russian hacker group called Coldriver - or Callisto - has tried to target NATO networks and those of eastern European forces.
Finns warn Russia could meddle in NATO debate
The Finnish intelligence services issued new warnings this week about likely Russian interference in the Nordic nation's debate into joining NATO: using old fashioned blackmail or new deep fake tech.
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NATO support “crucial” for Ukraine, Stoltenberg tells Euronews
NATO’s support has been a “crucial factor” in enabling Ukraine to resist Russia’s invading forces, secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg has told Euronews.
NATO to help Ukraine prepare for a chemical weapons attack
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said leaders are concerned that Russia "is trying to create some kind of pretext" to use "chemical and biological weapons" in Ukraine.
Helsinki University hit by anti-Russian 'disinformation operation'
Someone is spreading anti-Russian statements on Finnish social media, but it's not clear who or why.
NATO to open Balkan airbase in member state Albania
Renovatory work on the Kuçovë base began in January, as military spending in much of Europe has been rising.
Bulgaria refuses military aid for Ukraine amid US defence talks
US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin met Bulgarian PM Kiril Petkov over the Ukraine war but Sofia ruled out military aid.
NATO vows more forces, exercises to face 'new reality'
Jens Stoltenberg said that hundreds of thousands of NATO troops have been put on high alert since Russia launched its attack against Ukraine.
Zelenskyy: Peace talks 'more realistic' but 'door closed' to NATO
In a new video message Ukraine's president says talks with Russia have turned 'more realistic' but earlier he appeared to concede the door is closed to his country joining NATO.
Denmark deploys troops to Estonia as NATO strengthens its eastern edge
As the war in Ukraine escalates, and Russian troops strike closer to the Polish border on Sunday, killing at least 35 people in a deadly airstrike in Yavoriv, NATO sends reinforcements to its Baltic members.
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"We need to give Ukraine hope" urges Estonia's PM Kallas
In this episode of The Global Conversation Euronews' Efi Koutsokosta speaks to Estonia's Prime Minister Kaja Kallas about the ongoing war in Ukraine.
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Finns have long been wary of Russia. Then Moscow invaded Ukraine.
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Ukrainian author speaks out at European Parliament
The author received a standing ovation as she criticised dithering by world leaders as they delayed help to her homeland.
Orban lets NATO troops into Hungary but bans weapons passage to Kyiv
Hungary's foreign minister Péter Szijjártó had previously told Euronews that Budapest would not accept additional NATO troops on its soil.
Denmark to hold referendum on joining EU common defence policy
Denmark will boost its defence spending and hold a referendum on joining the EU common defence policy amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Hot air balloons with Ukrainian flags fly over Vilnius in series of events
Ukrainian flags flew high above Vilnius on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning as hot air balloon enthusiasts took to the skies well ahead of the start of the ballooning season to show support to the country attacked by Russia.