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Inside Kaliningrad, Russia's exclave at the centre of EU sanctions row
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Kaliningrad row: 'It’s nothing to do with a blockade'
Lithuania says it will impose EU sanctions on the Russian Baltic Sea exclave of Kaliningrad, a move strongly criticised by the Kremlin.
Germany fuelling 'Russophobic hysteria' over Ukraine war, says Moscow
The claim comes as Russia marked the anniversary of Nazi Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941.
Ukraine claims 'significant' Snake Island victory over Russian forces
The outpost became a symbol of Ukrainian resistance after a radio exchange went viral at the start of the war , in which Ukrainian soldiers used and expletive in responce to Russian demands they surrender.
Don't negotiate with 'bandit' Putin, warns ex-oligarch
Mikhail Khodorkovsky told Euronews the Ukraine war will end on the battlefield because "there is no alternative."
Rocket strike hits Kharkiv's Housing and Communal College building
On Monday, a Russian strike hit and destroyed the training and laboratory building of the Housing and Communal College at the Kharkiv National University of Municipal Economy, Ukraine.
Estonia accuses Russian military helicopter of violating its airspace
Last year, Russian aircraft reportedly violated Estonian airspace five times.
Anger as Lithuania bans transit of goods to Russia exclave Kaliningrad
“This decision, indeed unprecedented, is a violation of everything and then some," said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
Russian journalist sells Nobel Prize for Ukrainian children
Dmitry Muratov was awarded the gold medal in October 2021, and helped found the independent Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta. The proceeds will go directly to UNICEF.
Putin slams 'reckless, insane' sanctions and denies stoking inflation
The Russian president says his country is 'not responsible for global inflation', and the war in Ukraine gives the West an excuse to blame all its problems on Russia.
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Europe's week: Ukraine recommended EU candidate status
EU leaders will take a decision on granting Ukraine candidate status at next week's leaders' summit.
Russian spy caught trying to infiltrate war crimes court, Dutch say
Dutch authorities say Sergey Vladimirovich Cherkasov had planned an elaborate cover story to hide his identity and penetrate the International Criminal Court (ICC).
ECHR fines Russia for branding human rights groups as 'foreign agents'
The court in Strasbourg has ruled that Moscow breached the European Convention of Human Rights for designating NGOs and media outlets as foreign agents.
Russian man on trial in Germany for allegedly planning to kill Chechen
The suspect is alleged to have accepted an order to kill a Chechen opposition member who was living in exile.
Why Lithuania is polarised over Russia's war in Ukraine
"It is either white or black and you have to take one side," one expert told Euronews, referring to how the Ukraine war is dividing society in Lithuania.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny moved to maximum-security prison
The Russian opposition leader had been jailed near Moscow since February 2021.
The EU's recovery fund has a new raison d'être: energy independence
Brussels plans to tap into the unused money from the COVID-19 fund to slash dependency on Russian fossil fuels.
'Tasty, full stop': Former McDonald's restaurants reopen in Moscow
The restaurants were sold to a Russian owner and have relaunched on Sunday after McDonald's withdrew over Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Russia's brain drain: War with Ukraine prompts thousands to flee
Russia's best and brightest have left in their thousands following the country's invasion of Ukraine. Euronews' Monica Pinna investigates the reasons behind this brain drain.
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Russian author vows he won't be silenced over Ukraine war opposition
"Regardless of what I am accused of, I am ready to fully repeat these words: 'I demand an immediate cessation of hostilities in Ukraine and the withdrawal of Russian troops from it'."
Putin makes Peter the Great comparison over 'taking back Russian land'
It came as Putin was marking 350 years since the birth of Peter the Great.
Zelenskyy calls for more support from Europe, Ukraine's EU candidacy
Zelenskyy has urged Europe to support Ukraine's membership candidacy to the bloc at the upcoming summit at the end of June and called for more action to stop the Russian aggression.
Trouble over lack of food to increase, says World Food Program analyst
As the war in Ukraine continues, the rise in prices of food may be impacted by extreme climate or export bans.
The war in Ukraine already has its own museum exhibition
Even as war rages in other parts of the country, Ukrainians are flocking to a new exhibition in Kyiv called "Ukraine - Crucifixion".
Fierce street-by-street combat continues in Sievierodonetsk
Luhansk's Governor says Ukrainian troops are holding their positions but some may have to retreat if intense Russian shelling continues.
Volunteers of the new Ukrainian army train to defend their country
Dozens of army volunteers are being trained in Kyiv by specialist Ukrainian instructors to be combat-ready as the Russian invasion continues.
Navalny loses appeal over being labelled an extremist and a terrorist
Navalny, Russia's highest profile critic of Vladimir Putin, was given a nine-year jail sentence earlier this year.