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NATO summit to highlight growing influence of Russia, China in Africa
The Kremlin-linked Wagner mercenaries have established a strong presence in conflict-stricken African countries, while China is quietly building its overseas military network, officials believe.
G7 leaders to announce ban on Russian gold imports
Gold has been the top Russian export after energy in recent years, reaching almost €18 billion in 2020.
Five things you need to know about the Ukraine war this weekend
From rocket attacks against the Ukrainian capital to the Sievierodonetsk falling into the hands of Russian troops, these are five of the main developments of the war.
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war on Thursday
From Ukraine's EU candidacy to Russian army's progress in the east, here are five of the latest developments in the war.
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NATO must stand up to "gangster" Putin, leading opponent says
If NATO does not seize its historic opportunity to stop Vladimir Putin in his tracks, it will face war on its own territory, says long-time Kremlin opponent Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
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."
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.
Russian forces blow up key bridge in Sievierodonetsk
Amid street-to-street fighting, Russian bombardment had hit a chemical plant sheltering civilians in the key eastern city, causing a huge fire, regional governor Serhiy Haidai said in a video address on Sunday.
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.
What has Macron said about the need not to 'humiliate Russia'?
The French president has been strongly criticised after repeatedly stressing the need to chart a diplomatic path with Russia once the fighting ends in Ukraine.
Putin: 'We will guarantee the safe passage' of grain
After meeting the African Union leader Macky Sall, Russian President Vladimir Putin says he’s ready to support the export of Ukrainian grain via the Black Sea ports.
Ukrainian MP: The first 100 days of war made people stronger
With Russia controlling 20% of Ukrainian territory after 100 days of the war, Inna Sovsun told Euronews "the Russian appetite will likely not stop there".
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Europe's week: More Russian sanctions drama and Denmark votes
In a historic referendum, 67 per cent of the Danish people voted in favour of scrapping the opt-out from EU security and defense policy after 30 years.
EU accession process standards must be met, von der Leyen says
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said there will be no shortcuts to joining the European Union.
Ukraine war: Biden says 'negotiated settlement' needed to end the war
The US president made his comments on the 100th day since Russian forces invaded Ukraine on 24 February, launching the bloodiest conflict in Europe in decades.
Russia claims mines found under bodies at Azovstal
The Russian Defence Ministry said on Tuesday its forces had discovered 152 bodies of Ukrainian fighters in the underground tunnels of the Azovstal steel plant.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is facing a further 15 years in jail
The most prominent critic of Vladimir Putin wrote on Instagram this week that the fresh charges against him include "inciting illegal protests" and creating an "extremist group".
Ukraine: Russia accuses US of 'pouring fuel on the fire' with missiles
A Kremlin spokesman said the Biden Administration is “deliberately and diligently pouring fuel into the fire," by sending new missile systems to Kyiv.
Serbian president says country's EU membership path top priority
Aleksandar Vučić was sworn in for his second term as Serbia’s president on Tuesday, reinforcing the country's commitment to joining the bloc and hinting at sanctions against Moscow.
War crimes investigators meet in The Hague over Russia-Ukraine war
Officials from Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland will discuss early findings with the International Criminal Court's lead prosecutor as thousands of potential war crimes cases are being pursued in Ukraine.
Ukrainian authorities: Most of Sievierodonetsk under Russian control
Governor of the Luhansk region Sergei Haidai said that all critical infrastructure in the key city in eastern Ukraine has been completely destroyed while evacuation of civilians is impossible due to fierce fighting.
Sievierodonetsk ceasefire broken, French journalist killed
A French journalist was killed near Severodonetsk in Ukraine after the vehicle he was in came under fire, according to Luhansk’s regional governor Serhiy Haidai. The journalist was not named.
Despite EU sanctions, Serbian president secures gas deal with Putin
The gas deal is likely to be signed during a visit by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to Belgrade early in June.
'Food for the soul': Pyrizhky, or pirozhki, help heal cultural divides
There is a bar in Paris, where the Ukranian and Russian food is united, just like the people who work and eat there. Our correspondent Galina Polonskaya went to visit this unique place.
Ukrainian farmers risk their lives as war continues amid sowing season
As shelling continues in eastern Ukraine, farmers are planting seeds with the hope that their next harvest will be done in peace.
Russia tests hypersonic Zircon missile in display of military tech
Zircon, which can purportedly fly at Mach 9 or nine times the speed of sound, is intended for the navy and could be used against enemy ships and ground targets.