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Ukraine claims Bakhmut breakthrough and other developments
All the latest from the war in Ukraine.
French MEPs call for Wagner group to be put on EU terrorist list
The owner of Russia's private military company Wagner, Yevgeny Prigozhin, has issued a second video attack on the Kremlin saying his men in Bakhmut need ten times the ammunition Moscow is prepared to send. His video was released on Russia's traditional 9 May Victory Day.
Anger grows in Serbia despite crackdown on gun ownership
President Aleksandar Vučić has demanded a 90% reduction of firearms in circulation after back-to-back mass shootings last week.
Eight killed in shooting at Texas shopping centre
The shooting, the latest eruption of what has been an unprecedented pace of mass killings in the US, sent hundreds fleeing in panic.
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State of the Union: The EU plans ramp up of weapon production
The EU is hoping that the €500 million it is putting on the table will unleash a wave of investments to boost the production of weapons in the bloc to support Ukraine and replenish domestic stocks.
The dark web: A safe haven for some, a gangsters' paradise for many
An international crackdown on marketplaces on the dark web has brought the fight against illegal trades to shadowy corners of the Internet.
These are the new weapons that could prove decisive in the Ukraine war
A defence analyst appraises the equipment and tactics that may dictate the outcome of the next phase of fighting in Ukraine.
Brussels unveils €500-million plan to put the EU in 'war economy mode'
Under the new plan, the European Commission intends to address the bottlenecks hindering the production of 155mm artillery shells.
Fighting intensifies in Donetsk as Russia claims gains in Bakhmut
Russia's Defense Ministry claimed Saturday that Russian troops managed to take three-quarters in the western part of Bakhmut. The last part city is still held by the Ukrainian army.
'Made in Europe' debate blocks EU deal on ammunition for Ukraine
Diplomats are haggling over the technical details of a €1-billion initiative to jointly buy artillery shells for Ukraine.
Zelenskyy calls for more military aid ahead of Ramstein meeting
Defence leaders are gathering at the Ramstein Air Base in Germany on Friday to hammer out future military aid to Ukraine.
Ukraine counter-offensive 'unlikely' without more vehicles: analysts
Experts told Euronews combined arms warfare is needed to "conduct offensive operations that could actually put the Russians into retreat and allow Ukrainians to reclaim some of their territories."
Expelled Tennessee lawmaker reinstated in House of Representatives
A US council has voted unanimously to reinstate state representative, Justin Jones, to the Tennessee House of Representatives, less than a week after he was expelled for taking part in a protest against gun violence.
Turkish Navy launches UAV and helicopter carrier TCG Anadolu
"We will become a country that pioneers game-changing technologies, systems and solutions," said Turkish President Erdogan at the ship's inauguration.
US deploys guided-missile submarine amid tensions with Iran
The U.S. Navy has deployed a guided-missile submarine capable of carrying up to 154 Tomahawk missiles to the Middle East
Alleged leak of Ukraine war documents triggers US investigation
The images of alleged US documents, widely shared on social media Friday and seen by Euronews, might have been tampered with, officials warn.
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Nashville: Has the same gun type been used by mass shooters in the US?
The viral Tweet has sparked debate on stricter gun laws in the US as well as a ban on assault weapons.
Are Leopard 2 tanks getting stuck in the mud in Ukraine?
Social media users have been critcising the West for sending Leopard 2 tanks after videos purport the military vehicles are not adapted to Ukrainian terrain.
Putin's 'gift': Czech citizens raise €1.2m to send missiles to Ukraine
Czech citizens have pulled together €1.2m to send a RM-70 rocket launcher and 365 rounds of ammunition to Ukraine.