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EU Energy Commissioner: "we need a price cap for Russian gas"
Spiralling inflation, an unhealthy dependence on Russian energy, and the risk of power cuts. The EU Commission faces one of its toughest winters on record. Energy Commissioner, Kadri Simson wants a price cap on Russian gas and urgers households to do what they can to save energy.
'I will go anywhere but Russia': Fleeing Russians arrive in Georgia
The arrival of Russians into Georgia has intensified since Vladimir Putin called up reservists to serve in Ukraine.
Serbia flights 'cost €9k on black market' after reservists call-up
That's according to Serbia president Aleksandar Vucic.
Demonstration calls on Armenia to leave Moscow-led military alliance
Protesters gathered in Armenia’s capital to call on Yerevan to leave a Moscow-led military alliance, arguing that the organization is not doing enough to protect their country.
Nancy Pelosi blames Azerbaijan for renewed Armenia conflict
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused Azerbaijan of stirring conflict in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. Baku condemned her comments, saying they distort the situation.
Armenia announces ceasefire with Azerbaijan after deadly clashes
This week saw the largest outbreak of hostilities between Armenia and Azerbaijan in nearly two years.
Why is this director asking for donations for his Armenian homeland?
Director Robert Guédiguian asked for donations for the country which is still feeling the effects of the 2020 war with Azerbaijan.
Fresh clashes break out on Armenia-Azerbaijan border
Frequent shootings have been reported along their common border since the end of the 2020 war between Yerevan and Baku for control of the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Bosnia's plan to play football friendly with Russia causes furore
The decision to play the match with Russia was made by the Association's urgency committee in an emergency session on Friday, with five votes for and one against.
Russia has turned off Nord Stream 1. Here's what it means for the EU.
The energy crisis could last up to four years.
Russia and China to hold war games amid tensions over Ukraine invasion
The exercises are to take place from 1 to 7 September and will also involve military contingents and observers from Algeria, India, Laos, Mongolia, Nicaragua, Syria and some former Soviet republics.
Sheki and Lahij: a journey into the heart of Azerbaijani heritage
Our new series, 'Explore Azerbaijan' takes an in-depth look at the country's rich heritage and landscapes. In this first episode we discover two must-see locations along the ancient 'Silk Road': Sheki and Lahij.
Europe's gas prices have broken a new record. How high can they go?
The latest announcement from Gazprom sent gas prices to an all-time high, raising the alarm across the continent.
Country-by-country guide on how the Ukraine war has changed Europe
Read our A-Z country guide that charts how six months of war in Ukraine has changed Europe, sometimes forever.
EU wildfires burned an area nearly three times the size of Luxembourg
It's the biggest amount at this stage of the year since records began.
Hundreds join anti-Gazprom protest in Bulgaria
There are concerns the country's caretaker government could break with the policies of its pro-Western predecessor and revert to close energy ties with Russia.