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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Turkish president Erdoğan sues German MP over 'little sewer rat' slur
Wolfgang Kubicki, an FDP lawmaker, has said he is unconcerned about the lawsuit.
The Depp/Heard trial is now a film - did we really need this?
Well, they didn’t waste any time with this one... 'Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial' is out now.
Is the new M&Ms colour really about "inclusivity" or empty solidarity?
Stop what you're doing - M&Ms have a new colour! And it's supposed to represent "acceptance and inclusivity". What a time to be alive.
Nearly half of Russians feel 'anxiety, fear, horror' over mobilisation
Thousands of draft-age men have tried to leave Russia, while protests have been held -- and quickly broken up by police -- in dozens of cities.
The nuclear weapons Putin could be tempted to use in Ukraine
The West fears that Russian president Vladimir Putin, frustrated over the situation in Ukraine, could resort to using nuclear weapons. How destructive would these be?
New fears and border checks in Central Europe over increased migration
On Thursday, the Czech Republic temporarily reinstated controls on its border with Slovakia in response to an increase in "illegal migration."
We should take Putin's words seriously, says Angela Merkel
"Taking words seriously, not dismissing them out of hand as just a bluff, but dealing with them seriously is by no means a sign of weakness or appeasement, but a sign of political wisdom," Merkel said.
The Ekin-De effect? Flights to Turkey and Italy soar
Love Island winners Ekin-Su and Davide recently announced their own ITV2 travel programme exploring their native countries - Türkiye and Italy.
Spain's hunting dogs mistreated in kennels, animal rights NGOs say
As Spain’s Animal Welfare Law was poised to come into law, AnimaNaturalis and CAS International published their findings on Thursday, urging the government to include hunting dogs in the legislation.
'Don't Worry Darling': Why controversies can't break a film
Against all odds and bad publicity, Don't Worry Darling is currently topping the charts in the US and UK. Does this mean that controversies and tabloid chat can't break a film?
Western leaders slam 'referendum' results and other Ukraine stories
Here's our latest round-up of what's happening related to the war in Ukraine this Wednesday.
Italy travel: Ryanair and Vueling staff due to strike on Saturday
Italian pilots and flight attendants will walk off the job on 1 October to protest their working conditions.
Porn hell: French senators present a damning report to the Senate
Hell behind the scenes: French senators present a damning report on the porn industry which coincides with the arrest of three actors and a director this week
Germans v government: ‘I’m suing for my right to breathe clean air’
From Berlin to Munich, people are breathing air containing five times the amount of toxic pollution that scientists know is dangerous.
Elon Musk to face questions from Twitter lawyers ahead of trial
Musk is trying to get out of his bid for Twitter.
What Italy's election results tell us about the country and its future
Why did Italy elect the most far-right leader since WW2 and what does this tell us about the future of the country? We talk to three experts.
Is democracy failing Berliners over controversial housing referendum?
In a September 2021 referendum, Berliners voted for housing to be seized from so-called mega landlords. A year on, it's still not happened.