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Poland starts construction of €350 million border fence with Belarus
The construction of the 186-km fence is expected to be completed in June.
Belarusian KGB used fake accounts to stir border tensions, says Meta
Facebook's parent company also said it had removed dozens of fake Polish accounts that posed as migrants.
Poland 'will not yield to blackmail' over Belarus migrant crisis
He went on to warn that "today the target is Poland, but tomorrow it will be Germany, Belgium, France or Spain".
'Significant' Russian military build-up near Ukraine stoke tensions
“We call on Russia to be transparent about its military activities,” NATO's chief Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday.
Should Brussels fund border walls at EU frontiers to stop migrants?
Twelve member states, including Austria, Denmark, Poland and Hungary are calling on the European Commission to provide money to construct anti-migrant fences.
Poland summons Belarusian diplomat after 'provocation' at the border
Polish security forces say the move by Belarusian forces was the "most dangerous and serious so far".
Belarus forces opened fire on Polish troops over border, says Warsaw
Poland claims Belarusian security forces fired blank ammunition at the border on Thursday, maintaining the stress on Polish troops.
Belarus guards 'crossing border to push migrants into Lithuania'
"We cannot tolerate this bold provocation," said Interior Minister Agnė Bilotaitė
Farmer moves 200-year-old French border with Belgium by mistake
"We will have to put things back in place," the local Belgian mayor of Erquelinnes said.
Italy upset with France over Mont Blanc protection zone
Italy has voiced its “strong disappointment” to France, claiming that a new protection zone for Mont Blanc affects Italian territory.
Israel and Lebanon start talks to settle maritime border dispute
The two neighbours both claim 860 square kilometres of the Mediterranean Sea as being within their own exclusive economic zone.
India-China tensions: Leaders to disenage thousands of border troops
Tensions between the two powers flared for the first time in 45 years in June, culminating in a recent clash in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed.
Kosovo asks Apple Maps to show it as an independent nation
Foreign Minister Meliza Haradinaj described Apple Maps as a "direct contradiction of the political and legal realities" in a letter to company CEO, Tim Cook.
20 Indian troops killed in Himalayas clash with Chinese army
The clash in the Ladakh region Monday was the first deadly confrontation between India and China since 1975.
Denmark marks 100 years since the vote to reunify the country
The region of Schleswig voted 100 years ago on whether to remain with Germany or join Denmark, which ultimately led to a split.
Georgia's president calls for "de-escalation" after unrest
Georgia and Russia have blamed each other for the outbreak of protests and unrest in Tbilisi which was sparked by the visit of a Russian MP to Georgia's parliament.
India launches airstrikes inside Pakistan
India said its warplanes struck a militant training camp inside Pakistan on Tuesday, raising tensions between the neighbouring countries.
Trump declares national emergency to build border wall
Donald Trump has declared a national emergency in the US to allow him to bypass Congress and pursue the building of the US-Mexico border wall.
Ethiopia finally recognises 2000 border ruling with Eritrea
Recognition removes major stumbling block to better relations between East African neighbours.
US and Mexico president trade barbs over border wall
US President Donald Trump on Tuesday accused Mexico of doing "nothing" to stop illegal immigrants crossing into the United States, and repeated his election campaign pledge that Mexico would pay for his planned border wall.
Brexit progress balanced on Irish border
The leader of the DUP in Northern Ireland has said she doesn't want any deal done which would lead to them having 'regulatory divergence' from the rest of the UK
Watch: North Korean soldier's daring dash to defect
Video has emerged of a North Korean soldier fleeing a hail of bullets as he escapes to the South
Croatia rejects ruling in maritime dispute with Slovenia
In a row that centres on the Bay of Piran, judges have granted Slovenia unhindered access to international waters in the Adriatic Sea
Spain tells Britain to calm down over Gibraltar
Spain has told Britain to calm down over Gibraltar amid an escalating row.
Egypt to transfer strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi
An Egyptian court has annulled a ruling blocking the transfer of sovereignty of two islands to Saudi Arabia.
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