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Vladimir Putin tells Europe he's 'ready' to resume gas supplies
The Russian leader claimed the attack on the Nord Stream pipelines was an attempt by the US to weaken Europe by disrupting the flow of cheap gas from Russia.
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"If you mean using nuclear weapons against Ukraine, then the probability is very, very low," said Nikolai Sokov, a senior fellow at the Vienna Centre for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation.
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There are many arguments for and against banning or restricting EU visitor visas for Russians. Euronews spoke to three experts to find out more.
We've gained, not lost, from sanctions over Ukraine, says Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed on Wednesday that Russia had not lost anything as a result of its military campaign in Ukraine, while warning of a looming global food crisis.
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"I think that this is completely unfair because at least among young Russians, I've hardly met anyone who supports the war," one vlogger said.
Poland and Czech to protect Slovak airspace as ageing MiGs are retired
Slovakia has 11 Soviet-era fighter planes, which will be replaced by modern jets. Meanwhile Poland has signed a €6 billion euro arms deal with South Korea.
Fears grow over Russian interference in Italy's election
Medvedev had called on Europeans to "punish" their "stupid" governments for opposing Moscow over its war in Ukraine.
Fears of winter gas shortages as Nord Stream reduced to 20% capacity
Gas deliveries via Nord Stream fell on Wednesday to almost 20% of the pipeline's capacity, amplifying the risk of shortages this winter in several European countries.
Russia and Norway agree to resolve Svalbard transit dispute
Russia had accused Norway of blocking supplies from reaching Russian miners due in the Arctic due to EU sanctions on Moscow.
Lithuania 'must be ready not afraid' of Russian action on Kaliningrad
Russia had warned it could "take action" against Lithuania due to stops on goods transiting through the Baltic country to enter Kaliningrad
Big EU majority says war has or will hit their living standards - poll
The survey comes as the Eurozone battles record inflation.
More Russian hostility coming ahead of 'fateful' week, warns Zelenskyy
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the coming week "historic" and "fateful" as EU leaders discuss his country's EU candidacy.