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EU majority building for near-total ban on Russian diamonds, as Belgium says it won't veto sanctions, which could cost 10,000 jobs in Antwerp.
Poland's prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki said the leaks in the Nord Stream pipelines were caused by sabotage. "Today we faced an act of sabotage, we don't know all the details of what happened, but we see clearly that it's an act of sabotage related to the next step of
The pipeline carrying gas from the Norwegian shelf is central to Poland's plan to diversify away from Russian supplies that began years before the invasion of Ukraine.
Hungary's Supreme Court on Tuesday sentenced former Jobbik MEP Béla Kovács to five years in prison for spying, Hungarian media reported. He was also sentenced for budget fraud and falsification of documents. According to the indictment, between 2012 and 2014, Kovács' task was
Danish energy companies have been put on a higher level of preparedness which requires them to check the physical safety of generators several times a day, following three large leaks in both Nord Stream pipelines. "A leak is extremely rare, and it naturally causes strong
The Nord Stream undersea gas network to Europe has sustained "unprecedented" damage in recent days.
Scottish fishermen and ecologists are calling for actions to save the country's dwindling salmon population.
The leader of the far-right Brothers of Italy has kept out of sight since winning the election.
Here's our latest round-up of what's happening in Ukraine this Tuesday.
Whether on Russia, or gas, or climate change, or food security, the EU's constant finger-wagging and moralising is becoming unbearably repetitive and self-defeating. Most countries in the Global South view it as eurocentric and neo-colonial.
Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen suspects the leaks in the Nord Stream pipelines may be caused by sabotage. "It is hard to imagine that it is accidental. We cannot rule out sabotage, but it is too early to conclude," she told Danish news agency Politiken while in Poland,
Russia would be annexing at least 90,000 square km - an area around the size of Hungary or Portugal.
Two women are believed to have opened fire on Turkish police before detonating explosive devices.
It comes after Estonia's neighbour Russia called up reservists last week to boost numbers fighting in Ukraine.
Tokyo demands an apology after one its diplomats is accused of spying in Russia's Far East.
Edward Fitzalan-Howard's lawyer reportedly argued he needed his licence to organise King Charles III's coronation.
A lavish and rare state funeral was held on Tuesday for assassinated ex-PM Shinzo Abe. It's divided public opinion in Japan.
Moscow's military mobilisation and the subsequent fear and unrest in Russia, means the question of Vladimir Putin's political future and possible regime change in Russia has reappeared.
It will eventually replace the "EIIR" stamp of Queen Elizabeth who died earlier this month after 70 years on the throne.
Magnus Carlsen claims Hans Niemann has "cheated more than he has publicly admitted", but offers no evidence.
Satellite images have shown huge queues at the Russia-Georgia border
From X-Wife to Wolf Manhattan: João Vieira celebrates 20 years in the music industry
Sheep trotted along London Bridge this weekend, as the Freemen of London practised their ancient right to take the animals into the heart of the UK capital.
The self-styled referendums in east and south Ukraine are dismissed as a sham by Kyiv and the West.
The UK pound tumbled on Monday while the cost of borrowing soared to a higher level than that in Greece or Italy, the eurozone's most indebted members.
Protests against Russia's mobilisation plan continue, as Russia concedes errors have been made.
Denmark sets up a banned zone near the Bornholm island, where a Nord Stream 2 leak is reported.
Reports say people with no military experience, or who are too old or disabled, are being enlisted.
The Swiss voted by an extremely narrow margin in a referendum on Sunday to raise the retirement age for women from 64 to 65.
Russian prisons are being found in areas recaptured by the Ukrainian army, such as the village of Shevchenkove in the Kharkiv region.
Spain is now ranked behind the Netherlands and Germany as the country with the third highest rate of electricity coming from solar energy.
The battered city is a stumbling block in Russia's plan to take the Donbas, writes the BBC's Orla Guerin.
Iranians living in Istanbul gathered in front of the Iranian consulate to protest against police violence.
A 62-year-old man was found dead in the southeastern Murcia region on Sunday.
The two men were known to police and face charges of "complicity in an act of terrorism".
What does the far-right Brothers of Italy party’s victory in the general election mean for its allies and the country’s other main parties?
A 27-year-old Polish national has been detained on suspicion of organising the killing.
Previous attempts at rounding up Russians to fight have likely drained the pool of reservists ahead of the latest “partial mobilisation," says the Institute for the Study of War.
For six days, people from across Europe gathered in the small town of Saint-Hilaire du Touvet, nestled in the Chartreuse Mountains, for La Coupe Icare free-flying festival.
The concept paper includes getting EU missions to seal cooperation deals between EU member state intelligence and security services with the host governments.