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Nuclear fears as stricken Ukraine power plant knocked offline by renewed shelling

ZAPORIZHZHIA nuclear power plant has been disconnected from the power grid with all of its back up power lines damaged or disconnected sparking fears of a potential nuclear catastrophe. Nuclear Ukraine’s largest power plant was again disconnected from the grid two days ago. Its last remaining backup powerline has been damaged while two others were […]

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Queen Maxima stuns in gold outfit in the US – but some fans say ‘it’s too much’

Queen Maxima OF THE NETHERLANDS attended a reception at San Francisco City Hall on the first day of her United States trip. The monarch chose a bold outfit that divided fans. Queen Maxima wore a gold asymmetric sleeveless top from Claes Iversen which she combined with dark brown trousers and a pair of matching gold […]

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Tory leadership: Truss criticised for Macron remark

Tory hopeful Liz Truss has been criticised after she said the “jury was still out” on French President Emmanuel Macron.

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Spanish gunman euthanised before trial

A man in Spain, who was set to face trial for shooting at workmates, has been euthanised in prison. 

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Europe faces its worst drought in five centuries, says report

A new report says nearly half of the EU’s territory is in “warning” drought conditions, exhibiting a significant deficit of soil moisture. 

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Football returns to war-torn Ukraine as new league season starts

It’s been six months since Russia invaded Ukraine, and during that time football stopped in the country.

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Russia blames Ukraine for Darya Dugina killing 

Russia has accused Ukraine of killing the daughter of one of President Putin’s allies in a car bombing at the weekend.

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Daria Dugina: Who was behind the car bomb that killed daughter of Putin ally?

Russia has blamed the attack on Ukraine, but authorities in the country have denied all involvement in the bombing that killed the child of ultranationalist Alexander Dugin

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Putin’s energy threat to EU backfires as Germany to strike huge new deal for supplies

Daily Express says OLAF SCHOLZ has travelled to Canada to strike a new energy deal as Vladimir Putin vowed to cut off supplies to the EU further.

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Putin ‘soon won’t be able to hold meetings due to sharp deterioration in health’

The Metro says Vladimir Putin is spiralling over his Ukraine war strategy and will soon no longer be able to hold meetings due to his sharply deteriorating health, it’s claimed.