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Ukraine war: Fighting set to slow for winter months, says US intelligence US intelligence says fighting has slowed down and this will continue throughout the winter.
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Cutting energy prices will take years - power boss The head of energy giant Enel says renewables are key to getting prices back to pre-Ukraine war levels.
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Ukraine war: Zelensky calls West's Russian oil cap 'weak' The measure - due to come into force on Monday - intensifies pressure on Russia over the Ukraine invasion.
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Netherlands 3-1 USA: Dutch overcome USA to book quarter-final spot The Netherlands survive a late scare against the United States to move into the World Cup quarter-finals with a ruthless display of finishing.
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Deal to return Elgin Marbles to Greece at advanced stage - reports The British Museum is said to have held secret talks with Greece about returning the sculptures.
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Russian businessman held in UK oligarchs probe A businessman is arrested on suspicion of money laundering at his multi-million-pound London home.
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Ukraine war: New images show Russian army facility built in occupied Mariupol Russia captured Mariupol earlier this year, and the images suggest it is consolidating its presence.
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Police foil group trying to steal Banksy mural from Ukraine wall Police arrested several people who cut the artwork from the wall of a war-torn building in Hostomel.
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Finland's Sanna Marin says Europe would be in trouble without US "I must be brutally honest with you," Sanna Marin says. "We would be in trouble without the US."
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Ukraine war: Russia demands annexations recognised before talks The Kremlin says the West's refusal to recognise its seizure of Ukrainian land makes talks harder.
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Poland says stolen Kandinsky auctioned in Germany The German auctioneer suspends finalisation of the sale after an angry response in Poland.
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Ukraine war: Learning to survive in Ladyzhyn, a town with no heating Ladyzhyn's 18,000 people went without heating for a week after Russian missiles hit its power plant.
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World Cup 2022: Did it cross the line? Germany out as Japan and Spain progress Japan reach the World Cup last 16 as Germany crash out, but should Japan's winner against Spain have counted on a dramatic night?
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Ukraine war: Can we expect peace talks to begin? Joe Biden says he is willing to sit down with Vladimir Putin, but when might peace talks take place?
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Ukraine war: Animal eye packages sent to eight embassies across Europe Ukraine's foreign ministry says a "campaign of terror" is taking place against its embassies.
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No more airplane mode? EU to allow calls on flights EU airlines will be able to install equipment that lets them provide 5G on board planes by June 2023.
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World Cup 2022: German media and pundits react to group stage elimination Germany's elimination in the World Cup group stages for the second time in a row has led to a scathing reaction in the media at home.
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Jeanne Dielman: Film directed by woman picked as best ever Sight and Sound picks Chantal Akerman's 1975 film Jeanne Dielman as the greatest ever.
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Ukraine war: Germany to cover energy bills as gas prices soar Germany is spending €300bns to shield its people from soaring energy bills. Will it work?
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Coca-Cola Christmas truck in flames in Romania The famous red vehicle caught fire while driving down a busy road in the capital Bucharest.
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Is attacking Ukraine's power grid a war crime? Western leaders say Russia's attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure are illegal, but what does the law say?
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World Cup 2022: Female refs 'a positive message' for women in Qatar - Stephanie Frappart Having females referees at the World Cup helps send a positive message over women's rights in Qatar, says Stephanie Frappart.
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New Zealand and Finland PMs shoot down reporter's 'similar age' question New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern and Finland's Sanna Marin gave pointed replies on gender and their roles.
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Why Dutch 'bike banks' are a game changer for kids In the Netherlands, the cost of living crisis has pushed up demand for refurbished second-hand bikes.
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Victory is not the only thing we need, we need justice - Olena Zelenska Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska speaks to UK lawmakers about the devastating war in her country.
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At the scene of deadly Ischia mudslide The BBC's Mark Lowen surveys the damage to homes and cars after a mudslide on the Italian island.
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Mudslide sweeps across Italian island of Ischia Those missing are believed to be trapped under the mud.

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BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Fighting set to slow for winter months, says US intelligence US intelligence says fighting has slowed down and this will continue throughout the winter.
BBC News - Europe
Cutting energy prices will take years - power boss The head of energy giant Enel says renewables are key to getting prices back to pre-Ukraine war levels.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Zelensky calls West's Russian oil cap 'weak' The measure - due to come into force on Monday - intensifies pressure on Russia over the Ukraine invasion.
BBC News - Europe
Netherlands 3-1 USA: Dutch overcome USA to book quarter-final spot The Netherlands survive a late scare against the United States to move into the World Cup quarter-finals with a ruthless display of finishing.
BBC News - Europe
Deal to return Elgin Marbles to Greece at advanced stage - reports The British Museum is said to have held secret talks with Greece about returning the sculptures.
BBC News - Europe
Russian businessman held in UK oligarchs probe A businessman is arrested on suspicion of money laundering at his multi-million-pound London home.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: New images show Russian army facility built in occupied Mariupol Russia captured Mariupol earlier this year, and the images suggest it is consolidating its presence.
BBC News - Europe
Police foil group trying to steal Banksy mural from Ukraine wall Police arrested several people who cut the artwork from the wall of a war-torn building in Hostomel.
BBC News - Europe
Finland's Sanna Marin says Europe would be in trouble without US "I must be brutally honest with you," Sanna Marin says. "We would be in trouble without the US."
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Russia demands annexations recognised before talks The Kremlin says the West's refusal to recognise its seizure of Ukrainian land makes talks harder.
BBC News - Europe
Poland says stolen Kandinsky auctioned in Germany The German auctioneer suspends finalisation of the sale after an angry response in Poland.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Learning to survive in Ladyzhyn, a town with no heating Ladyzhyn's 18,000 people went without heating for a week after Russian missiles hit its power plant.
BBC News - Europe
World Cup 2022: Did it cross the line? Germany out as Japan and Spain progress Japan reach the World Cup last 16 as Germany crash out, but should Japan's winner against Spain have counted on a dramatic night?
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Can we expect peace talks to begin? Joe Biden says he is willing to sit down with Vladimir Putin, but when might peace talks take place?
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Animal eye packages sent to eight embassies across Europe Ukraine's foreign ministry says a "campaign of terror" is taking place against its embassies.
BBC News - Europe
No more airplane mode? EU to allow calls on flights EU airlines will be able to install equipment that lets them provide 5G on board planes by June 2023.
BBC News - Europe
World Cup 2022: German media and pundits react to group stage elimination Germany's elimination in the World Cup group stages for the second time in a row has led to a scathing reaction in the media at home.
BBC News - Europe
Jeanne Dielman: Film directed by woman picked as best ever Sight and Sound picks Chantal Akerman's 1975 film Jeanne Dielman as the greatest ever.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Germany to cover energy bills as gas prices soar Germany is spending €300bns to shield its people from soaring energy bills. Will it work?
BBC News - Europe
Coca-Cola Christmas truck in flames in Romania The famous red vehicle caught fire while driving down a busy road in the capital Bucharest.
BBC News - Europe
Is attacking Ukraine's power grid a war crime? Western leaders say Russia's attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure are illegal, but what does the law say?
BBC News - Europe
World Cup 2022: Female refs 'a positive message' for women in Qatar - Stephanie Frappart Having females referees at the World Cup helps send a positive message over women's rights in Qatar, says Stephanie Frappart.
BBC News - Europe
New Zealand and Finland PMs shoot down reporter's 'similar age' question New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern and Finland's Sanna Marin gave pointed replies on gender and their roles.
BBC News - Europe
Why Dutch 'bike banks' are a game changer for kids In the Netherlands, the cost of living crisis has pushed up demand for refurbished second-hand bikes.
BBC News - Europe
Victory is not the only thing we need, we need justice - Olena Zelenska Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska speaks to UK lawmakers about the devastating war in her country.
BBC News - Europe
At the scene of deadly Ischia mudslide The BBC's Mark Lowen surveys the damage to homes and cars after a mudslide on the Italian island.
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Mudslide sweeps across Italian island of Ischia Those missing are believed to be trapped under the mud.