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Sunak to pledge £500m more to support Ukraine The prime minister is travelling to Poland and Germany, highlighting an additional £500m to Ukraine.
BBC News
EU may suspend money-for-views TikTok feature The feature, which pays users to go on TikTok, could be temporarily suspended as early as Thursday.
BBC News
Biden to 'quickly' supply new military aid to Ukraine The US president says he will send "significant" support to Kyiv if senators pass a new aid deal on Tuesday.
BBC News
TV tower breaks in half after strike on Ukraine The local military says that digital TV has been cut off in the surrounding area.
BBC News
French Voice star seriously hurt in shooting Authorities say Kendji Girac's life is no longer in danger.
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Norway's King Harald to scale back official duties The 88-year-old has battled health issues and will make a "permanent reduction" to his public engagements.
BBC News
Russia defiant over new US aid to Ukraine Pro-Kremlin media and Russian officials claim America is "getting dragged into" a war it will lose.
BBC News
What $61bn US aid boost could mean for Ukraine After weeks of Russian advances, there are three areas where Ukraine could now strengthen its defences.
BBC News
US House approves crucial $61bn war aid for Ukraine The long-stalled package could be vital for Ukraine, which is struggling to contain Russia's invasion.
BBC News
Denmark endures Notre-Dame fire moment and vows to rebuild Danes recount watching in horror as the historic Borsen went up in flames.
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App to cut EU border queues won't be ready in time An EU-developed app to ease predicted queues under a new border system will not be ready in time, says Eurostar boss.
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Children among seven dead in Russia strike on Ukraine Russia hits cities in central Ukraine, as Kyiv claims to have downed a strategic Russian warplane.
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After their PM halts Ukraine aid, Slovaks dig deep to help A crowdfunding campaign to buy artillery shells for Ukraine quickly exceeds its target of €1m (£850,000).
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Man held over Paris bomb threat at Iran consulate Reports say a witness saw a man entering the consulate carrying a grenade or explosive vest.
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Surfer Sebastian Steudtner rides 28.57m wave World record holder Sebastian Steudtner rides a wave measured at 28.57m in Nazare, Portugal - an unofficial new world record awaiting confirmation.
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Arrest over alleged Russia plot to kill Zelensky Prosecutors say the man was tasked with getting information on an airport used by Ukraine's leader.
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Watch: Facade of Copenhagen stock exchange collapses The historic 17th Century building in Denmark's capital was engulfed in flames on Tuesday.
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Spy scandal revives fears of Austrian exposure to Russia Egisto Ott was detained last month on suspicion of spying for Russia, prompting a raft of allegations.
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50,000 Russian soldiers confirmed dead by BBC In the second 12 months on the front line the body count was nearly 25% higher than in the first year.
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Banned in Russia after anthem for stray animals goes viral Artist Ap$ent became popular across Eastern Europe after his song about fleeing Belarus went viral as an anthem for strays.
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Copenhagen vows to rebuild fire-hit stock exchange The pledge comes after a huge blaze devastated the 17th-Century landmark on Tuesday.
BBC News
How is Paris preparing for the Olympics and Paralympics? France's government may change the Olympic opening ceremony in Paris because of security worries.
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100 days to go - all you need to know for Paris 2024 With 100 days until the Paris Olympics 2024, we've put together a guide to give you the latest on when the Games begin, the venues, and how many gold medals can be won.
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Copenhagen stock exchange engulfed by huge fire One of the Danish capital's most historic buildings has been engulfed in a raging fire.
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Watch: Georgia opposition leader punches MP during debate A scuffle erupted in Georgia's parliament as the leader of the opposition punched an MP.
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Watch: Moment man rescued from Turkey cable car A military helicopter hoists the stranded passenger to safety in a rescue basket.
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Notre-Dame's transformation five years after fire Renovation work continues after 2019's devastating fire at the iconic cathedral in Paris.
BBC News
Key power plant in Ukraine hit by Russian strikes Trypillya power plant was the largest provider of electricity for three regions, including Kyiv.
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Rope climber attempts world record at Eiffel Tower Anouk Garnier climbs a 110m rope to the Eiffel Tower's second floor in just 18 minutes.