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Eagles changed migration route to avoid Ukraine war Scientists believe they avoided perils including artillery fire on their way to their traditional breeding ground.
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War and popularity keep Zelensky in power despite term expiring Martial law and a desire for stability keeps the Ukrainian leader in power without new elections.
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Slovakia PM attacker 'may not have been lone wolf' Investigators are probing whether the suspect was part of a group who "incited and supported each other”, a minister says.
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Watch: Blue fireball lights up skies over Spain The suspected meteorite was also seen in Portugal, with many sharing their videos on social media.
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Russia's glide bombs devastating Ukraine's cities on the cheap Russia is increasingly using budget "glide bombs" to advance its offensive in Ukraine.
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Ukraine war in maps: Russian attacks near Kharkiv Russian forces make "tactically significant advances" near Kharkiv, with the war now in its third year.
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'A bullet hole and a bloodstain' - At the Slovakia PM shooting site The BBC's Sarah Rainsford reports from the town of Handlova, and examines what the attack could mean for Slovakia's divided society.
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Slovak PM shot in apparent assassination attempt Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has been shot, in what officials are calling an assassination attempt.
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Moment leading up to shooting of Slovak PM Robert Fico was shot as he left a meeting in Handlova, Slovakia. A suspect has been arrested.
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'Attack on democracy' - Slovak President Caputova Slovakia's outgoing president expressed shock after the shooting of PM Robert Fico.
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Ex-Russian army commander detained over fraud charge Ivan Popov was fired in 2023 after criticising Russia's management of the Ukraine war in a leaked recording.
BBC News
Ukraine makes gains in its other war - fighting corruption Experts say Ukraine is now making significant progress in its long struggle against corruption.
BBC News
German novel Kairos wins International Booker Jenny Erpenbeck is the first German writer and Michael Hofmann the first male translator to win £50,000 prize.
BBC News
'Slightly crazy' German group on trial for coup plot The group believed that Queen Elizabeth II's death might have been a secret signal to act.
BBC News
Naples region rocked by more than 150 quakes One of the tremors on Monday was the strongest the area has experienced for 40 years.
BBC News
Thousands flee Russian offensive in Kharkiv region Fighting around Ukraine’s second largest city has so far displaced around 14,000 people.
BBC News
Eagles changed migration route to avoid Ukraine war Scientists believe they avoided perils including artillery fire on their way to their traditional breeding ground.
BBC News
Spain recalls Argentina ambassador in Milei insult row Spain "definitively" recalls its ambassador to Argentina, in an escalating row with President Javier Milei.
BBC News
Greek court throws out shipwreck trial against nine men The judges ruled they had no jurisdiction to hear the case as the boat sank in international waters.
BBC News
France's president to fly to riot-hit New Caledonia Macron held a defence council on the New Caledonia situation at the Elysee Palace in Paris on Monday
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BMW and Jaguar used banned China parts - US probe The car makers used parts made by a supplier banned over alleged links to Chinese forced labour.
BBC News
How does French Open affect Olympic qualification? The French Open takes on extra significance this year as it will help determine who qualifies for the Olympic Games - here is all you need to know.
BBC News
War and popularity keep Zelensky in power despite term expiring Martial law and a desire for stability keeps the Ukrainian leader in power without new elections.
BBC News
Metro disabled access 'shame' for Paralympic Paris Charity says lack of work to improve access to Paris's Metro ahead of Games is "scandalous".
BBC News
Slovakia PM attacker 'may not have been lone wolf' Investigators are probing whether the suspect was part of a group who "incited and supported each other”, a minister says.
BBC News
Watch: Blue fireball lights up skies over Spain The suspected meteorite was also seen in Portugal, with many sharing their videos on social media.
BBC News
Russia's glide bombs devastating Ukraine's cities on the cheap Russia is increasingly using budget "glide bombs" to advance its offensive in Ukraine.
BBC News
Georgia’s future path at stake as protests divide nation A controversial new law is dividing Georgia and risks pulling the nation back to the instability that scarred its post-Soviet independence.
BBC News
Key weeks ahead for Russia’s war in Ukraine Russia has launched a push north of Kharkiv but its ultimate goal is so far unclear.
BBC News
Ukraine war in maps: Russian attacks near Kharkiv Russian forces make "tactically significant advances" near Kharkiv, with the war now in its third year.
BBC News
'A bullet hole and a bloodstain' - At the Slovakia PM shooting site The BBC's Sarah Rainsford reports from the town of Handlova, and examines what the attack could mean for Slovakia's divided society.
BBC News
Slovak PM shot in apparent assassination attempt Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has been shot, in what officials are calling an assassination attempt.
BBC News
Moment leading up to shooting of Slovak PM Robert Fico was shot as he left a meeting in Handlova, Slovakia. A suspect has been arrested.
BBC News
'Attack on democracy' - Slovak President Caputova Slovakia's outgoing president expressed shock after the shooting of PM Robert Fico.
BBC News
Watch: How the France prison van ambush unfolded Two officers were killed when armed men attacked a prison van carrying Mohamed Amra in Rouen, Normandy.
BBC News
Riot police violently arrest protesters in Georgia Georgia's parliament voted through a law that critics say could be used to threaten civil liberties.
BBC News
Why European elections matter and how they work Some 400 million voters can take part in the 6-9 June vote across the EU's 27 countries.