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Russia's deputy foreign minister warned of "colossal risks" if NATO countries provided F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met India's Narendra Modi for the first time since the war.
Ukrainian officials insisted they still control parts of Bakhmut after Russian forces claimed victory in the bloody, months-long siege of the eastern city.
We look at reactions in the Spanish and Brazilian papers after Real Madrid forward Vinicius Jnr condemns racial taunts against him during a recent match. Also: Nigeria inaugurates the continent's largest oil refinery, but at what environmental cost? Finally, a woman who flushed her engagement ring down the toilet is reunited with her jewellery – thirteen years later!
A decent start it was for the Flying Eagles as they rallied from a goal down to claim their first victory at the U-20 World Cup against the Dominican Republic. Up next is an all-important clash against Italy and this could make or break their campaign in Argentina. Ayomide Sotubo and this is the Nutmeg on Guardian TV.
The memorandums of understanding were signed during Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin's visit to Beijing.
Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich was detained in March by Russian authorities on spying charges. The US denies the charges and has called for his immediate release.
While the opposition has framed the 2024 vote as a choice between war and peace, the ruling party has urged voters to choose democracy over authoritarianism.
Moscow has summoned the German, Danish and Swedish ambassadors in protest of what it says are delayed efforts to investigate the cause of the Nord Stream gas pipeline explosions last year.
The Flying Eagles have made sure of qualification; they have done the job whether you like Ladan Bosso or not! It's now all about bragging rights when they face Brazil on Saturday and in this video, Ayomide Sotubo previews the game on The Nutmeg this week.
Modest fashion is a way of dressing that respects specific clothing requirements for reasons of faith and also personal preference. The market for modest fashion is huge – and it's only getting bigger, with both designers and influencers keen to get in on the action. FRANCE 24 went to check out the second edition of Paris Modest Fashion Week.
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Under growing pressure from the West, China has been doubling down on its close partnership with Russia in recent weeks. But experts say Beijing is still trying to use a "double-track approach" to maximize its interests.
Kyiv's mayor said one person was killed in the capital after the latest Russian assault. Meanwhile, Vladimir Putin ordered a bolstering of border security to facilitate "fast movement" into Ukraine. DW has more.
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We look at reactions and videos after the devastating Kakhovka dam collapse that marks a new turning point in the war in Ukraine. The world of golf is rocked by a merger between rival Saudi-backed LIV and PGA leagues which is heavily criticised by the Western press. And: scientists have unearthed evolutionary links to human masturbation!
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Infrequent periods and unexplained weight gain? It could be polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) — the most common hormonal disorder in women of childbearing age. Despite its high prevalence, many have never heard of it.
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Steven Spielberg's 'Jurassic Park' saw the most realistic fleshing out of dinosaurs ever seen on screen, unleashing dino-mania around the world — among kids and adults alike.
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Schwarzenegger said in the documentary that he thought "I'll be back" sounded "funny" because he was playing a cyborg and thought "I will be back" sounded more "machine-like" and appropriate. When Schwarzenegger made the suggestion, Cameron fired back.
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A jury sided Wednesday with Johnny Depp in his libel lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard, awarding the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor more than $10 million and vindicating his allegations that Heard lied about Depp abusing her before and during their brief marriage.
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At a Tokyo art institute, more than a dozen students held up mirrors to their faces while stretching the sides of their mouths upward, fully immersed in a lesson not in their usual curriculum - a smile class.