UK charges third Russian over Novichok attack
30 September 2021 | 3:10 pm
Police said they can confirm that all three suspects were military intelligence operatives, in the attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal. The latest suspect is being charged with attempted murder, among others.
Pretoria's Western allies are upset by South Africa hosting upcoming joint naval exercises with Russia and China. Historical ties between Moscow and the ruling ANC may explain President Ramaphosa's stance.
Among the EU's latest package of Russian sanctions, members of the Wagner Group mercenary company were included for alleged crimes committed in Africa. The group's exact African footprint is disputed, but it's growing.
The Soyuz MS-23 has been sent on a mission to bring back three astronauts from the ISS. It carried 429 kg additional cargo required to extend their stay.
The Kremlin is far from its goals in Ukraine. Many Russians are concerned about that, including those in Putin's inner circle. What does it mean for the war and for Putin's political career? DW correspondent Yuri Rescheto analyzed the situation.
He's been compared to Alex Jones and Andrew Tate, and is known for spreading Covid-19 misinformation. This week, far-right US influencer Stew Peters posted three misleading stories about the war in Ukraine.
The British prime minister rushed to Northern Ireland a day after his EU agreement to tout the country as "the world's most exciting economic zone." But he needs to convince the unionist DUP to back the agreement.
The former chancellor lost sympathy over his close ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
A Welsh jury found the couple guilty of manslaughter in the negligent death of their handicapped daughter. The teen was found dead on a pile of soiled beddings by shocked authorities in 2020.
Copenhagen police have begun a probe looking into the vandalism. The defacement of the 110-year-old bronze is seen as support for Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Prize organizers said the architect sustained "connections between tradition and innovation." Chipperfield is known for the reconstruciton of old buildings while honoring their history and preserving the environment.
The professional services firm said rising childcare costs were pricing many women out of work. In 2021, childcare costs relative to average income were one of the highest among OECD countries, representing nearly a third of the income of a UK family on an average wage.
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