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23 Dec 2022
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has paid a visit to frontline troops. Just days before the war with Russia enters a 10th month, Zelenskyy praised Ukraine's defenders. Meanwhile, fears are mounting that the war could expand to another country: Moldova.
14 Dec 2022
We take a look at how the papers are celebrating Argentina's majestic win against Croatia in the World Cup semi-finals. We also see how they are covering the historic nature of this Wednesday's upcoming France-Morocco match, especially amid tensions between President Emmanuel Macron and King Mohammed VI.
9 Dec 2022
Warsaw was promised Germany's missile defenses but Polish officials now urge Berlin to send them to Ukraine instead. Berlin says their Patriot missiles are for NATO deployment only.

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