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Turkey blocks Nato accession bids by Finland and Sweden

Move comes hours after Nordic states officially launch process to join defence alliance under the shadow of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Tension in Cyprus as cheesed-off producers dump milk

Goat and sheep farmers protest over high prices and production issues, including a lack of compliance with regulations on halloumi

700 Azovstal fighters surrender, says Russia

Bloody battle ends while Sweden and Finland officially apply to join Nato

Kyiv court puts Russian soldier on trial

This is the first war crimes trial for murder of civilian since invasion began

Monkeypox spreads to Spain and Portugal

Five infections detected in Lisbon, health authorities say

UK’s inflation surges 9% in the year to the end of April

The increase is more than double the pace of basic wage growth, squeezing consumer spending power at the sharpest pace on record

ECB’s Lagarde gives national central bank chiefs a bigger say on policy

The European Central Bank president has asked her board to speak less and set aside more time for debate

Fear grows for Mariupol defenders after surrender to Russia

According to Russia, at least 256 ‘Nazi criminals’ had ‘laid down their arms and surrendered’

Kyiv aims for prisoner swap after surrender of Ukrainian fighters in Mariupol

Wounded men seen leaving the Azovstal steelworks after brutal weeks-long siege

This is how the UK wants to change Brexit trade rules in Northern Ireland

The two sides have been trying for months to end a deadlock about the Northern Ireland protocol

Mariupol defiance ‘changed the course of Ukraine war’

Ukrainian presidential adviser says talks on evacuating more people from the city’s Azovstal steel works are continuing

Ukraine evacuates last troops from Mariupol

Evacuation likely to mark end of bloody battle in besieged port city

Sweden to formally apply for Nato membership

The decision to abandon the military non-alignment that has been a central tenet of Swedish national identity for two centuries follows Russia's attack on ...

French prime minister quits before expected cabinet overhaul

Jean Castex’s move clears the way for someone with green and social policy credentials as prime minister

Putin says Russia will respond if Nato arms Finland and Sweden

President says he has no issues with Nordic states entering the military alliance, but Nato should keep troops or hardware out

Ukraine claims successes in the northeast as it pushes Russian forces back

Thousands of civilians have been killed, towns and cities blasted into ruins, and more than 6-million people have fled their homes since the start of the war ...

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