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GBLondon has been criticised for its controversial deal with Rwanda to send asylum seekers who arrived illegally on British soil to the east African country.

FI The results are expected in around a week.

⚡️ “What scandal? Finland mostly shrugs at PM Sanna Marin’s party exploits”

GRAthens is planning to modernise the area where the camp is located and relocate the occupants.

UARU It comes amid warnings that shelling in the area around the plant could trigger a nuclear disaster. #UkraineRussia 

Fact check: Do 25% of UK hosts want to kick out Ukrainian refugees?

Nord Stream: Gas deliveries to be suspended for three days due to 'maintenance', Gazprom says

Putin 'agrees' to send IAEA inspection team to Ukraine nuclear plant

Shooting at Swedish shopping centre kills one and injures another

Fears grow over Russian interference in Italy's election after remarks by Dmitry Medvedev.

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RUMarina Ovsyannikova, a journalist who protested against Russia's war in Ukraine during a prime-time news broadcast, holds up a sign reading "May the dead children haunt you in your dreams" before a court hearing. She has been charged with "discrediting" the Russian army.

Earlier this week, authorities in Krakow said in a Facebook post that a woman called them to report a creature sitting in the tree across from her house.

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Think #2019  was a terrible year? Here are some of the lighter moments! "Turkey's Mary Poppins"

Ukraine is one of us and we want them in EU, Ursula von der Leyen tells Euronews

ISReynisfjara, Iceland’s most famous black sand beach is a lure for international visitors - but a combination of geology and the raw power of the ocean make it a deadly attraction.

ES A debate has been sparked after Spain's government moved to prevent offices, shops and other venues from setting air conditioning below 27°C in the summer.

Irony as Saharan dust returns radiation from French nuclear tests in the 1960s

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