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Hundreds arrested in a dozen cities across Russia as protests over mobilisation continue
Protests over mobilisation have taken place in more than a dozen cities across Russia.
More women than men at the protest in Moscow - one by one, they were thrown into police vans
The protest in Moscow was so small and so overrun with press in yellow vests you could hardly make out the few solitary figures who'd had the courage to come to the designated spot at the appointed time. But the police have their ways.
'Tortured then executed': Ukrainians will fight on for justice - even when the war is over
The smell of death lingers long after occupation.
Giorgia Meloni: She's called for a naval blockade of Africa to stop migrants – who is the far-right leader set to become Italy's first female PM?
A century ago, in 1922, Benito Mussolini's Black Shirts marched on Rome, the start of 20 years of Fascist rule. Now, Italy could for the first time elect a prime minister whose party is rooted in neo-Fascism.
British woman dies on beach in Portugal
A British woman has died on a beach in Portugal.
Plane overshoots runway and ends up in lake - forcing French airport to close 'indefinitely'
An airport in France has been closed "indefinitely" after a cargo plane went too far on landing, with its front end finishing up in a lake.
Mahsa Amini death: Iran's president says protesters should be 'dealt with decisively'
Iran's president says protesters should be "dealt with decisively" following nationwide anti-government unrest sparked by the death of a young woman in police custody.
Abortions banned in Arizona after judge lifts injunction that blocked prosecutions
Abortions have effectively been banned in Arizona after a judge lifted an injunction that had blocked prosecutions for nearly 50 years.
Death toll from migrant boat that sank off Syria increases to 86
The death toll from a migrant boat that sank off Syria this week has risen to 86.
Ukraine: Thousands continue to flee Russia to avoid fighting following mobilisation call-up
The exodus from Russia in the wake of Vladimir Putin's call-up of 300,000 reservists continues, with people scrambling to escape to neighbouring countries.