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Ukrainian fighters extracted from the last bastion of resistance in Mariupol were taken to a former penal colony in enemy-controlled territory.
Approval usually takes eight to 12 months, but NATO wants to move quickly given the threat from Russia hanging over the Nordic countries’ heads.
The monarch continued her jovial return to public engagements with a surprise outing to Paddington Station.
The Pontiff had a chat with seminarians that took a spiritual turn of another kind.
The rapper has been accused of writing lyrics that praise terror groups and insult the royal family.
“It was really offensive to hear that, because I actually lived through it all,” Marianna Vyshemirsky told the BBC.
Ukrainian officials said the fighters had “completed their mission” and there was no way to free the plant by military means.
The Duke of Cambridge presented Deborah James, a beloved U.K. podcaster who has bowel cancer, with one of the highest honors an individual can receive.
Renowned Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was shot dead last week while covering an Israeli military raid on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Officials say Sweden has decided to apply for NATO membership to end more than 200 years of military nonalignment because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.