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President Putin conducts a signing ceremony announcing the illegal seizure of four areas of Ukraine.
The Russian leader's fiery speech is an attempt to divert from Russia's problems on the battlefield.
Members of the Lev Tahor group forced their way past guards at the site in Huixtla.
Effective climate action is not possible without a freer society in host Egypt, activists say.
How will Russia annex four occupied regions it does not fully control, while in the middle of a war?
The attack has left residents of the capital reeling and frantically searching for family members.
The EU has agreed to implement levies on energy firms which are benefiting from soaring gas prices.
An open letter to Fifa says it does not trust women will be allowed to attend games in future.
Dramatic footage shows members escaping the site where they were held since a raid on their base.
At least 23 civilians reportedly killed as they tried to enter Russian-held territory to deliver aid.
Female workers have endured uninvited touching, requests for sex, and a predatory culture, a review says.
An explosion has hit an education centre in western Kabul and police say there are casualties.
As Moscow formally seizes more of Ukraine, the BBC speaks to those on Russia's new so-called “border”.
As flooding traps people in their homes, the storm is now taking aim at South Carolina.
The sportswear giant's shares fell by more than 9% in after-hours trading in New York.
The comedian says he is "filled with gratitude" as he announces his departure from the programme.
After enforcing some of world's toughest rules, Australia will no longer force people to stay at home.
Within hours, Vladimir Putin is expected to declare that four Ukrainian regions are joining Russia.
Theatres are set to reopen more than two decades after an armed rebellion forced their closure.
It is proving more difficult to deal with as vaccines are not available for a rare strain of the virus.