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NATO Russia

Attack on Ukraine would be costly, NATO warns Moscow (Humeyra Pamuk and Sabine Siebold, Reuters)

Russia would pay a high price for any new military aggression against Ukraine, NATO and the United States warned on Tuesday as the Western military alliance met to discuss Moscow’s intentions for massing troops on the border of the former Soviet republic.

Attack on Ukraine would be costly, NATO warns Moscow | Reuters

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NATO Russia

Russia says NATO deploying ‘significant’ hardware near its borders (Reuters)

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused NATO on Tuesday of deploying a significant amount of military hardware near Russia’s borders and said Moscow could respond to security threats from Western countries and Ukraine if necessary.

Russia says NATO deploying ‘significant’ hardware near its borders | Reuters

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China USA

Washington caps year of drills to deter China with ten-day military exercise (Tim Kelly, Reuters)

The United States on Tuesday completed ten days of joint military drills in Asian waters with Japan and other allies as it ups the ante on deterring China from pursuing its territorial ambitions amid growing tension in the region over Taiwan.

Washington caps year of drills to deter China with ten-day military exercise | Reuters

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Russia Ukraine

Ukraine PM says Russia ‘absolutely’ behind coup attempt (Reuters)

Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmygal said on Tuesday that Russia was “absolutely” behind what he said was an attempt to organise a coup to overthrow the government in Kyiv, citing intelligence.

EXCLUSIVE Ukraine PM says Russia ‘absolutely’ behind coup attempt | Reuters

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Russia

Putin says he hasn’t decided whether to run again for president in 2024 (Reuters)

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday he had not yet decided whether to run for a new six-year term in the Kremlin when his current term ends in 2024.

Putin says he hasn’t decided whether to run again for president in 2024 | Reuters

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Holy See

With migrants in mind, Pope Francis visits divided Cyprus (Michele Kambas, Reuters)

Pope Francis visits Cyprus this week to lend his support to a conflict-riven island now on the front line of a new migratory route for people fleeing their countries for Europe.

With migrants in mind, Pope Francis visits divided Cyprus | Reuters

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France

Far-right figure Zemmour announces presidential run to ‘save’ France (Ingrid Melander, Reuters)

Far-right French pundit Eric Zemmour announced his candidacy for president on Tuesday with a video in which, to ominous music and footage of street violence, he said he wanted to save France from decadence and minorities that “oppress the majority”.

Far-right figure Zemmour announces presidential run to ‘save’ France | Reuters

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Australia

Australia challenges Facebook to back anti-troll defamation law (Reuters)

Facebook Inc (FB.O) will show it has no interest in making the online world safe if it quits Australia over laws holding it liable for defamation on its platform, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday.

Australia challenges Facebook to back anti-troll defamation law | Reuters

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UK

UK regulator set to block Meta’s Giphy deal – FT (Reuters)

The UK competition regulator is expected to block Meta Platforms’ (FB.O) acquisition of online GIF platform Giphy in the coming days, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

UK regulator set to block Meta’s Giphy deal – FT | Reuters

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