Ukraine war: Russia claims it stopped 'large scale' Ukrainian military offensive
In a statement early Monday morning, the Ministry of Defence in Moscow claimed it had killed 250 Ukrainian soldiers and destroyed tanks - or if this was the long-anticipated Ukrainian counteroffensive.
NATO boosts security in Kosovo after recent clashes with police and KFOR
A Turkish commando battalion has arrived in northern Kosovo in response to a request from NATO for more troops to help quell violent unrest between ethnic Serbs and Albanians.
Supporters of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny mark birthday with protests
Supporters of jailed Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny held protests in Russia and several European cities to mark his third birthday in prison.
'I see the scar and I want to die': Why the EU allows sterilisation of women with disabilities
Forced sterilisation is legal in much of the European Union. It is against the law in only nine countries despite contravening the Istanbul Convention.
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