Russia said on Friday that the European Union’s decision not to recognize Alexander Lukashenko as the legitimate president of Belarus contradicted international law and amounted to indirect meddling in the country.
EU move not to recognize Lukashenko amounts to meddling in Belarus: Kremlin
The European Union is determined to get a Brexit trade deal with Britain but will be firm and realistic with London after Prime Minister Boris Johnson decided to break the divorce agreement, the EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, said on Wednesday.
EU ‘determined’ to get Brexit deal after UK 'breach' decision
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Saturday the causes of a military plane crash which killed 26 people would be investigated promptly and impartially.
Ukraine's president orders prompt investigation of plane crash
France opened an anti-terror investigation after two journalists were stabbed in Paris on Friday near the former offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine that was attacked in 2015 after publishing offensive cartoons of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Two stabbed near Charlie Hebdo's old offices, France opens anti-terror probe
Ninety-four-year-old naturalist Sir David Attenborough from UK has debuted on Instagram and claimed the record for the fastest time to reach one million followers on Instagram.
Sir David Attenborough breaks Instagram record for fastest time to reach one million followers
Egypt is preparing to welcome French tourists again in October after a seven-month halt amid the coronavirus pandemic.
French tourists to return to Egypt
A man was arrested after climbing up the facade of the Tour Montparnasse, the tallest building in Paris, France, a police source said.
Man arrested scaling tallest building in Paris
The Kremlin said on Wednesday that opposition figure Alexei Navalny was free to return to Russia like any other citizen after being discharged from a hospital in Germany, which alleges he was poisoned with a nerve agent.
Russia says glad Navalny is recovering, says he's welcome back
The mystery of why an entire village lost its broadband every morning at 7 a.m. was solved when engineers discovered an old television was to blame.
Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months in UK
The oven's warm glow and aroma of fresh bread signal the morning rush at Bach's Bakery in the central Chinese city of Changsha, but although the baking staff chatter excitedly, you could hear a pin drop.
German bakery helps deaf Chinese earn their daily bread

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