Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: ‘Execution’ video prompts war crime probe

A video posted on social media appears to show the execution of two Armenian prisoners by troops from Azerbaijan.

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United Nations at 75 plagued by new crises and cash crunch

Faced with wars, climate change and a pandemic, the United Nations is struggling to make an impact.

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Virus to stay ‘at least until next summer’ – Macron

The French president’s comments come as daily cases in several European countries reach new highs.

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Poland abortion ruling: Protests spread across the country

Protesters rally in Warsaw and other cities after a court ruling bans almost all abortions.

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Golden Dawn’s Pappas on the run as colleagues start jail terms

Golden Dawn’s Christos Pappas defies arrest but 37 colleagues hand themselves in.

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Portuguese GP: Max Verstappen & Lance Stroll under investigation; Valtteri Bottas fastest

Max Verstappen and Lance Stroll are under investigation for their involvement in a crash during second practice at the Portuguese Grand Prix.

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Stolen Ming vase worth £2.5m found in Charlton

The “unique” antique was taken by an organised crime group from a collection in Switzerland, police said.

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French Covid app relaunches to bumpy start

The troubled French contact-tracing app has a new name, but suffers teething issues.

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Emily in Paris: Netflix hit’s creator Darren Star ‘not sorry’ for ‘clichés’

Darren Star says he intended the critically lambasted show to be “a love letter” to the French city.

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Mother and baby homes: Minister expresses ‘deep regret’ over failures

A controversial bill dealing with records of the homes was passed in the Irish parliament on Thursday.

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