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'UK planned Srebrenica pullout despite being aware of carnage'
Declassified documents show that Britain devised plans to withdraw its soldiers from a besieged Bosnian enclave despite knowing Serb forces were poised to wage more atrocities after the Srebrenica massacre.
'UK planned Srebrenica pullout despite being aware of carnage'
Palestineone year ago
400 EU lawmakers urge leaders to stop Israeli annexation
More than 400 European lawmakers urge leaders to stop Israel's "de-facto annexation" of the occupied West Bank.
400 EU lawmakers urge leaders to stop Israeli annexation
Foreign Policyone year ago
Almost one-third of Europeans distrust post-Trump America: Poll
A staggering 32 percent of all Europeans believe the United States can no longer be considered trustworthy.
Almost one-third of Europeans distrust post-Trump America: Poll
Moreone year ago
Thousands protest effort to rewrite Montenegro church law
Several thousand people protest in Montenegro's capital against the new government's efforts to change a controversial religion law.
Thousands protest effort to rewrite Montenegro church law
Foreign Policyone year ago
Russia resumes Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, defying US sanctions
Russia has resumed Nord Stream 2 pipeline construction despite the extension of US sanctions against the project.
Russia resumes Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, defying US sanctions
Franceone year ago
UN rights chief urges France to scrap part of draft security law
The UN human rights chief calls on France to withdraw a controversial part of a draft security law that would place restrictions on filming police.
UN rights chief urges France to scrap part of draft security law
Russiaone year ago
Russia begins mass trials of second coronavirus vaccine
Russia plans to begin mass trials of its second coronavirus vaccine, EpiVacCorona, on people aged over 18.
Russia begins mass trials of second coronavirus vaccine
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