AP PHOTOS: The iPhone at 15, through pro photographers’ eyes

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This week marks 15 years since the iPhone first went on sale and ushered in a new era: the age of the smartphone.It’s hard to imagine today how different mobile access...

Why did Putin start the Russia Ukraine battle?

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Russia’s long-feared invasion of Ukraine continues to rage following Vladimir Putin’s announcement of his “special military operation” against the country in the early hours of 24 February, the Russian leader declaring,...

Bulgarian lawmakers vote to unblock N Macedonia’s EU bid

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Bulgaria’s parliament voted Friday to lift a veto that has long blocked European Union membership negotiations with North Macedonia and Albania, raising fresh hopes that the bloc can now press...

Moldova, tiny, poor and bordering Ukraine, gets EU candidacy

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The European Union announced Thursday that it has granted EU candidate status to Moldova, a poor non-NATO Eastern European country bordering war-torn Ukraine, which likely won’t enjoy the perks of...

European Union leaders set to grant Ukraine candidate status

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European Union leaders on Thursday are set to grant Ukraine candidate status to join the 27-nation bloc, a first step in a long and unpredictable journey toward full membership that...

French paratroopers conduct military drill in Estonia

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French armed forces conducted a surprise military exercise in Estonia, deploying more than 100 paratroopers in the Baltic country that neighbors Russia, the French defense ministry said Wednesday. The airborne...

Bulgaria’s no-confidence vote could hamper EU expansion

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Lawmakers in Bulgaria are set to vote Wednesday on a no-confidence motion against the country's coalition government. If approved, the motion could topple the centrist prime minister and further stall...

Ukrainian woman gives birth in UK hospital after escaping Russian bombs

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A mother has given birth in a UK hospital after fleeing Russian bombs in Ukraine.Lesia Husar, 41, gave birth to her son Richard on June 12, after travelling more than 1,200...

Scholz: G7 will support Ukraine ‘for as long as needed’

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says the Group of Seven leading democracies will make clear at their upcoming summit that Ukraine can expect to receive the support it needs “for as...

German leader says it’s necessary to keep talking to Putin

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Friday that it's “absolutely necessary” for some leaders to talk directly to Russian President Vladimir Putin amid efforts to end the war in Ukraine, and...

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