International News

BBC News - Europe
  1. Ukraine says 264 fighters - some badly wounded - have been taken from the Azovstal steelworks.
  2. As tensions build over Northern Ireland, concerns of a trade war between the EU and UK have surfaced.
  3. The alliance begins one of its largest military exercises, as Finland and Sweden seek to join.
  4. The BBC's Sarah Rainsford investigates the killing of civilians in a summer camp in Bucha, Ukraine.
  5. Masks are no longer required on many EU flights, but countries including Germany, Italy and Spain keep the rule.
  6. The chain opened in Moscow in 1990 as the Soviet Union was opening its economy to Western brands.
  7. A helicopter pilot is found guilty of suffocating his British wife - a case that shocked Greece.
  8. Italian police say pro-Russian hackers targeted the contest, which was won by Ukraine.
  9. Quentin Sommerville and cameraman Darren Conway visit the edge of Izyum, where Russians forces are concentrated.
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