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Eagles shifting flight paths to avoid Ukraine conflict, scientists find
Vulnerable birds deviating from migratory routes by up to 155 miles, which could affect breeding

Nicola Davis Science correspondent

20, May, 2024 @3:48 PM

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‘I decided to not let anybody silence my voice’: the journalists in exile but still at risk
Threats from the state have led many journalists across the world to flee their home countries to report from elsewhere. But, for many, the intimidation did not stop when they left

03, May, 2024 @4:00 AM

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Polish border ‘pushbacks’ back in spotlight after pregnant woman’s ordeal
Activists say little has changed in treatment of migrants and refugees under Donald Tusk’s new government

Shaun Walker in Warsaw

27, Apr, 2024 @6:28 AM

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Belarusian held in Poland suspected of ordering hammer attack on Navalny ally
Two Polish citizens detained earlier on suspicion of attacking Russian opposition figure Leonid Volkov in Lithuania

Pjotr Sauer

19, Apr, 2024 @3:00 PM

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Moscow concert attack: fear death toll higher after reports of up to 100 missing
Telegram channel with ties to security services reports 95 individuals unaccounted for since Friday

Pjotr Sauer

27, Mar, 2024 @4:05 PM

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Revealed: the names linked to ClothOff, the deepfake pornography app
Exclusive: Guardian investigation for podcast series Black Box reveals names connected to app that generated non-consensual images of children around the world

Michael Safi and Alex Atack in Almendralejo, Spain, and Joshua Kelly in London

29, Feb, 2024 @7:28 PM

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Belarusian flautist’s fate unknown as hundreds of activists remain in prison
Death of Russian opposition leader will add to anxiety of Maria Kolesnikova’s family who have not heard from her for a year

Andrew Roth

21, Feb, 2024 @5:00 AM

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‘A gift to Moscow’: dismay as NYPD takes part in UAE Swat games with Chechnya and Belarus
Event has already been widely used as PR opportunity for notorious Chechen unit accused of war crimes in Ukraine

Pjotr Sauer

11, Feb, 2024 @2:12 PM

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The Jewish boy who became a Nazi mascot: the extraordinary story of Alex Kurzem
When a Melbourne man claimed he survived the Holocaust by becoming a child mascot for the Nazis, he attracted worldwide attention – and scepticism. Now a documentary reveals new startling truths

Kelly Burke

03, Feb, 2024 @7:00 PM

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Dissident rock band Bi-2 leave Thailand after Russia deportation fears
Human rights groups had urged Thai government not to deport Russian-Belarusian band, who are now in Israel

Pjotr Sauer

01, Feb, 2024 @1:09 PM

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EU plans fresh Russia sanctions including against son of Dmitry Medvedev
Proposals aimed at choking off commercial revenues include total ban on sale of Russian rough diamonds

Lisa O'Carroll and Andrew Roth

16, Nov, 2023 @5:00 AM

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A fake Ryanair hijack – and the fear that has stalked Belarus’s people ever since
When a passenger plane was forced to land in Minsk in 2021, one man screamed: ‘They’ll kill me’. Many of his countrymen and women now realise they are also not safe, even in exile

Olga Loginova

19, Oct, 2023 @5:00 AM

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