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Kiev’s plans to ban works in Russian divide book lovers

Ukraine plans to ban many books in Russian as part of a wartime battle against propaganda, but the new law has divided both literature fans and booksellers alike.

"We must not confuse Russian fascism with Russian culture," said Olexander Drobin, a bookseller at the massive Petrivka book market in the capital, Kiev.

Will Erdogan voice challenges to Greek sovereignty at NATO summit?

After Turkey struck a deal with Sweden and Finland, that requires them to change their counter-terrorism laws to suit Ankara and that will thus permit NATO to unanimously issue invitations for them to join the Alliance tomorrow, Athens is focused on whether Erdogan will table his demands for the demilitarisation of Greek Eastern Aegean islands at the ongoing NATO summit.

Putin: We will send "Iskander"; Kremlin: No, they won't

At a meeting with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko, Russian President Vladimir Putin did not discuss the handover of missiles with nuclear weapons to Minsk.
These are systems that are technically capable of carrying various types of weapons, said the spokesman of the Russian leader, Dmitry Peskov.

Putin attacks another country? "Russia did not target the mall"

The leaders of the G7 member states said that they would be with Ukraine for as long as necessary.
The Ukrainian army is trying to leave Lysychansk while the Russian assault forces are already deep in the city.
The United Nations Security Council will hold an emergency meeting on Ukraine.

"Putin could attack outside Ukraine"

Day 125 of the Invasion of Ukraine: At least 18 Dead after Russians Hit a Mall in Kremenchuk

Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:

At least 18 dead after Russians hit a mall in Kremenchuk

The death toll from a strike at a shopping center in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk has reached 18, with 59 injured.

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