Corruption: a vice-president of the European Parliament questioned in Brussels

Corruption: a vice-president of the European Parliament questioned in Brussels.

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World Cup 2022: Argentina joins Croatia in the semi-finals, at the end of the suspense

Argentina defeated the Netherlands on penalties and will meet Croatia in the semi-finals, who also won on penalties against Brazil.

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Nuclear: "unstoppable" weapons used only in retaliation according to Vladimir Putin

Recalling that they would be used "only in retaliation", Vladimir Putin warns that Russian nuclear weapons are unstoppable.

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War in Ukraine: the situation on December 9, with maps

Ukrainian officials said Russian forces continue to militarize the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant.

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Fire of a shopping mall in Moscow: one death, the criminal track privileged

The Russian emergency services suspect that a "criminal" act is at the origin of a vast fire which started on Thursday night in a shopping mall in the suburbs of Moscow, leaving one dead according to Russian media.

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Sweden and Finland in NATO: Washington expects Turkey's green light "soon

Finland and Sweden have called on Thursday, Turkey to give the green light to their accession to NATO, believing that they have satisfied the demands of Ankara. For Washington it is only a matter of time.

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Josep Borrell: "The EU lacks the defense capabilities to protect itself in case of conflict"

The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, said on Thursday that the war in Ukraine has depleted the EU's arms stocks and shown that Europe lacks "essential defense capabilities" because of "years of underinvestment".

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Japan, UK and Italy to develop a new generation fighter aircraft

Japan will collaborate with the United Kingdom and Italy to develop a next-generation fighter jet by 2035, the three countries announced Friday, as the Japanese archipelago seeks to strengthen its defense strategy in a tense geopolitical environment.

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The EU is trying to reform itself but what do the citizens want?

After the year-long Conference on the Future of Europe, citizens are called upon to follow the evolution of the debates on their reform proposals.

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Green light for Croatia's entry into the Schengen area

On the other hand, the membership applications of Romania and Bulgaria were rejected.

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