Minsk said that it would not be violating non-proliferation agreements because Moscow would be in control of any nuclear weapons brought into Belarus.
The British Defence Ministry estimated that the tanks marked a “step change” in capability for Ukraine’s armed forces.
Ukraine called on the people of Belarus to stand up to Moscow.
The Lancet decided not to publish the letter, calling their assessment “misinformation” and denying that one of the study’s authors had a conflict of interest.
“If Tunisia collapses economically or socially, then we will be in a situation where new flows of migrants will come to Europe,” said Josep Borrell, EU foreign affairs commissioner.
The IMF has pledged its largest loan ever to a country at war and the EU has promised 1 million bullets.
The EU is sitting on about a third of the lithium it needs in the next ten years if it is going to reach its goals for using electric cars and wind and solar energy.
The trend of fewer men getting university degrees—often leading to 9-to-5 desk jobs—may have a positive aspect.
The large turnout for the march shows that the Iberian pro-life movement is in fact gaining steam.
The EU’s Farm to Fork policy is not only facing strong opposition from agribusiness, but even the commissioner responsible for agriculture has expressed his reservations.
The government has been slowly negotiating pension reform with the EU Commission, but economists project they will increase pension costs in the long run.
The central and regional administrations in Spain are blaming each other for the delays.