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The Boston Marathon has barred runners from Russia and Belarus.

Runners from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to compete in the Boston Marathon this month, the race organizers said on Wednesday — another ...

U.S. Says It Secretly Removed Malware Worldwide, Pre-empting Russian Cyberattacks

WASHINGTON — The United States said on Wednesday that it had secretly removed malware from computer networks around the world in recent weeks, a ...

Ukraine war: US, UK hit Russia with new sanctions

The US rolled out a new wave of financial sanctions on Wednesday against Russia that President Joe Biden said would place a lasting penalty on ...

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Judge Finds Man Not Guilty in First Jan. 6 Acquittal

A federal judge decided on Wednesday that a former government contractor from New Mexico who claimed that the police let him into the Capitol ...

The Boston Marathon has barred runners from Russia and Belarus.

Runners from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to compete in the Boston Marathon this month, the race organizers said on Wednesday — another ...

U.S. Says It Secretly Removed Malware Worldwide, Pre-empting Russian Cyberattacks

WASHINGTON — The United States said on Wednesday that it had secretly removed malware from computer networks around the world in recent weeks, a ...

New York Agrees to Expand Voting Access for People With Disabilities

Voting in New York will become easier for blind and disabled residents following the settlement of a lawsuit against the New York State Board of ...

Karim Benzema, the Surest of Sure Things, Lifts Real Madrid at Chelsea

LONDON — Luka Modric has, by this stage, seen pretty much all there is to see. He has won four Champions League titles. He has played in a World ...

Europe’s week: Scholz inauguration, French EU presidency and Ukraine warnings

This week Olaf Scholz took his oath of office at the Bundestag on Wednesday as he became Germany's new chancellor. He replaced Angela Merkel, who ...

This week in Europe: EU court fines Poland and inflation rises in eurozone

This week in Europe, the EU's Court of Justice escalated the ongoing legal row with Poland by fining the country €1 million a day for ignoring a ...

Europe’s week: EU manages Afghanistan withdrawal and prepares Belarus sanctions

The week was mired by discontent among European Union countries. Train drivers in Germany went on another strike; Greek police clashed with ...

Rescue operation under way after tourist plane goes missing in Iceland

Rescue teams in Iceland are searching for a small tourist plane that is thought to have crashed on a sightseeing trip. The aircraft is thought to ...

COVID-19 in Europe: Austria vaccine mandate comes into force

Austria has become the first country in Europe to introduce a national COVID-19 vaccine mandate for adults. From Tuesday, all citizens aged 18 ...

Russian daily COVID count surpasses 110,000 due to Omicron onslaught

The daily count of new COVID-19 infections in Russia spiked above 110,000 on Saturday as the highly contagious Omicron variant races through the ...

‘It isn’t serious anymore’: No winner in round seven as Italy’s lawmakers fail to elect predient

As Italian political leaders on Saturday struggled to clinch a deal to elect Italy's next president, momentum appeared to be building for ...

New Belgian passports to feature iconic cartoons Tintin and the Smurfs

From images of Gothic and baroque buildings to pictures of a young, red-haired adventurer named Tintin. If ever a Belgian was in need of a ...

Heidelberg shooting: German police say attacker got weapons in Austria

The 18-year-old gunman who opened fire at Heidelberg University, killing one person and wounding three others before killing himself, had bought ...

Fresh party claims increase pressure on UK PM Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing renewed calls to resign after it emerged that a birthday party involving up to 30 people was held ...

Poland’s Supreme Court slams government for restricting media access at Belarus border

Poland's Supreme Court has condemned the country's government for preventing journalists from accessing the border with Belarus. Judges said the ...

Essex lorry deaths: Belgian court sentences migrant smuggling leader to 18 years

A Vietnamese migrant smuggling gang leader has been jailed in Belgium over the deaths of 39 people, who were found in a lorry in England. Vo Van ...

Sotheby’s third ‘Stone’ series centres on Italy, mixing old with new

New and old have come together for the third edition of Sotheby's 'Stone' series in London, with a combination of works of art and objects made ...

Croatia to display prices in both Kuna and Euro from September 5

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković has announced that from September 5, prices will be displayed in both kunas and euros in the country ...

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