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Russian court orders arrest of journalist Ovsyannikova
Ovsyannikova has already fled Russia, her lawyer said this week, after refusing to observe house arrest measures to which she had been subjected
Exchanged 'sweet letters' with Putin: Italy's Berlusconi
The former Italian prime minister created a storm last month when he said Putin had been pushed into the war in Ukraine and wanted to put 'decent people' in charge of Kyiv
UK not asking people to use less energy: minister
The National Grid's warning on possible power cuts was based on a worst case scenario, if Britain is unable to import electricity from Europe
Russian TV protester confirms she has gone on the run
Russian TV journalist Marina Ovsyannikova, famous for staging an on-air protest against Russia's war in Ukraine, confirmed she had escaped house arrest
UK PM Truss had to change gear for queen
She is attending services of reflection across the country with King Charles, determined to strike the right tone in her first days in power
Pope urges halt to 'world war'
Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, the pope has on several occasions condemned the conflict, while at the same time holding back on direct criticism of Vladimir Putin
Zelensky warns of hard winter
European leaders sought to ease the impact of high energy prices across the continent, after Ukrainian president warned of a difficult winter
Gorbachev’s funeral to take place on Saturday
The service will be open to the public and Gorbachev will then be buried at Moscow's Novodevichy Cemetery
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