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Putin’s choice: Hot war or a deeply frozen conflict

Press play to listen to this article Top United States officials say they are worried Russia is aiming to heat things up in Ukraine, with...

Views collide as Blinken, Lavrov discuss Ukraine

It was less a matter of differences than seemingly irreconcilable realities as the U.S. and Russia’s top diplomats clashed over Ukraine on Thursday. While...

OMG it’s Omicron — China’s EU strategy — Amnesty’s Agnès Callamard

This week: the Omicron variant and its impact on Europe’s coronavirus response, our editor-in-chief on China’s approach to Europe and Amnesty International’s boss on...

Busting the Merkel Myth

Press play to listen to this article BERLIN — In an age of us-versus-them politics, soon-to-be ex-German Chancellor Angela Merkel might be the only prominent...

Turkey should adopt the euro

Asli Karahan-Ay is the chief investment officer of Lioness Capital. NEW YORK — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s “unorthodox” economic policies have caused a train...

From outsider to official: Italy’s 5Stars will finally become political party

ROME — Born as an anti-establishment protest group, the 5Star Movement is set to formally transition into a political party after members voted to...

Olaf Scholz wants mandatory coronavirus vaccination for Germans by February

Germany's incoming Chancellor Olaf Scholz is in favor of introducing mandatory coronavirus vaccination for all Germans as early as February, an official close to...

France accuses UK employers of ‘quasi-modern slavery’ amid Channel migrant crisis

French Europe Minister Clément Beaune on Monday accused the U.K. of "an economic model of, sometimes, quasi-modern slavery" amid the ongoing migrant crisis in...

Germany’s Scholz plans early December visit to Macron

Germany's incoming chancellor, Olaf Scholz, will make his first state visit to France to meet French President Emmanuel Macron, an official close to Scholz...

Priti Patel: UK isn’t ‘heartless’ for trying to curb Channel crossings

LONDON — The U.K. should not be considered “heartless” for introducing tough policies against the arrival of undocumented migrants on dinghies across the English Channel,...
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Sunday with Claudia Schiffer: ‘Wine, cheese and a game of cards is my winter favourite’

What does Sunday feel like? Calmness. I wake up naturally, no alarm. Monday to Friday, I’m up at 7am to make breakfast and do...

Finland is the world’s happiest nation – and I want to keep it that way, says prime minister

Equality, a well-funded education system and a strong welfare state are the secret to the success of the world’s happiest nation, according to Finland’s...

How Young broke an unbreakable defense, secured a playoff spot and won a Heisman

1:00 AM ETChris LowESPN Senior Writer Close College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of the University of TennesseeATLANTA -- The last one...