Euronews says Twitter has introduced a new policy to crack down on online misinformation about the war in Ukraine and other humanitarian crises.
The Metro says George W Bush accidentally called the Iraq invasion ‘brutal’ and ‘unjustified’ in a very unfortunate ‘Freudian slip’.
Arab News says the UN warned that a growing global food crisis could last years if it goes unchecked, as the World Bank announced $12B to mitigate its “devastating effects.”
Alarming concerns over Russian abuses against Mariupol defenders. Hundreds of Ukrainian fighters had held out for months under relentless bombardment. The US has gathered intelligence
Daily Express says SIX Russian tanks have been pictured submerged in muddy water after a “failed river crossing” in eastern Ukraine.
Daily Mirror says the first Russian soldier on trial for war crimes in Ukraine has pleaded guilty.
Euronews says the first war crimes trial since Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, against a Russian soldier accused of killing an unarmed civilian, gets underway in Kyiv on Wednesday.
Arab News says Ukraine’s military said on Tuesday it was working to evacuate all remaining troops from their last stronghold in the besieged port of Mariupol.
The Ukrainian military’s general staff has said that fighters evacuated from the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol defenders are heroes of our time. In a
Daily Express says VLADIMIR PUTIN has been left red-faced again as a rocket launch that blasted a satellite into orbit has reportedly failed, with the probe tipped to fall back down to Earth.
Daily Express says RUSSIAN frontline soldiers were left stunned after their commander sent them six litres of vodka instead of the reinforcements they had requested.
Euronews says Ukraine’s victory in the Eurovision Song Contest boosted the morale of those still in the war-torn country.
The Metro says Vladimir Putin has suspended his top commander as he looks for people to blame for Russia’s failure in Ukraine, it is believed.
BBC News says Boris Johnson will visit Sweden and Finland to discuss the war in Ukraine, amid debate within both nations about whether to join the Nato alliance.
A CHECHEN unit commander was killed on camera as he was reporting live from a battle in Ukraine.
UKRAINIAN forces have destroyed Russian invaders and their equipment, new footage shows, as the defending military continue to repel Vladimir Putin’s army.
There are fears Vladimir Putin will use today’s massive annual May 9 Russia Victory Day parade, in which Russia celebrates its historic defeat of the Nazis, to declare all-out war on Ukraine and mobilise citizens to sign up to the bloodshed
Arab News says as many as 60 people were feared to have been killed in the Russian bombing of a village school in the eastern Ukrainian region of Luhansk, the regional governor said on Sunday.
Euronews says leaders from the Group of Seven developed democracies pledged Sunday to phase out or ban the import of Russian oil.
Daily Express says VOLODYMYR ZELENSKY is bracing for a possible Belarusian attack as Alexander Lukashenko moves his troops to Ukraine’s north.
The Metro says the EU has unveiled proposals for new sanctions on Russia including a ban on oil imports by the end of this year.
Daily Mirror says Vladimir Putin is likely suffering from early stage dementia while he is being driven insane by paranoia and fear over traitors, a former KGB agent has said.
Israel demands Russia apologise for ‘lie’ that Hitler had Jewish roots, as row over Lavrov comment deepens
The Independent says Israel has chastised Russia and demanded an apology after its foreign minister Sergei Lavrov claimed that German dictator Adolf Hitler had Jewish blood in an effort to justify Moscow’s call to “denazify” Ukraine.
The Guardian says the UK home secretary, Priti Patel, is facing mass legal action over delays that have left thousands of Ukrainians at risk of trauma and Russian bombs, or in limbo in eastern Europe.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson will hail Ukraine’s resistance against tyranny as an exemplar for the world as he delivers a virtual address to the country’s parliament on Tuesday.
Ukrainians hit Russian Oil depot in Bryansk as they take the attack to the Russians on Russian soil. Shelling has hit a village in the
The war in Ukraine has reached its third month and Russian armed forces have used a variety of tactics to invade Ukraine. But Is Russia
Daily Mirror says Britain last night demanded “cancerous growth” Vladimir Putin’s forces are pushed out of all Ukrainian territory – including Crimea, which they invaded eight years ago.
Daily Express says RUSSIA has warned it will “immediately” trigger a response if the UK continues to “provoke” Ukraine into striking targets in Russia.
Russia threatens to strike military targets in Britain in chilling warning over UK supplying weapons to Ukraine
The Sun says RUSSIA has threatened to strike military targets in the UK after Britain supplied weapons to Ukraine.
The Guardian says the war in Ukraine will result in expensive food and energy for the next three years, the World Bank has warned.
France24 says Ex-Soviet Moldova urged citizens to stay calm and stepped up security after a series of blasts in a Russian-backed separatist region raised fears of a spillover from the war in Ukraine.
Russia accuses UK government of provoking attacks on its territory and offers a stern warning to the UK. Russia’s defence ministry said it was ready
Daily Express says WHEN the most powerful tanks in the world were ranked last year, Russia and China’s armoured vehicles came high up the list.
Explosions heard in breakaway Moldovan state bordering Ukraine sparking fears of Russian ruse to spark war
The Sun says FEARS rose of a Russian ruse to spark a war in another European state last night after explosions were heard in a Moldovan breakaway state bordering Ukraine.
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