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New heatwave grips Spanish capital
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Pride celebration returns to Madrid after two-year hiatus due to COVID-19
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Traditional high heels race for Madrid's LGBTQ Pride
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Ukraine’s Klitschko brothers lobby NATO at Madrid summit
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Biden Endorses Ending Senate Filibuster to Codify Reproductive Rights
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PM: UK to spend 2.5% of GDP on defence by 2030
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UK promises extra £1bn of military aid to Ukraine
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US Announces Plan To Increase Military Presence Across Europe
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NATO summit: Joe Biden says US boosting forces across Europe over Russian threat
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Ukrainian MP: ‘Russia will never win this war’
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PM welcomes Sweden and Finland to NATO
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Boris Johnson meets Dutch PM Mark Rutte
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Dominic Raab’s bizarre wink at Angela Rayner at PMQs
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PM meets Turkish president Erdoğan at NATO Summit
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Ian Blackford makes case for Scottish independence at PMQs
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PM stands between Biden and Erdoğan for NATO photo
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NATO: PM welcomes Turkey’s U-turn on Sweden and Finland
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Ben Wallace calls for greater defence spending from 2024
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Boris Johnson meets Australian PM at NATO Summit
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Ukraine facing 'brutality' unseen in Europe since WW2, says NATO chief before Madrid summit
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PM arrives in Spain for Nato summit
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Thousands protest against NATO ahead of key Madrid summit
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Parts of Europe sizzle in heat wave
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Art tackles climate: exhibitions in London, Madrid comment on state of the planet
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World Indoor Tour: Grant Holloway breaks Colin Jackson's 60m hurdles recordAmerican Grant Holloway breaks the indoor 60m hurdles world record at the final World Indoor Tour event in Madrid, Spain.
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