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Belarusian KGB used fake accounts to stir border tensions with Poland, says Meta

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Belarusian KGB used fake accounts to stir border tensions with Poland, says Meta

Belarusian KGB used fake accounts to stir border tensions with Poland, says Meta

Facebook's parent company also said it had removed dozens of fake Polish accounts that posed as migrants.


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Russia's Putin and Belarus' Lukashenko play hockey after talks [Video]

Russia's Putin and Belarus' Lukashenko play hockey after talks

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko play ice hockey after holding diplomatic talks.

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Migration back to the forefront of EU politics in 2021 [Video]

Migration back to the forefront of EU politics in 2021

Migration once again became a key issue in the bloc in 2021 as thousands gathered on the EU's border with Belarus. Here's a look back.

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Belarus unveils constitutional changes to extend Lukashenko's rule [Video]

Belarus unveils constitutional changes to extend Lukashenko's rule

The amendments will be up for a referendum, scheduled for February 2022, and will be considered approved if more than 50% vote for them, with a turnout threshold at 50%.

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Human pawns: the migrants trapped in a geo-political chess game [Video]

Human pawns: the migrants trapped in a geo-political chess game

In this Witness, Euronews Valerie Gauriat reports from the border between Poland and Belarus, meeting the migrants stuck in a geo-political standoff between Minsk, Warsaw and the rest of the EU.

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Javid insists NHS staff are first in line for Covid tests [Video]

Javid insists NHS staff are first in line for Covid tests

Health secretary Sajid Javid insists NHS staff are being prioritised for Covid testing, despite the British Medical Association and Royal College of Nursing raising concerns over the availability of tests for frontline workers. Report by Chinnianl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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India’s favourite food for 2021| Chicken Rice| Biryani| Dal Makhani| Masala Dosa | Oneindia News [Video]

India’s favourite food for 2021| Chicken Rice| Biryani| Dal Makhani| Masala Dosa | Oneindia News

We Indians love our food, as diverse and vast our culture is, so is our food. From Mughali, to South Indian, to Desi Chinese to Continental, to our very much loved Ghar Ka Khana we love to eat and a tsunami of food vloggers on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram is proof we are a population of total chatoras. No wonder food delivery apps like Zomato and Swiggy are earning in billions as every second thousand of us are ordering something from outside to satisfy our cravings. Swiggy this year came out with a list of food items that were most ordered in the country and also showed what was the most ordered dishes state-wise. So let's take a look at the most ordered dishes in India first. #Food #Indian #ChickenBiryani

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Omicron needs to be taken seriously before it's too late, expert warns [Video]

Omicron needs to be taken seriously before it's too late, expert warns

Epidemiologist Professor Danny Altmann says many people have become blase about the Covid pandemic and urges the public and government to return to the level of seriousness as earlier in the crisis "before it's too late". Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Booster rollout continues amidst rise in infections in capital [Video]

Booster rollout continues amidst rise in infections in capital

Covid vaccination efforts continue at St Thomas' Hospital in London amidst rising infections with the rapid spread of the Omicron variant, prompting 'surge hubs' to be set up at eight hospitals in England on Wednesday. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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NHS cannot afford to lose single nurse, trade union says [Video]

NHS cannot afford to lose single nurse, trade union says

Royal College of Nursing has warned the NHS cannot afford to lose a single nurse after its report found 57% of nursing staff were considering or planning on leaving their current post due to the ongoing pressures of the Covid pandemic. General Secretary Pat Cullen added she was concerned how an "exhausted" workforce were going to manage the new hubs set to be opened in eight hospitals in England amidst rising Covid infections. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Poland Poland Country in Central Europe

Moving nativity scene draws visitors to Polish monastery [Video]

Moving nativity scene draws visitors to Polish monastery

One of the larger moving nativity scenes in Poland was created at famous Jasna Gora Sancturay, south Poland.

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EU takes legal action against Poland over rule-of-law row [Video]

EU takes legal action against Poland over rule-of-law row

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EU takes Poland to court amid fears for bloc's legal order [Video]

EU takes Poland to court amid fears for bloc's legal order

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Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine want stronger sanctions against Russia [Video]

Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine want stronger sanctions against Russia

US intelligence officials say Russia has amassed 70,000 troops near its border with Ukraine and is preparing for a possible invasion early next year. Moscow has denied any intention to attack.

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