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Latvia prime minister's New Unity party wins general election — early results

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Latvia prime minister's New Unity party wins general election — early results

Latvia prime minister's New Unity party wins general election — early results

Krišjānis Kariņš, a strong critic of Vladimir Putin, is favourite to head another coalition government after his party won 19% of the vote with almost all ballots counted.


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A debate is raging in Latvia following a law allowing the demolition of Soviet-era monuments. Do they represent political propaganda or sites of historical importance?

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Russia's first queer museum closes its door after Putin approves anti-LGBTQ laws

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Russian President Vladimir Putin was seen driving a Mercedes across the Crimean Bridge. The said bridge link Russia to the annexed Crimean peninsula. This comes months after an explosion destroyed the key bridge. #VladimirPutin #CrimeanBridge #RussiaUkraineWar

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Vladimir Putin falls down stairs, soils himself at official residence | Oneindia News *International

Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly fell off the stairs at his official Moscow residence this week, causing him to "involuntarily defecate." According to the reports, the 70-year-old fell down five steps before landing on his tailbone. #VladimirPutin #Russia #PutinFalls

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Western countries implement Russian oil price cap as pressure over Ukraine mounts for Putin

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