The foreign ministers of Germany and China discussed possible EU sanctions on companies found trading with Russia, particularly in potential military components. Annalena Baerbock said the aggressor in the conflict, Russia, should not be dealt with on the same terms as the victim, Ukraine.
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Germany's foreign minister has said it is time to ring in the end of the fossil fuel age, and to introduce targets for renewables for the next COP climate change summit. Annalena Baerbock was speaking at the Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin.
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Ukraine claims its soldiers have retaken a further one square kilometre area around Bakhmut as fierce fighting continues in the city. On Sunday morning, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy arrived in Berlin for talks a day after Germany pledged billions of euros worth of new weapons to Ukraine.
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Days after claiming full control of the war-ravaged city of Bakhmut, Russia’s Wagner mercenary group has started withdrawing fighters from the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut, leader Yevgeny Prigozhin said. "We are withdrawing the units from Bakhmut. From today at five in the morning, May 25 until June 1, most of the units will rebase to camps in the rear. We are handing our positions to the military," Prigozhin announced.
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Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick says net migration is “far too high” after newly published figures for 2022 showed around 606,000 more people are estimated to have moved to the UK than have left. The Office for National Statistics said factors contributing to relatively high levels of immigration over the past 18 months include people coming to the UK from non-EU countries for work, study, and for humanitarian purposes, including those arriving from Ukraine and Hong Kong. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Former Pakistan PM and PTI Chief Imran Khan added to no-fly list; Guinea’s suppression of protests stokes anger against military; Germany, world's fourth largest economy, enters Recession; Wagner Group starts withdrawing from Bakhmut
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A recent increase in the number of migrants from Africa and the Middle East attempting to enter Poland has sparked concerns in neighbouring Germany – causing some to call for a reintroduction of controls along the countries' shared border.
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Earlier this month, the General Court of the European Union also struck down a 6 billion financial aid package Germany had granted Lufthansa during the pandemic. both cases have been brought forward by competitor Ryanair.
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