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US and Nato tell Russia they will not compromise
Washington says it will not bow to Moscow's security demands on eastern Europe. Also, some of Italy's largest companies have held a controversial video conference with Vladimir Putin, amid the escalating tensions over Ukraine; and conservationists have discovered hundreds of new species in South East Asia.
Kurdish forces retake Syrian prison
Kurdish led Syrian Democratic Forces say they have retaken a prison attacked by IS militants. IS overran the jail and tried to free the prisoners, some of whom are hundreds of children. Also, Thailand and Saudi Arabia end a 30-year row over a scandal involving stolen jewels; and why Disney has been criticised over a remake of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Could President Putin face personal sanctions over Ukraine stand-off?
The West ratchets up warnings to Russia against invading Ukraine. The International Monetary Fund is downbeat about global economic growth citing inflation and the pandemic. Also: Plans to criminalise medical treatments that try to restore the appearance of virginity.
British police to investigate lockdown parties at PM's official residence
Boris Johnson welcomes the investigation. But a spokesperson says the prime minister does not believe he has broken any coronavirus laws. Also, Russia accuses the US of stoking tensions over Ukraine, and one of the most remote museums in the world reopens.
US troops on high alert over Ukraine
The Pentagon says 8,500 combat-ready US troops are on high alert to deploy at short notice amid rising tension over Ukraine. Also, the army in Burkina Faso says it has removed President Roch Kabore from office, and the penguins highlighting climate change in Antarctica.
Ukraine crisis: Nato sends more planes and ships to Eastern Europe
Nato says it's to reinforce its defences, and for the purposes of deterrence. The Kremlin has accused Nato of escalating tensions. Also: reports from Burkina Faso say the president has been detained by the military; and Julian Assange wins the right to ask the British Supreme Court to block his extradition to the US.
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