· Germany to lift travel warning for Europe from June 15 →
Germany still has a travel warning in place for Turkey, Ukraine and the Western Balkans.
· Senior official of Libya's GNA arrives in Russia for talks →
Across the Wagner Group, personnel are predominantly Russian, but also include citizens of Belarus, Moldova, Serbia and Ukraine, the UN report said.
· Russian firm, French far-right party settle $10m debt dispute →
News of the lending sparked concerns the Kremlin had thrown its weight behind Le Pen's party, which is critical of Western sanctions imposed on Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis.
· Coronavirus: Travel restrictions, border shutdowns by country →
The government further expanded flight restrictions on March 21 to a total of 68 countries, including Angola, Austria, Azerbaijan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Cameroon, Canada, Chad, Czechia, China, Colombia, Djibouti, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Finland, France, Germany, Guatemala, Georgia, Hungary, India, Italy, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kosovo, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Montenegro, Mongolia, Morocco, Moldova, Mauritania, Nepal, Niger, Norway, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Oman, the Philippines, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Taiwan, Tunisia, Uzbekistan, United Arab Emirates, the UK and Ukraine.
· Impunity and annexation: 'Israel has its cake and eats it too' →
The international community had shown previously it is capable of responding to illegal annexations when it quickly imposed economic sanctions and diplomatic measures after Russia captured and annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014.
· Australia's human rights: Nation-building more than symbolic acts →
It guaranteed Ukraine territorial integrity and security in exchange for its nuclear arsenal.
· Australian CEOs, business leaders call out racism as protests engulf US →
The chief executive of exchange traded funds provider Betashares, Alex Vynokur, grew up in Soviet Ukraine and said he had first-hand experience of living in an oppressive society.
· Ukraine's Karpaty in quarantine following positive COVID-19 tests →
REUTERS: Ukraine Premier League side Karpaty have been quarantined for at least two weeks and have had all training sessions cancelled after several players and coaching staff contracted the novel coronavirus, the Lviv club said.
· Hungary haunted by post-WWI 'dismemberment', 100 years on →
Many new dual citizens in non-EU members Serbia and Ukraine meanwhile have used their Hungarian passports to emigrate to Hungary or richer western Europe rather than stay home.
· EU says Russia should not yet rejoin G7, despite Trump plan →
Russia was suspended in 2014 from the then G8 following its invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea.