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Europe · Berlin

West mulls having Russian oligarchs buy way out of sanctions

49% Center coverage: 16 sources
Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland proposed the idea at a G-7 finance ministers' meeting in Germany last week. Freeland raised the issue after oligarchs spoke to her about it, one official said. European Union officials have talked about the need to look at different and new avenues of confiscating assets.See the Story
Europe · Ankara

Turkey in talks with Russia, Ukraine over grain-export corridor

Coverage: 9 sources
Turkey is in negotiations with Russia and Ukraine to open a corridor via the Bosphorus for grain exports from Ukraine. Russia's central bank lowers its key interest rate to 11% and says it sees room for more cuts this year. Russia is trying to take full control of the Donbas, comprised of two eastern provinces Moscow claims on behalf of separatists.See the Story
Erdogan · Paris

Macron urges Turkey to respect ‘sovereign choice’ of Finland, Sweden on NATO

50% Right coverage: 8 sources
French President Emmanuel Macron asked his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday to "respect the sovereign choice" of Finland and Sweden to join NATO. He was hoping to avoid Ankara vetoing their requests to join the trans-Atlantic defence pact. Turkey warned Wednesday that the NATO accession process for Sweden and Finland would not move forward unless they addressed Ankara's security concerns.See the Story
Erdogan · Ankara

What Turkey's Erdogan could gain in NATO debate

56% Center coverage: 9 sources
Turkey is pushing for long-sought demands that Sweden crack down on entities that Ankara says are linked to the Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK. Turkey is seeking the extradition of wanted terror suspects from Finland and Sweden. Turkey has carried out three major incursions into Syria since 2016 that have strained its relations with the United States.See the Story
Europe · Donetsk

Ukraine aerial video shows massive Russian shelling: "What the largest and most horrific war of the 21st century looks like"

Coverage: 2 sources
The video shows a series of rocket blasts hitting targets near Novomykhailivka, in the Donetsk region. "This is what largest and most horrific war of the 21st century looks like," the Ministry of Defense said. Russian forces continued to press their offensive in several parts of the eastern Donbas region.See the Story
Alexander Lukashenko · Ukraine

Lukashenko stations troops on the border with Ukraine and says that Europe and NATO have entered “a global confrontation with Russia”

Lukashenko created a new military command that will be next to Ukraine. “We must act in the face of the fact that the level of military threats to Belarus will increase in the future,” he explained.See the Story
NATO · Ukraine

Media: NATO members informally agree not to supply Ukraine with aircraft and tanks

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
NATO members have informally agreed not to supply weapons to Ukraine, German Press Agency reports. Russia could see the delivery of Western tanks and combat aircraft as entering the war and take retaliatory measures, German newspaper Die Zeit reports. Go to the source of this news See our news digest.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Attribution is key to holding cyber criminals accountable

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
As Russian cyber threats continue to evolve amid the war in Ukraine, cyber experts are urging NATO to take authoritative steps to combat state-sponsored hackers, including attributing the actors behind the attacks. See the Story
Erdogan · Turkey

Lawmakers wary that Turkey is 'playing double game' in NATO, arms negotiations

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Congressional lawmakers are increasingly wary Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is 'playing a double game' as he looks to negotiate over NATO securitySee the Story

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