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4.000 personas evacuadas por el incendio en Tenerife

Incendio en un parque nacional de montaña en Tenerife ya ha quemado 6.425 hectáreasUnas 4.000 personas se han visto obligadas a evacuar la zona a causa del incendio que se ha producido en tenerife (España). El fuego se ha extendido a un parque nacional montañoso y ha quemado un área de 6.425 hectáreas.Los bomberos continúan con sus esfuerzos para controlar el fuego, que ha afectado áreas de vegetación baja y bosques en cañones escarpados. El fuego ha bloqueado el acceso a la zona y ha cubierto gran parte de la isla con nubes de humo y ceniza.

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Days of fury and hearth in France

Emmanuel Macron has canceled a planned trip to Germany to deal with the biggest crisis of his presidency to date. A social explosion has erupted across France, with demonstrations, riots, fires and mass arrests. Concerts, Pride marches, school plays and other events have been suspended after five days of anger and violence. The young protesters, who make up the majority, express their anger at the death of a 17-year-old boy by police bullets. The victim’s mother’s statement that she sees only the policeman responsible did not prevent the social explosion. Thousands of cars and shops have been burned, and more than 1,300 protesters have been arrested. Macron, who tried to calm down by attending an Elton John concert on the second night of the incidents, is facing a backlash from the public. The government and security authorities are trying to prevent a repeat of the events of 2005. That year, the deaths of two teenagers who were hidden by police led to three weeks of intense unrest and the declaration of a state of emergency. The reflection on the French identity Going back to 2005 brings to mind the reflection on French identity. 18 years ago, we were again talking…

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Ukraine conflict: Put values over income, Nato chief tells nations

ReutersThe war in Ukraine has highlighted how countries need to put values before profits, Nato's chief has warned. Jens Stoltenberg said it had shown "how economic relations with authoritarian regimes can create vulnerabilities". His speech at ..

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Ukraine war: World faces ‘dark hour’, Biden tells Quad summit

Getty ImagesThe world is "navigating a dark hour in our shared history" with Russia's invasion of Ukraine, US President Joe Biden told key Asian allies. The war has now become a "global issue" underscoring the importance of defending internation..

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Ukraine war: Russia’s jailed Navalny attacks invasion as judge rejects appeal

This video can not be played To play this video you need to enable JavaScript in your browser.Russia's prominent jailed opposition figure Alexei Navalny has lost an appeal against a nine-year prison term, but not before launching a scathing atta..

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Ukraine war: US fully backs Sweden and Finland Nato bids – Biden

Getty ImagesPresident Joe Biden has said Sweden and Finland have the "full, total, complete backing" of the US in their historic decision to apply for Nato membership. Both countries submitted their applications this week to be part of the defence a..

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Ukrainian widow confronts Russian soldier accused of killing her husband

EPAIn the very first days of this invasion a 62-year-old unarmed civilian was shot dead on a village street outside his Ukrainian home. His name was Oleksandr Shelipov. Three months later and the captured Russian soldier accused of killing him is in ..

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Russian McDonald’s buyer to rebrand restaurants

This video can not be played To play this video you need to enable JavaScript in your browser.McDonald's has found a local buyer for its Russian business, after the war in Ukraine pushed it to quit the country. Alexander Govor, who currently ope..

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Ukraine war: Putin warns Finland joining Nato would be ‘mistake’

Getty ImagesRussian President Vladimir Putin has warned his Finnish counterpart that joining Nato and abandoning Finland's neutral status would be a "mistake". He told Sauli Niinistö there was no threat to Finland's security. The exchange c..

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Bloody river battle was third in three days – Ukraine official

Ukrainian Airborne Forces CommandA failed river crossing where a Russian battalion lost almost all its armoured vehicles was the third such attack in three days, a Ukrainian army official has told the BBC. Serhiy Hayday, head of the Luhansk Regional ..

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Ukraine begins first war crimes trial of Russian soldier

ReutersUkraine has started its first war crimes trial since the beginning of Russia's invasion, with a 21-year-old soldier appearing in the dock accused of killing an unarmed civilian. Vadim Shishimarin appeared at a preliminary hearing in Kyiv..

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Putin says Russia fighting for motherland in Ukraine in Victory Day speech

This video can not be played To play this video you need to enable JavaScript in your browser.Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russian forces in Ukraine were fighting for the future of their motherland, in his annual address marking victory over..

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