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Climate change: Greener focus for farm funding popular - poll

The environment campaign group said the research it commissioned was the first of its kind to comprehensively survey residents of rural Wales on the issue. Of the 1,000 people polled, 96% agreed that..
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Ukraine war: Protests in Russian Dagestan region against new draft

By Matt MurphyBBC News Demonstrators in Russia's Dagestan region have clashed with police, in the latest protests to break out against Moscow's new "partial mobilisation". Footage posted to social …..
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Ukraine war: Russia fit use tactical nuclear weapons?

Ukraine war: Russia fit use tactical nuclear weapons..
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Italy votes as far-right Meloni looks for victory

In the Garbatella area of southern Rome - where the Brothers of Italy leader grew up - one voter praised her "strong character", while another said she had cast her ballot to keep the far right out. "..
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Ukraine war: Kyiv forces accused of killing two in Kherson hotel strike

Pro-Kremlin authorities have accused Ukrainian forces of killing two people, including a former MP, in a missile strike on a hotel in occupied Kherson. A regional official said Oleksiy Zhuravko, a p…..
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Ukraine war: Ukraine will treat Russian deserters civilly, Zelensky vows

By Elsa MaishmanBBC News Russian soldiers who surrender to Ukraine will be treated in a "civilised manner", Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said. In his nightly address, Mr Zelensky app…..
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Ukraine war: Putin not bluffing about nuclear weapons, EU says

The EU must take Vladimir Putin's threats he could use nuclear weapons in the conflict in Ukraine seriously, the bloc's foreign policy chief has said. Josep Borrell told the BBC's Lyse Doucet that …..
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Iran protests: Raisi to 'deal decisively' with widespread unrest

By Matt MurphyBBC News Iran's president has vowed to take action against protesters after more than a week of anti-government demonstrations. President Ebrahim Raisi pledged to "deal decisively" wi…..
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US Midterms: Inflation's got her thinking she'd 'vote Trump again'

By Kayla EpsteinBBC News, Pennsylvania Tina Jordan, 55, was "totally against" Donald Trump for president in 2016. A registered Democrat in the crucial swing state of Pennsylvania, she went for Hill…..
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EU 'must take seriously' Putin nuclear threats - Borrell

The EU must not ignore Vladimir Putin's threats that he could use nuclear weapons in the conflict in Ukraine, the bloc's foreign policy chief has said. Josep Borrell told the BBC's Lyse Doucet that…..
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Iran unrest: What's going on with Iran and the internet?

By Shiona McCallumTechnology reporter Activists in Iran are expressing concern about widespread internet outages and residents being unable to access social media. Anger has circulated online after…..
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Ukraine 'referendums': Soldiers go door-to-door for votes in sham polls

By James Waterhouse in Ukraine, Paul Adams and Merlyn Thomas in LondonBBC News Ukrainians have reported armed soldiers going door-to-door in occupied parts of the country to collect votes for sham "…..
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Silvio Berlusconi: Ex-PM defends Russian war on eve of Italian election

By Matt MurphyBBC News Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi has defended Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, saying Russia's leader was "pushed" into the conflict. The 85-year-old said Russian tr…..
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Dozens of migrants killed as boat sinks off Syrian coast

The bodies of 71 migrants have been found after the boat they were travelling in sank off Syria's coast, the health minister has said. Twenty survivors are being treated in a hospital in the Syrian…..
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Palestinian anger at possible UK Jerusalem embassy move

Such a move would be highly controversial. The opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem in 2018 was met with outrage across the Arab world. He described Ms Truss as his "good friend", writing in Hebrew..
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Climate change: Spike in Amazon emissions linked to law enforcement

Last year researchers published data indicating that the eastern part of the forest was being cut down at such a rate that more carbon was being released than absorbed by the trees and vegetation. No..
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Iran headscarf: Raisi says police custody death must be investigated

By Merlyn ThomasBBC News Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has said the death of a woman in police custody must be investigated after it sparked widespread protests. Speaking on a visit to the UN Gen…..
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UK may already be in recession - Bank of England

By Dearbail Jordan & Daniel ThomasBusiness reporters, BBC News The Bank of England has raised interest rates from 1.75% to 2.25% - the highest level for 14 years - and warned the UK may already …..
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Iran: CNN cancels interview with Iranian president over headscarf demand

By Merlyn ThomasBBC News Veteran CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour cancelled an interview with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi after he demanded she wear a headscarf for their meeting in New York. …..
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Tesla ordered to recall more than a million US cars

By Shiona McCallumTechnology reporter Tesla is recalling nearly 1.1 million cars in the US because the windows might close too fast and pinch people's fingers. Documents produced by American regula…..

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Americans Nakashima, Giron reach ATP San Diego Open final

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Brandon Nakashima will face former NCAA champion Marcos Giron in the San Diego Open singles final, an all-Southern California matchup between two friends who are also frequent practic..