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- Viral videos, stoicism and stockpiling on Ukraine’s uneasy borderson January 26, 2022
With an estimated 100,000 Russian soldiers now on Ukraine's border, what do Ukrainians make of it all?
- Ukraine: US could sanction Putin personally if Russia invades, Biden sayson January 26, 2022
US president Joe Biden says an invasion would have "enormous consequences" for the world.
- Is Russia preparing to invade Ukraine? And other questionson January 26, 2022
What you need to know about Russia's troop build-up along Ukraine's borders.
- Message in a bottle from Scottish girl found in Norway after 25 yearson January 26, 2022
The bottle Joanna Buchan dropped in the sea at Peterhead when she was eight has washed up in Norway.
- Why Italy's new president could make or break economyon January 26, 2022
Foreign investors are hoping for a candidate who will ensure political stability.
- Covid: Netherlands to ease restrictions despite rising case numberson January 25, 2022
Dutch hospitality venues, including bars and restaurants, have been closed since 18 December.
- Turkey: Airport warehouse roof collapses in snowstormon January 25, 2022
Heavy snowfall across parts of Turkey has caused an airport warehouse roof to collapse.
- Ukraine: What is Nato and why doesn't Russia trust it?on January 25, 2022
Nato countries are trying to help Ukraine in the face of a possible Russian invasion.
- Lisa Smith 'enveloped herself in the black flag' of Islamic Stateon January 25, 2022
Lisa Smith pleads not guilty to charges of membership of the organisation and providing it funds.
- Ukraine tensions: Nato is not a threat to Russia - Estonian PM Kallason January 25, 2022
Russia does not get to determine who is part of the alliance, Prime Minister Kaja Kallas tells the BBC.
- Ukraine: 'I should be ready to defend the country'on January 25, 2022
Marta is getting military training for a possible Russian invasion, but says she doesn't want war.
- Ukraine: How will we know if war has started?on January 25, 2022
Speculation is rife about when Putin might strike but maybe hostilities already started, writes Jonathan Marcus.
- How Covid disinformation has fuelled attacks on Czech doctorson January 25, 2022
Knowing how to deal with aggressive patients has become even more important during the pandemic.
- Ros Atkins On... Ukraine tensionson January 24, 2022
As US troops are placed on high alert, Ros Atkins looks at the causes behind the tension on Ukraine's border.
- German Covid protests turn nasty in row over rules and vaccinationson January 24, 2022
Tens of thousands of Germans take to the streets every week and politicians are being targeted.
- Sex trafficking: Children groomed in Romania sent to UKon January 24, 2022
BBC correspondent Jean Mackenzie finds children as young as 10 are being groomed in Romania, to be trafficked to the UK.
- Covid: Clashes at Belgium protest against restrictionson January 23, 2022
A rally sees violent exchanges in Brussels as tens of thousands marched against Covid restrictions.
- Ukraine crisis: Long journey home to rebel-run Donetskon January 22, 2022
One resident returns to their home city in rebel-held east Ukraine, as tensions with Russia rise.
- French elections: Divided left fight doomed race of their ownon January 21, 2022
For the first time in living memory there is no left-wing candidate challenging for the presidency.
- Kazakhstan unrest: 'If you protest again, we'll kill you'on January 21, 2022
Activists in Kazakhstan say they are being arrested and beaten as police crack down after unrest.
- The woman dressing as a household item every day in Januaryon January 20, 2022
Taryn de Vere has gained global attention for outfits including pot noodle and curry powder.
- Dutch Covid rules: Museums and orchestras stage haircut proteston January 19, 2022
The Dutch cultural sector takes on rules that keep museums and music venues shut but salons open.