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Another night of violence has unfolded in Georgia as police have fired tear gas and stun grenades at protesters opposing a so-called “Russian law”. The “foreign agents” bill would require organisations that receive more than 20% of their funding from abroad to register as agents of foreign influence. Georgian critics say the bill is inspired
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An Israeli ground offensive in Rafah is “on the immediate horizon”, the UN’s aid chief has warned, as Benjamin Netanyahu reaffirmed that his forces “will enter” the southern Gaza city. Martin Griffiths said in a statement on X on Tuesday the threatened attack would “spell even more trauma and death” for those in the city
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Ireland is pledging emergency legislation enabling it to send asylum seekers back to the UK. More than 80% of recent arrivals in the republic came via the land border with Northern Ireland, Irish justice minister Helen McEntee told a parliamentary committee last week. Rishi Sunak told Sky News it showed the UK’s Rwanda scheme was
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