The US leads efforts to create a western alternative to China's New Silk Road project, but the EU is wary of setting up an anti-China coalition. Bernd Riegert reports from Carbis Bay.
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On the second day of the G7 summit, world leaders say they will pledge money to rival China's Belt and Road initiative.
Exiled Belarusian politician Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya has called for tougher sanctions on Alexander Lukashenko's regime.
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England's two warm-up games for Euro 2020 were marred by their fans booing the taking of the knee. Despite a plea by England coach Gareth Southgate, it's an issue that threatens to engulf their tournament.
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Algeria is holding its first parliamentary election since a 2019 uprising. There are 24 million eligible voters, but the women-led Hirak movement is boycotting it, citing repression and "old guard" networks.
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UN officials intercepted over 1,000 migrants in one day off the coast of North Africa attempting a dangerous journey across the Mediterranean Sea towards Europe.
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