In his State of the Nation Address, Lukashenko suggested that Russia would resort to using nuclear weapons if its leadership believed it faced defeat.
Brazilian authorities arrested 15 people and seized assets worth over €80 million, along with more than 17 tonnes of cocaine in a major drug bust on Thursday.
An Austrian newspaper was raided on suspicion of writing flattering articles about the former Austria chancellor in exchange for advertising inserts.
The Turkish parliament was the last of the 30 NATO members to ratify Finland’s membership.
The factory at the origin of an E. coli outbreak which killed two children has failed to recover from the accident and will close following "poor sales."
If convicted of espionage, the US-based reporter could face up to 20 years in prison.
The rare Eternal Pink diamond is to be auctioned. With an estimated value of over €32 million, it could break all records for a single carat.
"If this does not stop, we will soon see an increase also in the total number of nuclear weapons in the world, for the first time since the Cold War.”
Sweden's Foreign Minister denounced the Russian ambassador's "blatant attempt at influence", adding: "Sweden's security policy is determined by Sweden — no one else."
The woman was found to have concealed two weapons under her bra and four in her trousers. Nine other weapons were discovered hidden in a space under the car's dashboard.
Wall Street ended lower on Tuesday: Dow Jones shed 0.12%, the Nasdaq index 0.45% and the S&P 500 index lost 0.16%.
Western UN Security Council members denounced Russia's proposal as an attempt to divert attention away from the war in Ukraine.
Germany has provided Ukraine with the 18 Leopard 2 tanks promised by Olaf Scholz’s government after insistent demands from Kyiv, the weekly Der Spiegel said Monday.
"Whether Putin puts nuclear weapons in Russia or in Belarus, the threat remains the same...Putin is creating the perception that the threat is getting closer."
This should make it easier for the Cape Town-based company, which developed the first African mRNA vaccine against Covid-19, to scale up its production.
Belgium finishes among the worst countries in the world and scores significantly worse than neighbours the Netherlands, France and Germany.
Bordeaux's town hall was set on fire by far-right protestors during the ongoing mobilisation against the French Government's pension reform plans.
Despite an attempt by Macron to calm the widespread anger about the controversial reform, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets.
The ship came loose from its supports while holding at Imperial Dock in Edinburgh.