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Yuliya Talmazan

Yuliya Talmazan is a London-based journalist.

Yuliya Talmazan is a London-based journalist.

Latest from Yuliya Talmazan

3h ago

The push to make 'ecocide' an international crime takes a big step forward

A proposed definition of "ecocide" aims to add mass environmental destruction to the list of crimes the International Criminal Court can prosecute.
8d ago

Denmark's Christian Eriksen says he is 'fine' after on-field cardiac arrest

“Now, I will cheer on the boys on the Denmark team in the next matches,” Eriksen wrote from a hospital bed.
8d ago

Putin dismisses criticism of hacking and internal crackdowns ahead of Biden summit

In an exclusive interview with NBC News, Putin claimed nearly all condemnations of Russia should apply equally to the U.S. and the West.
13d ago

UEFA 2020: Ukraine told to remove 'political' slogan from soccer jersey after Russia outrage

The slogan "Glory to the heroes!" should be removed from the shirt, UEFA said in a statement.
13d ago

Russian court rules Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's groups are 'extremist'

The Moscow City Court's action is part of a sweeping crackdown on Navalny and his Foundation for Fighting Corruption.
16d ago

Ukraine's new Euro 2020 jersey sparks outrage in Russia

“They will be fighting for the whole of Ukraine,” the head of the country's Football Association said.
17d ago

Economy or environment? Cruise ship's return divides Venice

“We are a very fragile city, a very unique city, and so we can’t adapt the city to the cruise ships," said protest organizer Tommaso Cacciari.
17d ago

Woman hit in face as 8 injured in New Orleans mass shooting

A woman was in critical condition with a gunshot wound to her face, police said.
19d ago

U.S. soldiers mistakenly raid vegetable oil factory in Bulgaria

“We sincerely apologize to the business and its employees,” the U.S. Army said in a statement. “We always learn from these exercises and are fully investigating the cause of this mistake.”
20d ago

Canada pressured to find all unmarked Indigenous graves after children's remains are found

Lawmakers and First Nations groups are calling for all former residential schools across Canada to be examined for signs of unmarked graves.

Cargo ship sinks off Sri Lanka after weeks on fire, sparking fears of environmental disaster

The Singapore-flagged X-Press Pearl has already covered the country's coastline in tons of plastic pellets and threatens to spill oil into its rich fishing waters.