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The US has given Russia its written responses to a set of security demands by Moscow over Ukraine and NATO amid fears President Putin's troops could invade the country.
They are taking the latest twists and turns in the diplomatic crisis over Ukraine in their stride here in the country's capital.
The UK is considering sending hundreds more troops to bolster NATO's flank in eastern Europe ahead of any potential Russian invasion of Ukraine, Sky News understands.
Boris Johnson's parliamentary assistant contacted a private charter company in the hope of securing a plane to transport animals and staff during the evacuation of Afghanistan, telling them that her boss was keen, Sky News understands.
Kurdish-led forces have taken full control of al-Sina'a prison in Syria's north-eastern city of Hasaka, ending a week-long assault by extremists on the detention facility.
With a soldier on board, we were given directions to drive off main roads and along snow-covered tracks to a desolate spot and await further instructions.
American citizens in Ukraine are being urged to consider leaving because of the "increased threat of Russian military action".
The head of America's central bank has declared there is "quite a lot of room to raise interest rates" as it stepped closer to a March hike.
The long-awaited return of the Jamaican four-man bobsleigh team to the Winter Olympics is being jeopardised by a delay in the team receiving their official accreditation.