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  1. The Tocorón prison is now said to be back under government control

  2. The victims were as young as 11 years old and some say they received blackmail threats

  3. Russia and Ukraine traded some of the most intense attacks of the war yesterday, bringing death and destruction - hours after each side had spoken at the United Nations as it celebrated World Peace Day.

  4. General Sir Patrick Sanders, head of the army, has previously complained that the UK is fielding vehicles dating back to the 1960s. He said this was like using "rotary dial telephones in an iPhone age".

  5. Analysis of the life expectancy of Russian soldiers summoned last September following Vladimir Putin's partial mobilisation speech, and subsequently killed, was just four and a half months.

  6. Ukraine has intensified attacks in Crimea against Russia as it battles hard to reclaim the peninsula that was annexed back in 2014.

  7. EXCLUSIVE: As tensions in the contested region of Nagorno-Karabakh continue, one expert says Vladimir Putin will have his eye on destabilising Armenia.

  8. The five suspected spies were arrested by the Metropolitan Police Counter-Terrorism Command in February under the Official Secrets Act.

  9. The former spy claims she studied on the same programme as Russian president Vladimir Putin but says his invasion of Ukraine is "unforgivable".

  10. EXCLUSIVE: Joe Biden and Volodymyr Zelensky are set to meet later today to discuss the war in Ukraine - and one analyst told Daily Express US a game-changing weapon could still be on the table.