Georgian protesters, Nord Stream whodunnit, Turkish elections and a Franco-British bromance
Who is the Georgian woman who braved the water cannons while brandishing an EU flag? Also, who sabotaged the Nord Stream pipelines? Should we listen to the whispers that a "pro-Ukrainian group" was behind it? Plus, Turkey's Erdogan has fired the starting gun on election season, after widespread accusations that his response to the earthquake was slow and cost lives. Can he hold onto power with an opposition united against him? Finally, there's a blooming Franco-British bromance between PM Rishi Sunak and President Emmanuel Macron with the UK premier at the Élysée Palace this Friday, days after announcing a controversial plan to "stop the boats".
Produced by Alessandro Xenos, Imen Mellaz and Antonia Kerrigan
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