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Scientists drill over 2km through West Antarctica ice for first time
For the first time, scientists in West Antarctica have drilled 2km through the ice sheet to the sediment below. The experiment, which uses hot water, is aimed at finding out how the region might respond to a warming climate.
Mongolians win 'Ice Sculpture World Cup' in Italy
A Mongolian group of ice sculptors win the 4th edition of "Snow Art" contest
Russia warns U.S. against military intervention in Venezuela
"Venezuela is friendly to us and is our strategic partner," Vladimir Putin's deputy foreign minister said. "We have supported them and will support them."
Harmful chemicals found in babies' nappies
Dozens of potentially harmful chemicals have been found in nappies following French tests.
“It's easier not to have a menu”
Sustainability in the kitchen: our interview with Chef Jacky Ribault from L’Ours.
Kim Jong Un says Trump sent him a 'great' letter
Satellite footage indicates North Korea is still running its main nuclear complex, raising questions about whether its commitment to denuclearization.
Twitter account that amplified D.C. video appears linked to California teacher
The account appears to be run by a woman who used a fake profile photo, tweeted criticism of President Donald Trump and sold teaching materials online.
Watch again: European issues on the agenda at special Davos discussion
The panel discussed what reforms are needed for the EU to be more effective.
Behind the scenes at Davos
Sasha Vakulina takes you into the corridors where the global elites do their thing.
Italy: stop messing in others' affairs. France: mind your own business
A French minister tells Euronews that Italy's politicians should focus on making Europe stronger, not attacking their neighbours.
Why the 2020 Democratic primary could turn into 'Lord of the Flies'
Top party insiders see a real possibility that superdelegates could play a role at a brokered convention.
Taking a tumble: Man United no longer kings of football's rich list
The two Spanish giants are back at the top of the money league.
Backlash over Turkish restaurant's anti-Brexit message | The Cube
A Turkish restaurant has received threats and abuse after printing anti-Brexit messages at the bottom of its receipts
Democracy can't work if people are being duped, says Jimmy Wales
Wikipedia founder issues warning on fake news around votes.
British restaurant owner defiant amid abuse over anti-Brexit receipts
The owner of a London restaurant that hit headlines for printing anti-Brexit messages at the bottom of its receipts says he will not be deterred by threats.
Catholic student in D.C. march explains 'smirking' at activist
"I see it as a smile, saying that this is the best you're going to get out of me," said Nick Sandmann in an exclusive "Today" interview.
BuzzFeed to lay off up to 15 percent of its staff
BuzzFeed announced it would be cutting 15 percent of its workforce, or around 200 employees.
Trump says he will not give State of the Union until government shutdown is over
"I am not looking for an alternative venue for the SOTU Address," the president tweeted.
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Explained: the contentious name dispute between Greece & FYR Macedonia
All you need to know to understand the highly-controversial name dispute between FYR Macedonia and Greece.
Europe briefing: Five stories to know about today
Here is our round-up of key stories from across Europe so far today.
Florida official reprimanded for comments about Rep. Rashida Tlaib
The Hallandale city commission voted to formally apologize for past racial harm and to attend cultural sensitivity training.
What the State of the Union reveals about the Trump-Pelosi power struggle
Analysis: The latest brawl has implications reaching far beyond the annual address, the border wall or the government shutdown.