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Six elephants die at waterfall in attempt to save calf that fell
"We understand that the elephants were trying to cross over to the other side of the river," a local official said.
Trump attacks 'pompous' Mitt Romney after senator's rebuke
Pope Francis adds 13 like-minded cardinals to Catholic hierarchy
Five more killed as Iraqi forces shoot anti-government protestors
Police and medical reports suggest the number of people killed in recent days during protests against corruption and unemployment is at least 81.
Bernie Sanders to go home Saturday as he recovers from heart attack
The 78-year-old senator was hospitalized Tuesday in Nevada after experiencing chest pains.
Outcry as US diplomat's spouse leaves Britain after fatal crash
Part of Leo Tolstoy's 'War & Peace' leaves Russia for first time
It's widely regarded as one of the finest novels ever written on humankind’s conflicting desires to fight and live together.
Pompeo condemns Turkey over 'unacceptable' drilling in Cypriot waters
Watch: How should education be adapted to equip tomorrow’s workforce?
Fundamental change is needed to help children learn the skills needed to meet transformations in the way we work, a panel moderated by Euronews has heard.
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China launches satellite that can photograph every metre of ground
China has successfully launched an observation satellite from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center
Māori rite marks 250th anniversary of Cook's New Zealand landing
North Korea and US resume nuclear talks in bid to end stalemate
An isolated conference centre on the outskirts of Stockholm was the setting on Saturday for the US and North Korea to resume nuclear talks.
Paris police killer followed 'radical vision of Islam before attack'
In the weeks leading up to the attack, he had adopted an increasingly radicalised behaviour, the prosecutor said, justifying the terror attacks on Charlie Hebdo newspaper that left 12 dead in Paris in 2015, trading his clothes for traditional religious ones and stopping to have contact with women.
Poland to join U.S. visa waiver program after decades-long campaign
Many of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters defy face ban
After a night of unrest, protesters return to the city's streets, this time peacefully.
New UK proposals 'do not provide a basis' for Brexit deal, says EU
"Member States agreed that the UK proposals do not provide a basis for concluding an agreement."
France's vineyards grapple with grape thieves at harvest time
In the heart of Burgundy's most prestigious vineyards, security forces patrol day and night during harvest time to deter grape thieves.
Kosovo: What you need to know about the country's snap elections
'Money and Power': Fearing an undercount, states and cities pour millions into 2020 census
The Census Bureau has given assurances that it is "on track, on budget and on time." But critics don't buy it.
Mexicans sing to pay respects to beloved crooner Jose Jose
People gathered in Mexico City to pay tribute to their beloved native crooner Jose Jose in the best way they knew how — by singing along to his ballads.
The death toll has surged to 73 in Iraq's week-long protests
Clinton kept his party with him to stop impeachment. Trump's approach is different.
Analysis: The 42nd president showed contrition. The current Oval Office occupant rarely does.
Rockets owner distances team from GM's support for Hong Kong protests
Tilman Fertitta was responding to a now-deleted post by Morey which contained an image that read: "Fight For Freedom. Stand With Hong Kong."
'A very dark day': Hong Kong settles into uneasy calm after night of violence
In a televised address, Chief Executive Carrie Lam defended Friday's move to invoke emergency powers in an effort to quell the growing unrest.
Pope Francis set for synod on challenges facing the Amazon
He has summoned bishops, laypeople and indigenous groups to join him in discussing the environmental and sacramental challenges facing the region.
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Portugal elections: the end of the 'contraption' coalition?
Tea and sympathy: Women in Sicily use traditions to brew unity amid migrant crisis
"Integration comes through simple gestures, such as sitting next to each other while sharing food and good conversations over a hot cup," said the founder of the group.
Ten people dead after minibus collides with truck in Romania
Ten people died and seven others were injured in a road accident in Romania on Saturday, AFP reported quoting Romanian police.
NASA announces 'spacewalk bonanza,' including first all-female outing
The space agency is planning an ambitious schedule of 10 spacewalks over the next three months.