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Support for Andrzej Duda, who is running for a second term as Poland's president, has fallen in recent weeks.
Unreported Europe travels to Amsterdam to meet the sex workers struggling to survive under lockdown.
Since the death of his twin brother in a 2010 plane crash, Kaczynski has been the main force behind the Polish nationalist right. But is his influence beginning to wane?
From disinfecting Dubai's streets with drones to sanitizing gates, Sci-tech explores some of the innovative technological solutions being employed in the UAE to combat COVID-19.
Campaigners are calling for restraint in the use of teargas after riot control agents have been used extensively in protests globally.
Friends of the Earth says the government was offering a 'free pass' for the Norwegian energy industry, a major part of the country's economy
This construction technology could be part of a climate change solution.
Lebanese-born Abdel-Halim Caracalla created the Caracalla Dance Theatre during an era when pursuing a career in the expressive arts was not the norm.
Bordering Algeria, poverty and unemployment in Tunisia’s Kasserine Mountains has gone some way towards nurturing young recruits for extremism. Hip hop dancing, however, has emerged as a new way to potentially combat militant recruitment.
He died after he was shot by armed officers on Friday. Six other people are in hospital, including a police officer, who is in a "critical but stable condition".
"I have to do my job and protect Denmark's interest," Mette Frederiksen wrote on Facebook, praising her "amazing man" for being patient.
In this episode of Judo Values, three judokas past and present talk about the principle of politeness and why it is so integral both in competition and life.
A designer has created a series of biodegradable burial garments to make funerals more eco-friendly.
Liverpool have won their first title in 30 years.