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Why is Bulgaria engulfed in daily anti-government protests?
Catalonia asks millions to 'stay at home' amid COVID-19 surge
EU countries threaten sanctions against foreign interference in Libya
Yangtze river floods prompt massive evacuations in central China
Critics blame the disaster on rampant overdevelopment and poor water conservancies policies.
COVID-19: Footvolley returns to Rio as Australia suspends parliament
New Press Museum in Vietnam skirts round thorny issues
But the Hanoi Museum doesn't appear to address questions about contemporary media freedom, as Vietnam ranks only 175th out of 180 nations in Journalists’ Without Borders press freedom league table
London policemen sanctioned after 'disturbing' arrest on black man
Russia: Thousands protest against arrest of Khabarovsk region governor
Rome honours Oscar-winning soundtrack composer Ennio Morricone
The City Council voted to rename one of its concert halls after Morricone as his soundtrack to the film Once Upon A Time in America was played.
Coronavirus: Where are infection rates surging in Europe?
Stringent health measures ahead of EU summit on COVID-19 recovery plan
Firefighters battle fire at Nantes cathedral
Russia: Huge rallies after arrest of 'people’s governor' Sergei Furgal
Tens of thousands are protesting in the country's far east after the arrest of Sergei Furgal arrest amid charges of involvement in multiple murders. He got elected governor of the Khabarovsk region in 2018 after defeating the Kremlin-backed incumbent.
EU Summit: Talks are 'deadlocked' says Italy's Conte
UK weather radar confuses insect swarms for rain
A swarm of ants flying over the UK was so big on Friday that it was picked up on radar and confused for rain, the Met Office has said.
Human tragedies more brutal than COVID-19 if poor not helped, says UN
In pictures: The best images from this week
Nantes cathedral fire: Volunteer questioned over blaze released
Greece's great declutter at key naval battles coastline
The 480 BC Battle of Salamis is seen by many historians as a turning point in history that allowed ancient Greece to flourish.
John Lewis, lion of civil rights and Congress, dies at 80
Tributes have been pouring in for Lewis, the youngest and last survivor of the Big Six civil rights activists, a group led by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. that had the greatest impact on the civil rights movement
Lewis Hamilton's dog goes vegan: the science of plant-based pet food