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"We were surprised that even people from Berlin came to see the movie by plane!" the club said.
Vodafone, Defra and Forest Research hope to find out how trees can be harnessed to fight climate change.
The Islamic pilgrimage begins today, but amid coronavirus restrictions - could a virtual experience be the future?
With the lifting of some restrictions in some areas of Europe anglers have been able to go fishing again. But experts are worried about the environmental impact
The EU's announcement it had secured 30,000 treatment courses comes four weeks after the US revealed that it had bought more than 500,000 treatment courses.
Around 6,400 will head home — but will be redeployed back to Europe on a rotational basis — while 5,400 will be sent to countries including Italy, Belgium and Poland.
New York City has opened up hundreds of fire hydrants to help locals cope with hot temperatures.
The Spanish region said the experimental passport would be rolled out in September but both the WHO and Spain's national government have warned against these certificates.
The coronavirus pandemic might have left many restaurants empty, but one establishment in Tokyo is relying on some model customers to enforce social distancing
It is the first time in nearly a century that people from outside Saudi Arabia will not take part in the five-day pilgrimage.