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The collection of 425 whole gold coins, most dating to the Abbasid period around 1,100 years ago, was was a “extremely rare” find, said Israel Antiquities Authorities archaeologists.
Wisconsin’s governor summoned the National Guard to head off another round of violent protests after the police shooting of a Black man in the back multiple times in Kenosha on Sunday.
The popular video-sharing app TikTok is suing the US government after Donald Trump signed an executive order banning it in the US.
Martin Blyth has gone from the classroom to founding his own innovative wildlife park with a focus on conservation.
Belarus' authoritarian president has made a dramatic show of defiance against massive protests demanding his resignation.
Around 50,000 people in Lithuania expressed their solidarity with those demanding democratic reforms in neighbouring Belarus.
Japanese 3D technology is helping to fight COVID‐19. A doctor at Niigata Hospital has developed a ventilator you can make with a 3D printer and a scientist at Asukanet Co. has created a touchless 3D screen.
An international team are building virtual twins on supercomputers to test reaction to major surgery before proceeding and also the treatment of serious illness. These digital doppelgängers will mirror everything from how your heart beats and your lungs work, right down to your personal DNA code.
The Russian Embassy said it was “appalled by the unfounded decision" and expelled an Austrian diplomat in response.
Minister of Defence Trine Bramsen says an investigation will look into the matter "with the utmost seriousness".
New research found strong correlation between IQ and access to nature across all socio-economic groups.
The EU Commissioner for Trade was forced to apologise at the weekend for breaking Ireland’s coronavirus rules, one of 80 guests at a golf dinner attended by other Irish politicians - some of whom have since resigned.
Bulgaria's storied location between East and West has given it plenty of Instagram-ready sights, but this is a soulful and quietly cosmopolitan land too, steeped in traditions that invite you to power down for a bit and savor the moment.
The country has declared a day of mourning on Tuesday in memory of the victims.
Tens of thousands of people joined hands forming a human chain from Vilnius to Medininkai in Lithuania, as a show of solidarity with Belarusians fighting for democracy in their country.
A massive search and rescue operation is underway in Turkey's Black sea region after flooding washed away roads and buildings.
In a statement released on Monday, the team of doctors at the Charité hospital in Berlin said they had found “cholinesterase inhibitors” in his system, a broad range of substances that are found in several drugs, but also pesticides and nerve agents.
Rising 170m above the deepest canyon in Europe, the Đurđevića Tara is the tallest bridge in northern Montenegro and one of the largest in the Balkans.
Protesters in Belarus share what motivates them to join the demonstrations, their hopes and fears
Some of the biggest wildfires California has seen in living memory are continuing to tear through the north of the state, as firefighters battle the flames in a bid to save homes and lives.
Alex Kokcharov is a Russia and Eastern Europe Analyst at the think-tank IHS Markit.
The annual event marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1991.