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The odds of Trump winning the Nobel Peace Prize started slim but after the announcement of his nomination, he was neck and neck with Bill Gates at 20/1, according to Betfair.
Danish right-wing party Stram Kurs is set to stir up tensions by holding fresh anti-Islam protests in neighbouring Sweden this weekend.
One month on from the disputed August 9 election in Belarus, Emil Filtenborg tells Euronews how he expected some violence, but never anticipated it would be "this brutal, this early."
Companies are using green credentials both to cover up scandals and to boost profit margins.
Social media users called the president out for coughing while he wasn't wearing a face and nose covering, saying this did not respect guidance on measures to stop the spread of COVID-19.
UK prime minister says he will press ahead with proposed law that a minister admitted breaks international law
A rule meaning people in England can meet up in groups of six will replace former COVID-19 measures that Johson admitted had become "complicated and confusing"
Thousands of migrants slept on the streets on the Greek island of Lesbos after being evacuated from their camp as fires broke out early on Wednesday.
AstraZeneca, who is running the trials, is investigating whether the COVID-19 candidate vaccine recipient's "potentially unexplained” illness is a result of receiving the shot.
Research from the Clean Air Fund and CBI says cleaner air would leave Brits healthier and wealthier.
The Baltic country wants to attract wealthy tech entrepreneurs with a new one-year visa.
Zaghari-Ratcliffe appeared Tuesday morning before a branch of the country’s Revolutionary Court in Tehran, where she was first sentenced to prison on murky espionage charges in 2017.
Some 12,500 people were living at the Moria camp and the surrounding area.