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Airbus unveils concepts for zero-emission planes powered by hydrogen
The European aerospace company aims to develop the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035.
Actor who played villain in James Bond film Moonraker dies aged 89
Lonsdale acted under Orson Welles, Steven Spielberg, Francois Truffaut and Louis Malle.
Coronavirus: Bayern Munich fans could face quarantine after Super Cup
Bayern Munich and Sevilla are scheduled to meet in Budapest on Thursday but Germany's public health institute deems the Hungarian capital a "high risk" area for the coronavirus.
English National Opera begins drive-in performances
As COVID-19 restrictions put a halt to traditional indoor performances, the almost 90-year-old opera company is embracing an open-air alternative: the drive-in.
People care more about climate change than saving money, says survey
Could your savings and pension be unknowingly funding fossil fuels?
Serbia’s Muslim enclave fears new ethnic violence
Residents of Muslim-majority Sandzak say that Belgrade has never recognised its responsibility for the violence of the 1990s.
'EU's credibility at stake': Warning as Cyprus stops Belarus sanctions
Cyprus has prevented the EU from agreeing on sanctions against Belarus over its disputed presidential election and the subsequent crackdown on protesters, says Brussels' foreign policy chief.
On a mission to save our soils - the EU's plan to rebuild the land
Rebuilding the degraded soils of Europe is one of the EU's missions within the new Horizon Europe framework, about to be launched. Euronews' Claudio Rosmino for Futuris investigates how new practices are rolling back years of ecological damage.
World's richest 1% produced 'double the CO2 of the poorest half'
Oxfam International and the Stockholm Environment Institute made the claim in a new report published on Monday (September 21).
Artists protest as COVID-19 restrictions tightened in Athens
From September 21 until October 4, a maximum of nine people can gather inside or outside, except in restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Concerts and live musical performances have been banned and indoor cinemas closed.
Five epic outdoor getaways from London
From kayaking to climbing near London, these outdoor adventures in Suffolk, Essex and beyond will have you enjoying nature in no time.
At least 10 dead as residential building collapses in India
A residential building in the city of Bhiwandi, 20 kilometers north-east of Mumbai in India collapsed on Monday morning.
Honeybees can be trained like sniffer dogs to help boost crops
Researchers have found bees can be conditioned to pollinate specific plants through scent-based memory techniques.
New pact to force EU countries to take more migrants
EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson says she's already bracing for tough resistance from Hungary, Poland and northern European nations.
David Miliband: It’s time the EU restarts and scales up refugee resettlement after COVID-19 ǀ View
Resettlement programmes were put on pause by coronavirus pandemic, leaving refugees heading to EU countries to start a new life in limbo. The EU's new Migration Pact needs to be more ambitious in what it can do for those needed sanctuary.
Biden urges Senators to follow their conscience on US Supreme Court Justice
The ideological balance of the nine-member court is crucial to its rulings on the most important issues in US law..
Banks failing to stop money laundering on vast scale, says report
Massive sums of allegedly dirty money have flowed for years through some of the world's largest banking institutions, an international journalism investigation says.
The return of traditional camel racing to Egypt's Sinai desert
Camel racing is a popular traditional sport in many Arab countries and for the Bedouins of the South Sinai desert, its an important way of keeping a traditional heritage alive
Belarus: Tsikhanouskaya tells EU to be 'brave' over sanctions
The opposition leader has called for a bolder response from the EU over Alexander Lukashenko's refusal to relax his grip on power.
Vive le Tour! With young winner Pogačar, thrilling race defies virus
For towns and villages across France the Tour was a liberating and invigorating experience against the sombre backdrop of the pandemic.
Schitt’s Creek, Succession and Watchmen steal show at the ‘Pandemmys'
The TV shows Schitt’s Creek, Succession and Watchmen were the big winners at the Emmy Awards on Sunday - this year dubbed ‘The Pandemmys’ due to the ceremony being held virtually amid the coronavirus outbreak.
WeChat: Judge delays US restrictions on Chinese app
The US government restrictions against WeChat follow the Trump administration’s attempts to ban TikTok, another Chinese-owned app.