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Coal reserves in Upper Silesia, in the south of the country, are perceived as key to energy security and a patriotic alternative to gas and oil imported from Russia.
Sir David Attenborough's latest release is unlike any of his previous work.
Post-communist Albania's elections have always been contested and marred by irregularities, including alleged vote-buying and manipulation of ballot counts.
Can food waste by-products be re-used to produce car parts and other industrial items, purposes unimaginable just a few years ago? The EU-supported BARBARA Project has made some big steps forward in that direction. Futuris visits Spain to find out more.
Our team were lucky enough to board the very first passenger train that crossed Africa from East to West, from Tanzania to Angola. This amazing trip is known as Trail of Two Oceans, crossing from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic.
Some 300 firefighters tried to put out two large forest fires that are still active in a mountainous area of Córdoba province, in central Argentina.
Nearly three-quarters of UK employers polled recently say they would be keeping increased home-working after the coronavirus pandemic.
Nine year old Licypriya Kangujam asked for something different to celebrate her birthday this year.
Diversity is the name of the game for Total. The French multinational is looking firmly to the future and further developing sources of renewable energy, particularly to feed the hunger for what the company describes as the “energy of the 21st century” - electricity.