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Moldovan president-elect Sandu will push for parlimentary elections
'I feel great,' says Johnson as he starts COVID-19 self-isolation
Belgian pigeon sells for €1.6m at high-stakes bird auction
Sunday's bid was proof again that the once-quaint sport, which seemed destined to decline only a few years back, now has a new, elitist foreign lease on life.
Belarus: More than 1,000 arrested in fresh protest, NGO says
Italian coastguard rescues 31 migrants off coast of Lampedusa
The boat had capsized 5 km out to sea and was spotted by helicopter.
Azerbaijan agrees to extend deadline for Armenian forces to leave
Azerbaijan agrees to give Armenian forces more time to leave part of territory ceded in a Russian-brokered ceasefire deal
Watch: Mexican balloon festival goes online due to COVID-19 pandemic
The annual event usually attracts half a million visitors - this year it was reduced to 400.
Sole-d: Marie-Antoinette's silk shoe auctioned for 40,000 euros
The shoe - which belonged to the Queen beheaded in 1793 - sold for four times more than was expected.
'I concede nothing': Trump says Biden 'won' election, vows to fight on
Trump tweeted that “He won” but said the Democrat's victory was only “in the eyes” of the media.
Turkey's Erdogan visits North Cyprus and calls for two island states
The Turkish president's comments came during a controversial visit to the north of the island, occupied by Turkey since 1974 and not recognised internationally.
Fearing voter fraud, Moldova war veterans keep an eye on Transnistria
Moldova: How the diaspora keeps Europe's poorest nation afloat
COVID-19 in France: Police break up 'giant' illegal party near Paris
The best all-season island cities in Europe
Asia-Pacific countries including China sign world's biggest trade pact
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) signed by 15 countries encompasses around a third of world trading activity.
Coronavirus: 60% of French admit flouting at least one lockdown rule
Pressure mounts on Peru's President Merino after two die in protests
Angry Peruvians have taken to the streets in daily demonstrations accusing Congress of staging a parliamentary coup putting Manuel Merino in power.
Ethiopia’s Tigray leader confirms firing missiles at Eritrea
The confirmation marks a huge escalation as the deadly fighting in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region now spills across an international border.
Temperature regulating curtain keeps rooms at 25°C
The 'intelligent' curtain design was invented by two students in Berlin and could save you money on heating bills.