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France considers introducing new 'ecocide' offence
Hundreds detained in latest anti-government demos in Belarus
Lack of tourists in New York is wiping out small business
Trial of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy to start on Monday
Paris switches Christmas lights on amid tight lockdown restrictions
The lights are set to stay until January 6, but far fewer people will be there to enjoy them this year.
Thousands mourn Serbia's Patriarch after COVID-19 death
Serbia is currently facing the worst health crisis since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bird flu: Nearly 200,000 chickens culled in the Netherlands
German foreign minister blasts 'anti-maskers' over Nazism comparisons
Demonstrators in Germany protesting coronavirus restrictions have compared themselves to resistance fighter Sophie Scholl and diarist Anne Frank, both killed by the Nazis.
Thousands protest in Taipei over US pork imports
Protesters are also angry over labour issues and media freedom.
'Green' mural created with 'pollution-eating' paint unveiled in Rome
Flames rip through Guatemala's Congress as street battles rage
Protests broke out over budget cuts to health and education.
World's deepest swimming pool opens its doors in Poland
The previous record belonged to a 42-metre-deep swimming pool in Italy. The new 'Deepspot' pool in Poland won't hold the record for very long, either.
Voting starts in Burkina Faso's presidential election
The security crisis has dominated the campaign and an undisclosed number of troops have been deployed for polling day.
Israel launches strikes on Hamas sites in Gaza after rocket attack
There were no reports of casualties after the Israeli air force launched strikes in locations in the Gaza Strip after it blamed Hamas for launching a rocket into southern Israel.
G20: Calls for worldwide coordinated response to COVID-19 pandemic
Polls open in Burkina Faso elections marred by threats from Jihadists
While polling officials say the election is running smoothly, voters in some parts of the country have been threatened by Jihadists not to cast their vote.
Coronavirus: England facing tighter restrictions when lockdown ends
Prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce changes to the existing tiered system, putting some parts of England under tighter restrictions after the national lockdown ends on December 2.
US election 2020: Trump campaign requests full recount of Georgia vote
The results of the state, which has traditionally been a Republican stronghold, were certified on Friday after a recount by hand confirmed Joe Biden's win.
You can turn this pencil into a Christmas Tree
82,000 trees are cut down to produce pencils every year - but now we can reverse the cycle.