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Riot police arrest dozens at protests against French security law
Russian submarine test-fires four nuclear missiles in western Pacific
Russia's Vladimir Monomakh nuclear submarine test-launched four ballistic missiles on Saturday in the Sea of Okhotsk, the western Pacific Ocean, Russia's Defence Ministry said in a statement.
UK plans to use Royal Navy ships to stop EU fishing boats slammed
More than 100 arrested at tense security law protest in Paris
Riot police charged protesters in a bid to push them back at a demonstration in Paris against a planned security law that would restrict the publication of pictures showing the faces of police officers.
Why have high-rise balcony gardens become a hot trend in Dubai?
These stunning vertical gardens show how residents are taking a desire for green space into their own hands.
A non-skier's guide to winter
Truck queues at UK ports as Sunday Brexit deal deadline looms
Maryland volunteers distribute food as pandemic creates rising hunger
People queuing to get food from distribution centres has become an increasingly common scene across the US as people struggle to feed themselves amid the ongoing pandemic.
Fresh clashes in Tirana over death of man shot by police during curfew
The clashes are becoming a flashpoint between the Socialist government and the centre-right opposition party who have demanded the prime minister's resignation.
UN secretary-general calls on leaders to declare 'climate emergency'
French artist lives in glass cube to highlight lack of 'human contact'
A Marseille-based artist is confining himself for ten days in a four square metre cube visible to passers-by in a new installation entitled "Non essential".
Ethiopia's 'forced returns' of Tigray refugees 'disturbing,' says UN
The UN said the move to return Tigray refugees from the camps they fled from in Eritrea broke international law if confirmed.
Six injured after car ploughs through protesters in Manhattan
Police said the driver, a woman, was stopped near the area. She was taken into custody and questioned. It's not clear whether she will face charges.
Vatican City presents Nativity Scene, lights up Christmas tree
A few hundred people gathered for the annual lighting of the traditional Nativity scene and the Christmas tree in St. Peter's Square.
This week in pictures: floods in Venice, negotiations in Brussels
South Korea reports biggest daily jump in COVID-19 cases
South Korea reported its biggest daily jump in COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.
6 sustainable coats to keep you warm this winter
We've compiled the cosiest, most environmentally-friendly coats on the market.
Iran executes journalist who encouraged 2017 protests
Iran executed a once-exiled journalist over his online work that helped inspire nationwide economic protests in 2017.
Austria's constitutional court rules headscarf ban 'unconstitutional'
US to begin rollout of authorised Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine
US Supreme Court rejects Republican attack on Biden victory