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At least 11 dead after migrant boat capsises of Libya coast
“The continuous loss of life calls for an urgent change in approach to the situation in Libya and the Central Med.,” the IOM said in a Twitter post.
Inter Milan become Serie A champions ending a nine-year reign by Juve
It was Inter's first Scudetto since Jose Mourinho won the Serie A and Champions League 11 years ago.
Loire Valley wines: Exploring the world's favourite Sauvignon Blanc
From Pouilly Fume to Chinon: there are treasures outside of the Loire Valley's majestic castles, and the secret is in the soil.
Emperor Constantine's hand reunited with finger after 500 years
A missing finger from a giant statue of the Roman Emperor Constantine has been reunited with his hand after being missing for over 500 years.
Manchester United fans invade pitch in protest against American owners
Fans are angry about the European Super League and the Glazer family's attempt to take the club into it.
UK plays down report of deal with Iran over Western hostages
Iranian state TV had previously reported that Iran had agreed to release five detainees in return for cash.
How heavy is a distant neutron star? Scientists think they know
A team of astronomers believe they have calculated how dense the heaviest known neutron star is.
Toxic materials shipped out of Beirut after huge chemical explosion
A German shipping company has loaded 59 containers of toxic materials on to a vessel in Beirut as part of the clean-up after last year's devastating chemical blast
Astronauts return to Earth after 6.5-hour SpaceX flight
“It's not very often you get to wake up on the space station and go to sleep in Houston."
Italian cruises set sail for the first time in four months
The flagship Costa Smeralda set off from the port of Savona after being landbound since December when the Italian government banned cruises due to the coronavirus crisis.
Scottish independence and pro-Union rallies take place in Glasgow
The protests come just days ahead of a vote to elect new members of the 129-seat devolved Scottish Parliament at Holyrood.
UK rushes aid to India as COVID-19 surge kills thousands daily
Hospitals in India have been overwhelmed by the number of coronavirus patients.
Hungary agrees to open Chinese university campus in Budapest by 2024
The deal would make the Shanghai-based Fudan University campus the first Chinese university campus in the European Union.
London's Asian foodie community unite with recipes against racism
For Claire Sachiko Fourel and Lex Shu Chan, cooking is a form of activism.
London's commuters are growing food in railway station garden
Railway stations are home to flowers, bees and hedgehogs across London.
Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan agree to ceasefire over border dispute
The shooting broke out when Tajik officials tried to mount surveillance cameras to monitor the water supply facility