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Enrico Caruso film restored after 100 years
A film which starred the legendary tenor, Enrico Caruso, has been restored after more than 100 years and combines his voice and his image for the first time.
Cambodia: vaccination for adolescents begins
Cambodia began a roll out of Covid-19 vaccinations for teenagers in its capital Phnom Penh and three provinces Sunday.
Poland grants a visa to sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya
Belarusian athlete Krystsina Tsimanouskaya has been granted a visa to travel to Poland, the country's deputy foreign minister has said.
Berlin: Covid sceptics defy protest ban.
Hundreds of anti-lockdown demonstrators defy a court-ordered protest ban in the streets of Berlin, resulting in scuffles with police.
Man dies after being detained by Berlin police during COVID-19 protest
About 600 people were detained during the demonstrations, which saw thousands defy rules against mass gatherings over the weekend.
Greece: Homes destroyed in aftermath to Peloponnese forest fire
Nearly 300 firefighters, two water bomber planes and five helicopters battle to put out a forest fire in Greece that has so far destroyed around 20 homes.
Vaccine pass plan provokes protests in France, Switzerland, Italy
Government plans to make access to public spaces conditional on health checks have provoked more protest demonstrations in France, Switzerland and Italy.
Tech this week: Pegasus saga, big tech small fines, Facebook in court
The French finance minister's phone is being investigated as a potential victim of the Pegasus spyware and Google was fined €35,560 for a Russian data law breach.
Thousands paddle through St Petersburg at Sup Festival
Thousands of Russians dressed up and paddled their way through waterways of St Petersburg on Saturday.
Eight dead as wildfires rage in Turkey's touristic south
Fires have burned down forests, encroached on villages and tourist destinations and forced people to evacuate.
Poland marks Warsaw Uprising aganst Nazi occupation 77 years ago
The Polish president attended the annual remembrance ceremony in the capital.
Albania repatriates 19 family members of dead ISIS fighters from Syria
A few hundred Albanians joined the Islamic State militant group in Iraq and Syria and most were killed. Since then, their families have been stuck in camps.
One man and his €3m drone set out to save wildlife in Costa Rica
Earthrace conservationist Pete Bethune uses dogs, drones and technology to save Costa Rica’s biodiversity and jungles.
Today at the Olympics: Italy's Marcell Jacobs wins 100m
All the news and results from the 2020 summer Olympics in Tokyo.
French boxer refuses to leave the ring in disqualification protest
“Everyone knows I won!”, Mourad Aliev screamed to the empty arena.
Are eiderdown feathers the best form of feather recycling?
A thousand-year-old harvest on Iceland is used to gather the feather and make some of the world's best duvets and quilts.
This tropical landscape garden in Brazil has just won a major accolade
Sítio Roberto Burle Marx has been named the latest UNESCO World Heritage site in Brazil.