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Two news websites and aid group shut down by Russian authorities
News websites Otkrytye and MBKh Media, as well the Pravozashchita Otkrytki aid group, announced they had "no option" but to close on Thursday due to safety concerns.
Lionel Messi: Club is ‘above any player’ say Barcelona
The 34-year-old has been with the Catalan club all his career. For the first time, he's seeking pastures new.
Most-wanted mafia boss arrested in Madrid after two years on the run
The 60-year-old, dubbed the Calabrian clan's "boss of bosses" in the 1980s and 1990s, was sentenced in absentia to another 11 years in prison for murder and criminal association aimed at drug trafficking in January.
French move to require a COVID pass to access restaurants is approved
The health pass will be extended to restaurants, cafes and some modes of transport from August 9.
Therapy dogs bring joy to kids at Chile hospital
At a children's hospital in Santiago, Chile there is a flurry of excitement over a delegation of special visitors: a four-legged quartet has arrived to offer some reprieve from sickness and pain with their wagging tails and soulful eyes.
Clashes at Beirut protest on blast anniversary
Groups of protesters hurled stones and clashed with security forces near the Lebanese Parliament in Beirut on Wednesday, a year to the day since the devastating blast at the city's port.
Wildfires in Sardinia likely to have killed 30 million bees
The beehives on 20,000 hectares of land were destroyed by the fires.
Hardline judge becomes president of Iran amid rights controversy
Conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi was sworn in as president of Iran at a ceremony on Thursday.
Move over TikTok, YouTube Shorts is here to stay
YouTube launched a new $100 million creator fund for their new short form content section. But is it too little too late as they play catch up to the likes of TikTok?
UK replacement for Erasmus programme receives 40,000 applications
The British government has approved tens of thousands of applications for a new study abroad programme, launched after the UK left the EU’s Erasmus programme following Brexit.
'Belarus will be free': Exiled sprinter speaks out after Tokyo exit
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, 24, showed Japanese police a translated plea for help on her phone after being escorted to the airport by Belarusian officials on Sunday.
LEGO collector builds miniature toy city with shops and cafes
The bustling LEGO metropolis includes imposing buildings, sprawling shopping complexes, cafes, and parks.
France looks to help those jabbed outside EU get a COVID health pass
It comes just days before the health pass will be required to access French restaurants and bars.
World leaders to eat only seasonal fruit and veg at COP26
Fruit and veg imported by air won't fly at the Glasgow climate conference later this year.
The raid that killed off Belarus' last independent media platform
The raid is symptomatic of a wider crackdown on dissent in Belarus since the disputed reelection of Lukashenko last August had sparked huge protests.
Why have COVID tracing apps been unsuccessful?
Privacy. Trust. Poor implementation. A new study says these are some of the reasons why contact tracing apps haven’t helped us beat the pandemic.
Moldova’s picture perfect lavender fields smell incredible
Moldova hopes to become a world leader in lavender production as its industry gains new life following the collapse of the USSR.
Site of first ancient Olympics at risk as fires rage in Greece
The archaeological site of Ancient Olympia - where the first ancient Olympic Games were held - is at risk as fires continue to wreak havoc in Greece.
Belarus to tighten border amid row over migrants with Lithuania
Defence and security agencies were ordered to "close every metre of the border" in order to stop migrants that Lithuania turns away from coming back into Belarus.
What’s the true COVID death toll in Europe?
A new study based on excess deaths shows the world has been under-reporting COVID deaths. The true figure is much more stark.
Israel launches airstrikes on Lebanon in response to rockets
Israel escalated its response to rocket attacks this week by launching rare airstrikes on Lebanon, the army and Lebanese officials said.
Low life expectancy and mental health problems rattle UK coastal towns
Residents of England's coastal towns suffer lower life expectancy and more mental health problems, experts say.
Tokyo reports record daily COVID cases amid Olympics
Tokyo reported a record 5,042 new daily coronavirus cases on Thursday, with infections continuing to surge in the city hosting the Olympic games.
International Space Station incident was much worse than you thought
A Russian module accidentally fired its thrusters and knocked the ISS out of alignment last week. Now we know just how out of position it was.
Bottled water is 3,500 times worse for the environment than tap water
It may not be shocking that bottled water is bad for the environment, but scientists have crunched the numbers to work out exactly how much worse it is.
Ukraine steps up protection of Belarusian exiles after activist death
The announcement came after a Belarusian activist who ran a group helping Belarusians fleeing persecution was found hanged in Kyiv.
Quarantine loophole sees major boost in tourism from India to Serbia
There has been an uptick in travellers from India in Serbia recently, as the country introduces visa-free travel.
'Freedom is worth fighting for': Prominent Belarus dissidents on trial
The trial of Maria Kolesnikova and Maxim Znak, both leading members of the opposition, takes place amid an intensifying crackdown on dissent in the ex-Soviet republic.
Riot police and protesters clash on Beirut blast anniversary
A mix of grief over lost lives and rage at the lack of justice for the blast's victims, aggravated by a severe deterioration in living conditions in Lebanon, pushed protesters onto the streets.
Today at the Olympics: Portugal's Pichardo wins triple jump gold
The Summer Olympics continue with several gold-medal races in kayak, swimming and athletics, the men's basketball semifinals and the women's football bronze medal match.