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500 million-year-old 'Blob' that can think is being blasted into space
French astronaut Thomas Pesquet will be experimenting with how the curious organism behaves in zero-gravity on the International Space Station.
Nine COVID patients died after oxygen pipe burst, says health ministry
It happened at the Clinical Emergency Hospital of Vladikavkaz, the capital city of the southwestern North Ossetia region, local news agencies reported.
British travellers rage as Vodafone brings back data roaming charges
Vodafone is the second major mobile phone operator to bring back data roaming charges for UK customers in the EU.
Thousands evacuated in North Korea amid devastating floods
In the middle of a food security crisis, North Korea is now battling floods and global warming.
London's Tower Bridge left stuck open due to a technical fault
Authorities have asked people to stay away from the area.
Venice floods: Watch tourists wade through knee-deep water
Rare summer flooding has left Venice’s St Mark’s square up to 1 metre deep in water.
Iran's new president calls Macron in bid to revive nuclear talks
Hardline Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi asked France to help secure Iran's “rights” in now-stalled talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal.
Fibre on tap: UK to install broadband cables in water pipes
The UK hopes a new trial will lower the cost of getting full-fibre internet to everyone when fewer than 5% of households have it.
What is Indigenous tourism and is it sustainable?
Indigenous travel experiences that help, rather than hinder, the world’s oldest communities.
Could this unique Spanish tradition make the UNESCO heritage list?
The tiny village of Algar is hoping to fight back against the rise of social media by protecting its 'Charla al Fresco'.
Melting permafrost in Siberia could dramatically change landscape
Siberian winters have warmed by between 2 to 4 degrees Celsius over the last 50 years.
Criticism grows over Greece's handling of raging wildfires
Authorities on Evia, Greece's second-largest island, have in recent days denounced "insufficient" means to tackle the blazes when the situation was "critical".
'Mission impossible': French restaurants grapple with new COVID pass
Since Monday, a health pass is required to visit bars, restaurants, health centres and to use long-distance public transport across France.
Hungary: Thousands swim across largest lake in central Europe
The 39th Balaton cross swimming takes place on the largest lake in central Europe.
Will Tunisia's political crisis affect migration numbers to Europe?
Some believe there is no future in Europe. For others, Kais Saied’s recent power grab will persuade people to stay.
DRC: a new narrative emerges
There is a breath of fresh air in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. After not receiving any significant foreign economic support for over nine years, the country has just finalised a new economic programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Event celebrates legacy of Kyrgyzstan's ancestors
The role of women past and present is being highlighted at a Kyrgyzstan festival. The annual 'Altar Izi' gathering in the picturesque mountains of the Jyrgalan Valley celebrates the legacy of Kyrgyzstan's ancestors.
How a bill to fight homophobia has split Italy & sparked a culture war
“If you criticise the Zan bill, you’ll be accused of being a homophobe – which just isn’t conducive to having a constructive debate.”
Letter sent to Pope containing bullets intercepted by postal workers
A letter addressed to Pope Francis that contained bullets was intercepted by postal workers in Italy.
Local Australian lockdown ends while Delta variant circulates globally
Here are the latest COVID-19 developments from around the world.
Revolt, repression & reprisals: A look back at Belarus' turbulent year
Monday marks one year since the disputed election in Belarus, which sparked a protest movement of unprecedented size.
Nagasaki marks atomic bombing 76 years on
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Monday called for nations to disarm themselves of nuclear weapons as the country marked the 76th anniversary of the world's second atomic bombing.
Lukashenko denies involvement in death of Belarusian activist Shishov
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko denied involvement in the death of an activist in Kyiv last week, claiming he was "nobody" to the regime.
How has 30 years of logging saved the rainforest in Guatemala?
For International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we look at how a community-led programme in the Maya Biosphere Reserve is revolutionising how we think about conservation.
Greta Thunberg uses Vogue interview to slam the impact of fast fashion
"The fashion industry is a huge contributor to the climate-and ecological emergency," said Greta Thunberg, 18.
Pefki threatened as enormous blaze devours forests
Enormous flames devoured pristine forests and encroached on villages Sunday on Greece's second-largest island.
Suspect hands himself in after Catholic priest murdered in France
A man handed himself in after a priest was murdered on Monday in France's western region of Vendée. The suspect had been detained last year after admitting setting the Nantes Cathedral on fire.
Indigenous Amazonian diets 'hold the key' to longer lives, says study
This International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we look at how populations of the Bolivian Amazon have been found to possess healthier brains than Europeans.
Giving Indigenous groups land rights 'vital' to tackling deforestation
For International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we look at how their territories contain about one third of all carbon stored in the forests of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Where are Scotland’s most beautiful, crowd-free lochs?
Dreaming about a summer in Scotland? Here are our favourite quiet and crowd-free lochs.