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Russia supports withdrawal of foreign fighters from Libya
After meeting with his Libyan counterpart in Moscow, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russia was ready to withdraw its troops from the country, heeding a call from the UN.
Veteran Gurkhas call off 13-day hunger strike over pensions
The British Ministry of Defense agreed today to begin talks with the Nepalese Embassy over pensions for Gurkha veterans of the British Army .
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Italian alleged mobster who bought stolen Van Goghs arrested in Dubai
Raffaele Imperiale has been wanted by Italian police since two stolen Van Goghs, thought to have been bought with criminal cash, were found in a farmhouse he owned outside Naples.
Taliban takeover could lead to renewed terror attacks in Europe | View
"Once the West begins to pressure the new regime in Kabul, it is very likely that the Taliban will allow al-Qaeda to set up a firm presence in the country again. Then it is just a matter of time before we see attacks emanating outwards."
Environmentalists protest against German government’s climate policies
Global environment movement Extinction Rebellion blocked roads in Berlin leading to the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture building as demonstrators carried banners and placards that read: "Prioritize climate," "Protect our Earth, "One planet, one chance"
Taliban disperse Kabul protest with gunfire
Afghan protesters defied the Taliban for a second day on Thursday, waving their national flag in scattered demonstrations, and the Taliban fighters again responded violently as they faced down growing challenges to their rule.
Afghans fleeing Taliban rule flock to Pakistan border
Afghans fearing for their lives under Taliban rule continue to look for ways out of their home country. Many cross the border into Pakistan while anxious traders at the checkpoint worry about insecurity
Afghanistan: Helping the vulnerable is 'key priority' says envoy
"Everyone is vulnerable in the country where the rate of unemployment is 60% and the only source of employment has also come to a standstill," says Ashraf Haidari.
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Photo gallery: Burundi's women's status is being rethought
In Burundi, a country affected by gender inequalities, many women are victims of violence, particularly sexual violence. How are these inequalities evolving in Burundi today? Is there an improvement?
Indonesia set to start producing more palm oil as ban comes to an end
The ban was brought in to prevent deforestation and wildfires but is due to end in September.
Suspect surrenders to police after bomb threat near US Capitol
Suspect surrenders to police after bomb threat near US Capitol
Could aspirin be the key to treating aggressive breast cancer?
A new study is looking at how the everyday painkiller could improve the effectiveness of other drugs in treating breast cancer.
Civilians gather outside French Embassy as hope of Kabul exit dwindles
Scores of civilians carrying possessions were spotted camping outside the French embassy in Kabul on Thursday as the evacuation efforts by a number of countries, including the US, UK, France and other European nations continue.
Dutch journalist targeted in Molotov cocktail attack
A Dutch journalist was the target of a Molotov cocktail attack in the northern city of Groningen, police said.
Homemade alcohol poisoning kills 16 people in Lithuania
Lithuanian authorities have launched multiple investigations following the death of 16 people found to have consumed homemade alcohol.
Is Facebook’s virtual reality app the future of work meetings?
Facebook is testing a new VR app that allows you to join meetings remotely as an avatar.
It's 30 years since the failed coup to oust Soviet leader Gorbachev
The world held its breath 30 years ago when a group of senior Communist officials attempted to oust Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and flooded Moscow with tanks. The August coup collapsed after just three days and precipitated the breakup of the Soviet Union.
Teenage suspect arrested in Sweden after stabbing at Eslöv school
A teenage suspect has been arrested in Sweden after a man was stabbed and seriously injured at a school in Eslöv.
Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims thronged for commemoration of Ashura
Masks were almost nowhere to be seen Thursday as hundreds of thousands of pilgrims thronged the Iraqi shrine city of Karbala for the Shiite commemoration of Ashura, ignoring Covid fears.
Why are rivers turning blue in Africa?
Fast fashion is ‘killing’ Africa’s rivers by polluting them with chemicals and dyes.
Huge illegal rave involving 10,000 people broken up in Italy
The rave was shut down on Thursday after several controversies and amid anger from locals.
Casa Amor hopes to lure a new crowd to Saint Tropez
This new venue is the epitome of bohemian chic on the revamped French Riviera.
This solar-powered skylight can turn seawater into drinking water
The design just needs sunshine and ocean water to produce clean drinking water for millions without access.
Are fake COVID tests being used more than we think?
Reports of fake certificates or inaccurate results are troubling for authorities.
COVID vaccines not as effective against Delta variant after 3 months
The efficacy of two COVID vaccines against the Delta variant drops after 90 days, a study has found, giving possible rise to booster shots.
Copenhagen's Little Mermaid finds herself in the middle of a dispute
Another artwork that "looks too much like the original" in another corner of the country has caused a bit of tension.
Teenager shot dead and two others injured on Marseille housing estate
The local prosecutor said that "it was a motorbike with two people armed with at least one assault rifle — Kalashnikov type — who fired (...) in the street."
Latvia's plans for mandatory vaccination spark huge protests
The Latvian government is planning to make vaccination compulsory for many professions and is debating whether to allow employers to fire workers who refuse to be vaccinated. A vote on the issue could come this week.
Wildfire northwest of Athens burns for 4th day
Hundreds of Greek and Polish firefighters were battling a major wildfire decimating a pine forest for a fourth day Thursday northwest of the Greek capital.
Poland bolsters border with Belarus to stop migrants
Poland has deployed hundreds of troops and is laying barbed wire along its border with Belarus to stop the arrival of migrants seeking to enter the country.