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Sebastian Kurz reelcted to People's Party leadership
Only three of the 536 delegates voted against Kurz continuing to lead the party.
Portuguese sensation signs with his former club
In a turbulent 24 hours, Ronaldo chooses to rejoin United, not before flirting with the idea of joining rivals Manchester City
Heavy storm hits Croatian island, causes power cuts
A heavy storm descended on the Croatian island of Mljet early Saturday morning causing power outage and some disruptions in ferry traffic.
Fishing boat crammed with over 500 migrants arrives in Lampedusa
Accommodation for migrants on the Italian island designed for 250 people now has to cater for over 1,200.
Protesters rally outside closed banks in Kabul
Protesters gather outside bank buildings in Kabul after government buildings, banks, passport offices, schools and universities remain largely closed since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan.
'We mourn with you': Germany marks devastating floods that killed 180
“There are hardly words that can begin to describe what the events on the night of July 14-15 felt like for me," Renate Steffes, a resident of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, said.
Ancient vicuna shearing tradition lives on in Peruvian Andes
At daybreak on a freezing cold day high in the Andes, dozens of Peruvian peasants clamber up a mountainside to carry out a centuries-old tradition: shearing vicunas.
Gazan engineers create firefighting robot from scrap
Gazan engineers use a robot they’ve created from auto parts and other trash to handle dangerous remnants of war and extinguish fire, as they face shortage of raw materials due to the Israeli blockade.
Anti-Bitcoin protests in El Salvador as official adoption draws closer
Other countries are keen to see whether the historic decision to make Bitcoin legal tender pays off. El Salvadorans are less convinced.
Estonia faces prospect of an election with only one candidate
The Baltic nation goes to the polls in October and so far only one candidate has thrown his hat into the ring.
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GP Chris Newman asks the question, what is the point of my job if we don't prevent climate change?
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U.S. thwarts second Kabul airport suicide bombing amid pull-out
A suicide bomber was taken out in a drone strike on Sunday.