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Apple's Tim Cook banked a $750 million bonus, Tesla is under renewed scrutiny after another Autopilot incident and more in this week's tech round-up.
Serbian director Stefan Arsenijevic takes top prize at Czechia’s Karlovy Vary film festival
Serbian film director Stefan Arsenijevic won the Crystal Globe in the main competition with “As far As I Can Walk”, or "Strahinja" in the original version, an epic film about migration and love.
Numbers down at anti-covid restriction demos in Germany and France
Several thousand people have taken to the streets of Berlin to protest against the German government’s anti-covid restriction measures.
Hundreds take to Berlin streets to protest coronavirus restrictions
Despite an official ban on protests, demonstrators marched through Berlin city center in various groups against the current measures being imposed by the German government.
Mount Etna: Hiking up one of the world’s most active volcanoes
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Scientists have accidentally discovered a new island in the Arctic
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Taliban special forces unit guards Kabul streets
A Taliban special forces unit patrols and guards Kabul streets as suicide bomb threats hang over the final phase of the US military's airlift operation, with US President Joe Biden warning another attack is highly likely before the evacuations end
Humpback whales arrive at Colombia's Pacific coast to mate
From July to October, humpback whales return to the warm tropical waters of Colombia's Pacific coast where they were born, to start their mating ritual.
British ex-marine leaves Afghanistan with 200 dogs, cats but no staff
Paul “Pen” Farthing's mission to rescue the animals has gripped and divided the UK.
Naked cycle in Amsterdam for bike safety awareness
Dozens of naked cyclists take to Amsterdam's streets to protest the use of cars polluting the environment and to create awareness for cyclist safety during this year's annual World Naked Bike Ride.
In Iraq, Macron visits mosques and churches in the ruins of Mosul
Macron visited the city that was held by ISIS for almost five years.
Two die in Japan after receiving suspended Moderna COVID vaccines
The Japanese government had suspended the Moderna vaccine earlier this week over concerns of contaminants in 1.63 million vaccine doses.
Hurricane Ida winds already 150 mph ahead of Louisiana landfall
Hurricane Ida arrived on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which devastated Louisiana and Mississippi in 2005.
Why is this London neighbourhood covered in dust?
Thick layers of sand settle on roads and pavements in Silvertown, London. So where is this dust coming from and why is nothing being done about it?
Avocados and ice cream blasted into space for hungry astronauts
SpaceX also sent 8,000kg of other supplies and a human-sized robotic arm.