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Cristiano Ronaldo breaks men's international goalscoring record
Cristiano Ronaldo became the highest-scoring man in international football history, after reaching 111 goals in Portugal's World Cup Qualifier on Wednesday.
President Joe Biden promises Ukraine that U.S. will be a better ally
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was paying a long-awaited trip to the White House.
Europe starts booster shots as WHO says jabs should be saved for poor
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that while so many millions worldwide had not been vaccinated it was wrong to give people a third dose.
Germans deposit €50 million of dirty money after floods
Germany’s central bank says it has been received more than €50 million worth of damaged banknotes after deadly floods in July.
Nike gives staff a week off to avoid COVID burnout
For many who are working from home during the pandemic, the blurring of home and work life has also increased the risk of burnout.
Foreign investors look towards Uzbekistan as its tech sector blossoms
In recent years, Uzbekistan has launched various reforms in order to liberalise the economy. The Tech sector is one of its fastest-growing sectors and local start-ups are attracting foreign investors. They plan to expand. Take a look at some of the success stories.
Flash floods hit eastern Spain after torrential rain
Authorities across Spain remain on high alert after storms brought more than 9,000 lightning strikes on Wednesday.
Japan reports more contamination in Moderna vaccines from Spain
Japan has detected black particles in more vials of the Moderna coronavirus vaccines imported from Spain.
Afghanistan crisis sparks debate over EU's military capabilities
"It's clear that the need for more European defence has never been as evident as today after events in Afghanistan," said Josep Borrell, the EU's foreign affairs chief
Uzbekistan sets out an ambitious road map to becoming a key start-up hub
In a major national event held physically in Tashkent and virtually across the country on August 20, Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev talked to around 10,000 entrepreneurs, addressing concerns and laying out plans for a root and branch reform of business and tax regulations.
Teachers should not be forced to get vaccinated, union warns
As students in Europe return from their summer holidays this week, the question of whether all children and teachers need to be jabbed is beginning to be asked.
Floods in India's Assam force villagers and wildlife to flee
More than three million people have been affected by the annual monsoon deluge as torrential rains pummelled eastern India, officials said Wednesday, with villagers fleeing to higher ground and vast swathes of two wildlife sanctuaries underwater
Why are hundreds of sheep forming the shape of a heart in a field?
An Australian farmer has made a piece of art by arranging his sheep in this novel formation.
Afghan asylum seekers in Pakistan sleep rough on the streets
Escaping the Taliban is one thing, but once across the border, a different challenge awaits.
Third consecutive Slovakian police chief resigns over legal action
Slovakia's police chief has announced that he will resign after he was accused of abuse of power and obstruction of justice.
Migrant death toll rises on Atlantic route to Spain's Canary Islands
The International Organization for Migration says that 529 migrants have died attempting to reach the Spanish islands this year.
Denmark's high vaccination rate sees COVID pass ended for restaurants
Denmark, population 5.8 million, has fully vaccinated more than 75% of people aged 12 and over.
A Taste of Dubai History: Traditional Emirati Food at Al Fanar
Al Fanar is a family restaurant, founded in Dubai and it celebrates the culinary heritage of the UAE. We sample its fish machboos, a main dish in Emirati households and also traditional desserts like legaimat and asidat al tamor.
Meet the Afghans escaping across the land border to Pakistan
Pakistan is now warning the international community that it will need help if it continues to bear the brunt of this sudden change in Afghanistan's government on top of the war that has raged for decades.
Macron to spend 3 days in Marseille as mayor demands more investment
The recently elected mayor of Marseille Benoît Payan said the city has no money and said schools were in a catastrophic state.
Finland could ban e-scooters at weekends as injuries weigh on doctors
The Nordic country has seen an upsurge in alcohol-induced e-scooter injuries this summer, leading doctors to demand a weekend night-time ban.
Yemeni children return to school amid war and pandemic
As the new academic year begins, dozens of students sit on the ground of a house that has been converted into a school in war-torn Taiz, Yemen. In this poverty-stricken country, millions of children rarely get to sit in a chair or at a desk, or even go to school.
'I arrived in sandals': Meet the Afghans starting a new life in Europe
Fearful for their families back home but hopeful for a new start, these are the Afghan escapees who now count Europe as their home.
After low demand, Slovakia delivers its last doses of Sputnik V
The decision to use Sputnik V divided Slovakian politics and led to the resignation of former prime minister Igor Matovič.
Bulgaria summons North Macedonian embassy after flag vandalised
North Macedonia's foreign ministry also strongly condemned the incident and said they would investigate to find the person responsible.
Is this French town the new capital of electronic music in Europe?
The pandemic has had an interesting effect on Saint-Tropez’ music scene, placing the resort firmly on the maps of partygoers.
France starts giving COVID booster jabs to its elderly and vulnerable
The head of WHO Europe said this week that such jabs -- given low vaccination coverage in poorer parts of the world -- should not be seen as “luxury boosters”.
Tale of two pandemics: Survey finds COVID created stark divides in EU
Southern and Eastern European countries, as well as younger adults, say they have been more impacted by the pandemic.
What is E10 petrol and will my car run on it?
This blend of fossil fuels and ethanol has just been introduced to fuel pumps across the UK.
How to tell the difference between tree-planting schemes and scams
As more companies use trees to lure in customers, Ariel Maldonado explains how to spot a greenwashing scam.