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New Amsterdam memorial names all 102,000 Dutch Holocaust victims
Each brick in the Memorial of Names, which was officially unveiled by King Willem-Alexander on Sunday, bears the name of a Dutch citizen who lost their life in the Holocaust.
French Polynesian patients transferred to Paris
Eight French Polynesian patients in intensive care from severe Covid-19 took off from Tahiti to be transferred to hospital in mainland France.
French fishermen gather to protest post-Brexit uncertainty
French Fishermen have gathered on the Armanville Plage in protest over what they called "bad faith" actions by the UK authorities on fishing licenses.
Activist calls Senegal trash problem 'ecological bomb'
Armed with rakes, sacks and gloves, volunteers cleaned up trash littering a beach on Senegal's usually pristine coastline. Dozens of mainly young people and even children picked up garbage from the sandy beach in Bargny, a city located 35km from the capital Dakar.
Astrotourists head to Portugal for international event
A huge increase in so-called Astrotourism has been marked, in Portugal, by the first international congress to discuss the preservation of night sky and access to starlight
LGBTQ supporters march in Kyiv and in Belgrade
Thousands of people gathered in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv to take part in the annual Pride march in support of the country's LGBTQ community.
Uzbekistan: How is the mysterious country enticing Western visitors?
Once a major trading route on the Silk Road, an outward-looking Uzbekistan is celebrating 30 years of independence from the USSR.
Lava destroys homes after volcano erupts in Canary Islands
Experts said the volcanic eruption could last for weeks or even months.
Tricolour Arrows put on spectacular air show
Italian national acrobatic patrol - the Tricolour Arrows - celebrated its 60th anniversary with a spectacular performance at Rivolto, in the province of Udine.
Macron to speak with Biden on AUKUS fallout
The discussion will be the first contact between the two states since France recalled its ambassadors to the US and Australia in an emerging diplomatic crisis.
Migrants crossing Rio Grande to US border from Mexico
Migrants, many of them Haitian, crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico, heading towards the US border city of Del Rio, as Texas State Troopers watch on.
Tech this week: El Salvador court looks at Bitcoin complaints
A court will look at complaints against Bitcoin purchases made by El Salvador's government, Elon Musk leads tributes to Sir Clive Sinclair, plus more tech news.
France tightrope star stuns in Eiffel tower walk
French tightrope walker Nathan Paulin performs between the Eiffel Tower and Theatre National de Chaillot in Paris. "It was not as easy as I thought," he says after completing the 600-meter walk on a slackline.
Female Kabul municipal workers told not to come back
The city's interim mayor, Hamdullah Namony, said only those whose roles could not be filled by men would be allowed back to work.
World's first space tourists splash down after three days in orbit
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on board.
This modular vertical farm could sweep away 'urban food deserts'
Securing affordable and healthy food for low-income communities is increasingly challenging, but urban farming could be the solution.
27 million-year-old penguin fossil found by kids in New Zealand
After finding a fossil on the beach 15 years ago, a group of New Zealand children are now responsible for the discovery of a giant ancient penguin species.
Meet the youngest man to visit every country in the world
We catch up with James Asquith, CEO, Guinness World Record holder and big believer in the resilience of the travel industry in a post-pandemic world.