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Day 2 at the Judo Grand Prix in Croatia
The home nation held their own on the second day, with some fantastic sacrifice techniques all throughout the preliminaries. But all eyes were on Slovenian Andreja Leski and Georgian Tato Grigalashvili who both won gold.
At least eight die in suicide car bomb attack in Somalia's capital
The Islamic extremist group Al-Shabab rammed a vehicle laden with explosives into a checkpoint near the Presidential Palace in Mogadishu.
German election: Who has spent the most on Facebook advertising?
In the last month, the major political parties have spent a collective €1.5 million to reach voters on Facebook.
Wild boars hog limelight as they roam around Rome
Wild boars are becoming a common sight on the streets of Rome, sticking their snouts in garbage looking for food.
Smoke, ash and lava spurt out of Spanish volcano
The Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Canary Island continued to spew fountains of lava as the devastating eruption entered its seventh day.
Italy become Pastry kings but UK chef feels frozen out by politics
The Italian team beat France, the UK, Egypt, South Korea, Japan, Russia, Switzerland, Algeria, Chile and Mexico to become the World Champions. But are the rules being properly applied?
Activists in San Marino fight fierce campaigns over abortion vote
In the Republic of San Marino, nestled on the Apennine mountains inside Italy, campaigning is underway ahead of a referendum on September 26, which will ask its 33,000 citizens if they want to legalise abortion.
Watch our special debate show on Germany's pivotal election
It features three MEPs and German climate activist Carla Reemtsma
Watch: Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies and blockchain explained
Where did Bitcoin come from and how does it work? Here’s everything you need to know about the world’s first cryptocurrency.
La Palma volcano: Ash cloud causes closure of airport
Lava from the volcano, which began erupting a week ago, has destroyed 420 buildings.
What are the potential side effects of having a COVID vaccine?
Misinformation about COVID vaccines is slowing down their roll-out. This is what you can realistically expect to happen after a dose.
German election: What voters expect from the next government
Climate change and Europe are among the issues voters seem to be most keen for the next government to focus on.
The big battle for abortion rights in one of Europe's smallest states
Meet the women fighting for abortion rights in one of Europe's smallest states
Wary of China, leaders of India, Australia, Japan and the US meet
Concern is growing about China's behaviour in the Indo-Pacific region, in particular its repeated flying of warplanes close to Taiwan.
Disenfranchised and unheard, Germany's Turks remain an island
Germany has the second-worst political representation for minorities in Europe, with just 14 out of over 700 federal lawmakers of Turkish background.
UK to issue 5,000 temporary visas to lorry drivers over supply issues
COVID, an ageing workforce and an exodus of foreign workers following Brexit have all been cited as reasons for a shortage of lorry drivers.
Life on the streets of Kabul after Taliban takeover
Afghanistan, which relies heavily on foreign aid, faces near-total poverty resulting from political instability, frozen foreign reserves and a collapsed public finance system.
Berliners want a new landlord. Is a community land trust the answer?
In a city where 80 per cent of its inhabitants rent, how land and property are owned and allocated is an ongoing battle.
Finns begin to rediscover their thirst for Baltic booze cruises
Finland is the most expensive place to buy alcohol in the EU. No wonder Finns head to the Baltics in search of cheaper booze.
Climate is the key issue for voters. Is that helping Germany's Greens?
The German Greens have increased their support significantly since the 2017 elections but they're still polling below the two traditional centre-right and centre-left German political parties.
Last-minute campaigning as Germany gears up for pivotal election
Sunday's vote will set the direction of the country after 16 years under Angela Merkel, whose party is scrambling to avoid defeat by its centre-left rivals after a rollercoaster campaign.
Sparks and adrenaline fly in South Africa car 'spinning'
Hundreds gather to watch as a car spinning tournament resumes near Johannesburg in South Africa.
The future of sustainable food looks more blue than green
New research shows that food sourced from our lakes and oceans could help tackle climate change and malnutrition.
New York's first Black-owned winery is combatting climate change
Growers are installing cover crops to stabilise their soils and revolutionising how they irrigate their fields.
COVID, climate and... fresh EU talks? Iceland's election explained
Germany's is really the only election in town this weekend. But, if you fancy going against the mainstream, here's everything you need to know about Iceland's parliamentary poll.
Six stories to understand the German election
As the page turns for a new post-Merkel chapter in Germany, we explain all you need to know about the country's general election on Sunday.
Is this London's worst-ever tourist attraction?
City authorities built a pile of mud and dared to call it a tourist attraction.
German election: Who's who in the race to replace Angela Merkel?
How much do you know about those in the race to succeed Angela Merkel?
Puigdemont leaves jail as Spain tells him: 'Submit to Spanish justice'
Puigdemont has been in exile in Belgium since 2017. Spain wants to put him on trial for his role in the 2017 Catalan independence referendum.
Ryder Cup 2021: United States lead Europe 6-2 at Whistling Straits
Europe is aiming to retain the Ryder Cup against the United States in Wisconsin, but will have to overcome a first day deficit.