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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Austrian Chancellor Kurz announces resignation over corruption claims
Opposition leaders had called for Kurz to go and planned to bring a no-confidence motion against him to parliament on Tuesday.
Students return to Idlib classrooms after Covid delays school year
Syrian children return to shools in northwestern Idlib province after delays due to the conflict and exacerbated by the Covid pandemic.
Chile president on new probe of mining operation
Chilean President Sebastian Piñera said on Friday he did not welcome a new probe into the wrongdoings by a mining project owned by his family and located in an environmentally rich area.
New York Comic Con is back for its first in-person event since 2019
New York Comic Con has returned following a virtual event last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fans were back Friday (08 OCT. 2021) at the Jacob Javits Center for the comic book culture festival.
Nobel winner Maria Ressa calls Facebook 'biased against facts'
Ressa, who was the joint recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize this week, slammed Facebook as a threat to democracy.
Poland: EU countries split after Polish court ruling on EU law
France and Germany reiterated their support for the EU Commission but Hungary has welcomed the Polish ruling, calling on the bloc to respect national sovereignty.
Firefighters on scene near La Palma volcano
The volcano on the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands continued spewing lava Saturday morning, following almost three weeks of constant eruption.
Migrants seen leaving France on boats for UK
A group of French police officers watched dozens of migrants boarding a dinghy on Friday to get across the Channel to Britain, footage by British broadcaster Sky showed.
Long COVID now has an official WHO clinical definition
In September, there were more than one million people living in the UK who reported they were suffering from long COVID.
Street cinema is taking off in Milan
What started as a few friends wanting to watch a movie together outside during the pandemic has grown into a popular regular feature
More than 130 countries agree on 15% global minimum corporate tax
From 2023, multinational corporations will have to pay taxes in countries where they operate - not just where they have their headquarters.
Banisadr, Iran's first president after 1979 revolution, dies
Banisadr's family said in a statement online Saturday that he died in a hospital in Paris after a long illness.
Czech Republic: Centre-right coalition defeats ruling ANO party
Together and the centre-left bloc announced on Saturday evening that they have signed a memorandum of their will to govern together.
This recyclable wind turbine will be a TV in 30 years
The world's first recyclable wind turbine blade has been invented, making wind turbines fully recyclable for the first time.
China's Xi calls for peaceful reunification with Taiwan
Taiwan and China split in 1949 amid civil war, with the then ruling Nationalist Party fleeing to the island as Mao Zedong's Communists swept to power on the mainland.
Russians flock to Serbia for Western-made COVID-19 vaccines
In Russia, the vaccination rate is low with just 29% of the country’s 146 million people now fully vaccinated.
12 stays of Christmas: Where to go this holiday season
From winter sun to festive markets, here are the best countries to book a December getaway now global travel is easing.
Ancient seeds defy sell-by 'date' to become oldest ever germinated
Seven date palm trees have been grown from 2000-year-old seeds that were found in the Judean desert near Jerusalem.