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Christmas dinner: How suppliers are struggling amid UK labour deficit
Farming is one of several sectors suffering from an acute lack of workers, as official figures on Tuesday showed a record 1.2 million job vacancies in the UK.
Italian church oratory thief was inspired by 'Lupin' TV series
A young man in Italy has admitted to stealing from a church oratory, saying he had "learned techniques" from the popular French TV series "Lupin".
Expo 2020 Dubai finally opens as the UAE turns 50
Expo 2020 Dubai has finally opened but whilst the UAE turns 50 and the nation unveils economic initiatives, the UK struggles to cope with HGV drivers and fuel shortages.
Kim reviews powerful missiles at weapon convention
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reviewed powerful missiles developed to launch nuclear strikes on the U.S. mainland, as he vowed to build an “invincible” military to cope with what he called persistent U.S. hostility, state media reported Tuesday.
Royals attend military parade marking Spain's Day
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain presided over Spain's annual military parade in central Madrid Tuesday, in celebration of the country's national day.
9 tiny villages where celebrities have secret holiday homes
Have you ever wondered where the rich and famous live outside of LA? Here are 9 surprisingly small spots that celebs call home.
Holocaust survivor-author Eddie Jaku dies in Sydney aged 101
“Eddie Jaku was a beacon of light and hope for not only our community, but the world,” New South Wales state Jewish Board of Deputies chief executive officer Darren Bark said in a statement.
EU announces €1 billion in humanitarian aid for Afghanistan
As part of the new package, Brussels will send financial support to neighbouring countries in order to avoid a potential migration crisis.
Thousands locked down as La Palma volcano destroys cement works
Aerials images from La Palma shows lava pouring down the slopes towards an industrial zone and destroying a cement works, raising fresh fears of toxic gases.
Why is Snoop Dogg betting big on Europe’s cannabis scene?
The rapper is the co-founder of Casa Verde, a VC fund based in Los Angeles that focuses on the cannabis industry.
Comics: Astérix returns in 'Astérix and the Griffon'
Astérix and his red-haired best friend Obélix make a return in this brand new adventure and the last story that Albert Uderzo was able to supervise.
Greta Thunberg-UN climate case singles out the wrong countries | View
Yesterday's decision on climate change and children's rights was historic - but the worst violators are still getting a free pass, writes Iveta Cherneva.
Energy security dominates EU-Ukraine summit as prices surge
The annual summit between Brussels and Kyiv was held in the Ukrainian capital on Tuesday.
European electricity companies return to coal as gas prices soar
"The electricity transition is happening but not with the urgency required: emissions are going in the wrong direction."
Could learning chess in school help us in our moves through life?
A new program devised by female chess superstar Judit Polgá hopes to inspire a more unique approach to educational systems.
How Poland’s communist-era churches rebelled against the regime
A remarkable record of individual design and craftsmanship, Poland's Communist-Era Churches pay homage to experimental forms that still wow today.
Pedro Sánchez calls for unity as Spain celebrates National Day
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez was booed by some members of the public as he arrived at the traditional military parade in Madrid.
La Palma volcano: Fresh evacuations as farmers warn of catastrophe
The Cumbre Vieja volcano has continued to spew lava since it erupted three weeks ago.
Brexit: UK's Lord Frost offers EU 'new legal text' on N Ireland
David Frost's speech in Portugal follows a war of words between London and Brussels over the post-Brexit protocol that the UK government wants changed.
Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich bid to host American Football games
The NFL is hoping to host a regular-season game in Düsseldorf, Frankfurt or Munich in 2022.
Villagers are saving their castle from owner who 'pretends to be dead'
After a money laundering affair and alleged €12 million fraud, the owner is now in prison awaiting trial where prosecutors accuse him of pretending to be dead to escape justice.
Bullfighting banned from Spain's €400 COVID 'culture recovery voucher'
Offering cultural opportunities to young people in this way is expected to cost the state around €190 million. But traditional bullfighting is not on the table - here's why.
Crypto trading is thriving in Nigeria despite official disapproval
Authorities in Nigeria, including its central bank, are actively discouraging crypto use. But that is not stopping traders in Africa's leading economy.
Latvia declares three-month state of emergency as COVID-19 cases rise
Under the new rules, masks are mandatory in all public buildings and only essential shops will be open at weekends.
Migrants hit by train in France were 'sleeping or lying' on the tracks
The incident occurred on Tuesday morning near Saint-Jean-de-Luz station, close to France’s border with Spain.
Roquefort makers feeling blue over nutri system that 'defies heritage'
The Nutri-Score is based on five letters and a color code, according to the nutritional quality of each foodstuff. The Nutri-Score of 90% of cheeses, including Roquefort, is D and E - the least nutritious.
Alar Karis sworn in as Estonia's new president
He was the only candidate for the job.
Catholic Church sex abuse claims: Vatican has immunity, rules ECHR
Abuse victims seeking compensation from the Holy See and Catholic leaders were told Belgian courts had no jurisdiction over the Vatican.
Macron unveils €30bn plan to revive French industry with high tech
With six months until France’s presidential election, Emmanuel Macron is hedging his bets on tech to revive the country’s economic fortunes.
This ‘surreal’ water feature in Dubai bathes guests in colourful water
The installation is combining the creativity of humankind with the power of nature.