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One dead as cable car crashes in northern Czech Republic
The accident in Liberec occurred on Sunday afternoon when one of the two cabins crashed to the ground.
Lights festival in Madrid celebrates UNESCO recognition
Spain's capital Madrid was lit up for LuzMadrid, part of the International Festival of Light. It celebrates UNESCO's decision to declare the city's 16th-century El Retiro Park a World Heritage Site.
COP26: Pope Francis hopes 'cry of the Earth and of the poor' is heard
Addressing worshippers in St Peter's Square, the pope urged people to pray that the UN conference "may give effective answers offering concrete hope to future generations".
Contemporary composer Alexey Shor takes centre stage at InClassica International Music Festival
Contemporary composer Alexey Shor was one of the composers who featured at the 2021 InClassica International Music Festival, with a series of his most beloved pieces performed by renowned soloists and orchestras. He received high praise from audiences, musicians, and critics.
Canary Islands volcano still erupting, ash worries locals
According to emergency officials, some lava flows reached a height of 40 meters (over 130 feet) as strong magma overflows from the previous days didn't advance much.
Rising sea level forces villagers to leave coastal areas
Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable to flooding and extreme weather. As cyclones and tidal surges hit its coastal regions, agriculture is being lost and people are being forced to abandon their lands.
'Last, best hope': UK appeals for climate action as COP26 opens
The UN climate summit is underway in Glasgow, bringing together almost 200 countries to find solutions on how to tackle intensifying global warming.
Leaders of the G20 throw coins inside the Trevi Fountain
G20 leaders gathered next to Rome's Trevi fountain, participating in the traditional ritual of throwing a coin into the fountain.
Russia and much of eastern Europe struggle to contain COVID-19 cases
Authorities in Russia and eastern Europe take various measures to combat COVID-19, as vaccine scepticism contributes to rising infections.
La Palma volcano attracts thousands of visitors for holiday weekend
Trips to visit the Canary island over the All Saints' Day holiday weekend have sold out as thousands clamour to see the erupting Cumbre Vieja volcano.
Panama: Everything you need to know to plan the holiday of a lifetime
Full of lush rainforests, tropical birds and unique ecosystems, Panama is a great place for eco-tourists to visit. Here’s our top things to do in this diverse country.
COP26: 'Action now!' demand activists as thousands arrive in Glasgow
Many demonstrators have travelled from across Europe to attend the summit, demanding that leaders turn words into action on the climate crisis.
Tech this week: Tesla and Hertz’ $4bn deal and Facebook under pressure
Tesla and Hertz have made a deal that ranks at the top of the list of electric vehicle orders by a single company while Facebook was put in the hotseat by the UK government.
EU and US reach agreement to settle rift over Trump-era tariffs
The Trump administration placed taxes on EU steel and aluminum in 2018 claiming a threat to US national security, in a move that damaged European producers and American companies.
Four Seasons, Milan: 5* luxury in Italy’s most stylish city
You can feel how many illustrious people have walked the corridors and strolled through the gorgeous courtyard of this hotel.
G20 leaders make mild pledges on carbon neutrality and coal financing
As the COP26 climate conference begins in Glasgow, activists criticise the lack of concrete commitments undertaken by G20 leaders at their Rome summit.
Seaweed-eating sheep could hold the key to reducing methane emissions
Animals on a remote Scottish island have a habit of munching on seaweed and it has inspired scientists that are tackling climate change.