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COP26 to end a day late as key issues remain unresolved
Negotiators in Glasgow were still trying to find common ground on phasing out coal, when nations need to update their emission-cutting pledges and, especially, on money.
Probe launched over alleged rape at French presidential palace
A woman soldier working at the palace accused a fellow serviceman of rape, according to French President Emmanuel Macron's office.
Bannon indicted on contempt charges for defying congressional subpoena
Steve Bannon was indicted Friday on two counts of contempt of Congress after he defied a congressional subpoena from the House committee investigating the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Two Russians soldiers die in Belarus during exercises near Poland
The two soldiers' parachutes failed to function properly "due to a sudden strong gust of wind" during their jumps.
This flamingo paradise in France is threatened by rising sea levels
The rise in sea level will cause irreversible changes to the Camargue's unique ecosystem.
Hundreds protest at COP26 as negotiations draw to a close
Hundreds of civil society representatives at the COP26 conference chant as they march through the convention centre and leave it in sign of protest, denouncing the conference a "failure"
Activists dress as world leaders in COP26 protest
Activists on Friday posed as world leaders incapable of putting out the fire as the planet burns. Dressed as firefighters, the mock world leaders did little to tackle the climate crisis and to save a planet "on fire".
Brussels raises eurozone growth forecast but warns over energy prices
This outlook depends heavily on two factors: the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic and the pace at which supply adjusts to the rapid turnaround in demand following the re-opening of the economy.
What is endometriosis and why do we know so little about it?
In the UK, around 1.5 million women currently live with the condition, regardless of race or ethnicity.
Giant lizards choke on condoms as tourists have sex on Spanish beach
A new report finds that 300 ‘sex spots’ in the Dunes of Maspalomas are having a devastating impact on local plant and wildlife.
Why you should visit lakes, mountains and moors in Scotland and Wales
The UK is home to some stunning countryside, from beaches and lakes, to mountains and moors. Here’s our top places to visit in Scotland and Wales at any time of year.
Why Bulgaria is the perfect destination for sunbathing and skiing
With seven mountain ranges and 378 kilometres of coastline, Bulgaria is the best destination for both winter sports and chilling out on the beach.
Bulgaria gets ready for its third election in eight months
A new anti-establishment party, We Continue the Change, could be poised to take second place and form an opposition government.
Several casualties after explosion at a mosque in eastern Afghanistan
Taliban government officials say the explosion was the third recent attack on a Shiite Muslim mosque during Friday prayers.
Why you should visit 'the land of a thousand islands' in 2022
With a new bridge connecting the south of the country, Croatia is ready to welcome tourists in 2022.
Brexit: EU welcomes UK 'change in tone' on Northern Ireland trade row
EU and UK negotiators Maros Sefcovic and David Frost met in London and said talks will continue next week to try to settle the standoff on trading arrangements.
Would you pay €2 million to board this nuclear-powered superyacht?
The new superyacht, called Earth 300, will be free for scientists hoping to clean up our oceans and combat climate change.
Mass grave in Peru uncovers remains of those who lived before Columbus
Chan Chan was a citadel of the Chimu culture which prospered between the years 900 and 1450 before falling to the Incas.
Why are people on the frontlines of the climate crisis not at COP26?
Negotiations around money for the impacts of climate change need to involve the voices of those facing disaster right now.
Record daily number of migrants cross sea to reach UK
At least 1,185 people arrived on Thursday, the Home Office confirmed.
62-year-old Barbie: the fashion icon and ultimate child empowerment doll
Barbie has turned 62. Meet Kim Culmone, the businesswoman who has helped this famous doll evolve, stay fashionable and empower children over the years.
Latvia bans unvaccinated MPs from voting and suspends pay
Only 53.6% of Latvia's 1.9 million population is fully vaccinated, well below the EU average of 64.9%.
Thousands gather to celebrate Cologne Carnival after COVID hiatus
The celebration of the long-awaited carnival saw revellers dressed up as clowns, bees, pirates or tigers, unfazed by the country's spiking virus numbers.
Nine-day standoff ends as migrant ship allowed to dock in Sicily
"The relief on the Ocean Viking is indescribable."
What can space tell us about life on Earth?
Airbus’s space based environmental monitoring strategies are high-tech solutions helping tackle climate challenges.
Which country is turning olives into renewable energy?
The plant-based waste is turned into cylindrical pellets which act as biomass fuel to heat homes.
Terrorist linked to Paris attacks mastermind arrested in Bulgaria
The suspect was sentenced in 2015 by a Belgian court for his alleged role in an Islamist recruitment network.
Portugal's Catholic Church plans committee to probe child sex abuse
Leading Portuguese Catholics, including politicians and writers, had urged bishops to create a fully independent committee to investigate possible historic abuse.
London's Courtauld gallery to reopen after 3-year transformation
The historic listed building on the banks of the Thames welcomes visitors back to indulge in one of Europe's most prestigious art collections.
Germany's couriers to get bikes and phones from delivery app bosses
The ruling was a defeat for delivery app Lieferando, which employs around 10,000 riders in Germany.