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Talks stall between Greece and UK over return of ancient Elgin marbles
The marbles — 17 figures and part of a frieze that decorated the 2,500-year-old Acropolis monument — were taken by Lord Elgin, the British ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, in the early 19th century.
Biden signs $1T infrastructure bill with bipartisan audience
The president hopes to use the law to build back his popularity and says it will deliver jobs, clean water, high-speed internet and a clean energy future.
In 2 days, 10 migrants die trying to reach Spanish islands
o far this year, more than 17,000 migrants and refugees have reached the Canary Islands by boat, a 24% increase compared to the same period last year.
'Significant' Russian military build-up near Ukraine stoke tensions
“We call on Russia to be transparent about its military activities,” NATO's chief Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday.
Scores of migrants leave camp for Belarus-Poland border
Hundreds of migrants remained stranded at Belarus' border with Poland on Monday as the European Union agreed to slap further sanctions on the former Soviet nation. Amid the crisis, Poland has also reinforced its side of the frontier with 15,000 soldiers, in addition to border guards and police.
Word of the Week: Strategic Compass
Much as been said about EU's newest tool, but what does it mean and where is this compass leading the bloc?
Gaza City: Palestinian amputees take the plunge
Palestinian amputees compete in a swimming competition organised by the Palestinian Paralympic Committee, at the first internationally sized semi-Olympic pool in the Gaza Strip. They are hoping to be selected to represent the national team in future tournaments.
Fallen former PM François Fillon appeals fraud conviction in Paris
Fillon's appeal, which takes the form of a full retrial, comes as the country begins preparing for new elections in April 2022.
France’s Culture Pass: Who is eligible and what can you buy with it?
Young people across France are being offered the chance to access concerts, museums, and books for free as part of President Macron's new plan.
These vitamin-rich ocean plants could be the answer to food shortages
Eating microalgae could be the answer to food shortages, scientists say
The Spanish inventor creating electricity from nature
"Imagine, being in the middle of a park or a street and being able to touch a plant and turn on the lights of that specific area."
Cocaine is being hidden in plastic waste, claims new investigation
A new report reveals how illicit flows and organised crime groups are worsening the world's 'heartbreaking' plastic waste problem.
When will COP26 decisions have an impact on our planet?
In the wake of the COP26 climate summit, we take a look at when the decisions taken in Glasgow will have an impact on our planet, and report on a new European initiative to measure CO2 emissions more accurately.
What are sponge cities and could they solve the water crisis in China?
Sponge cities are being built as a new type of eco-city offering a strategy to incorporate the water cycle into town planning.
What it's like shopping at Tesco's new checkout-free store in London
What's it like walking out of a supermarket with your groceries without scanning a thing? We try it out to see if it's more than just a novelty.
Hong Kong's growing cultural district helps local art scene thrive
Hong Kong's art scene is growing by leaps and bounds and the new West Kowloon Cultural District is part of this new cultural ecosystem.
Santa Paws: South African canines sled on sandy beaches
Every Saturday, locals and tourists alike are treated to the scene of a team of huskies pulling a sled along the white sands of Muizenberg beach, getting a dose of much-needed exercise just outside of Cape Town.
Macron reverts French flag to navy blue from lighter EU shade
Previously, the shade was lighter to match the blue of the European Union flag as decided by President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing in 1976.
Discover Africa on a plate at Expo 2020 Dubai
At Expo 2020 Dubai, countries from around the world will showcase their national dishes, giving visitors the opportunity to taste traditional and specialised cuisines from more than 200 different outlets. Perhaps the most underrated cuisine currently making an impact is from Africa.
Benicassim's cultural scene goes beyond music festivals — here's how
We show you around the municipality's top spots.
Newborn lion triplets unveiled to public in Germany
Newborn lion triplets at an animal park in western Germany were unveiled to the public and named on Monday. The cubs at Gelsenkirchen Zoo are all female and their names are Jamila, Kumani and Malaika.
'Grab it fast. I beg you': Merkel's jab plea amid record German cases
"Now it (the vaccine) is here, and all we have to do is grab it," said Merkel. "Grab it fast. I beg you, join in and try to convince relatives and friends, too."
Poland arrests three over 'disgraceful' anti-Semitic demonstration
Polish authorities have faced questions as to why it took so long to make the arrests, given that the incident was widely reported in Poland.
Is Rome on the brink of a renaissance?
A new mayor and tourists returning have sparked claims of a revival in the Italian capital. But not everyone is so optimistic.
NATO expresses concern over Russia's troop build-up near Ukraine
Kyiv says about 90,000 Russian soldiers are stationed near the frontier.
Tesla driver claims self-driving car 'forced itself' into collision
A Tesla driver taking part in the beta test of the company's driver assist technology claimed their car 'forced itself' into a different lane, causing an accident earlier this month.
Why is the EU suing Portugal?
Portugal has “continually and persistently” exceeded the annual nitrogen dioxide limit in parts of Lisbon and Porto.
FBI was hit by a fake email cyberattack. Here’s what you need to know
The growing number of cyberattacks since the COVID pandemic began has spared no major organisation - not even the FBI.
How this Italian city defied China in spotlighting dissident artist
After letters of "veiled economic threats" from one country to another, Brescia takes the plunge in opening Europe up to the work of Badiucao.
French film 'Petite Nature' wins big at Thessaloniki Film Festival