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Italy and Portugal drawn in same World Cup playoff bracket
Either Italy and Portugal will fail to qualify for next year's tournament.
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'Green finance' is not worth the money. Post-COP26, we need a new approach to tackling climate change through finance, writes ESMT Berlin president Jörg Rocholl.
'I was suffocating': Mother speaks out to highlight obstetric violence
When women experience violence during childbirth it can lead to traumatic disorders that affect all aspects of their future lives. And yet in Germany, the topic is taboo.
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Europe's week: Fresh COVID wave and possible vaccine patent waiver
Fresh restrictions were imposed in multiple different countries across the continent, as caseloads continued to spike.
Luxor`s `Sphinx Avenue` reopens after years of excavations and restorations
A ceremony to celebrate the completion of renovation work of an ancient road lined with hundreds of statues of sphinxes and rams in Luxor, southern Egypt, was held on Thursday.
WHO labels new COVID-19 variant 'of concern', names it Omicron
"Preliminary evidence suggests an increased risk of infection with this variant, as compared to other VOCs (variants of concerns)," the United Nations' health agency said in a statement.
'Make Amazon Pay' demonstration held on Black Friday in London
A demonstration under the slogan "Make Amazon Pay" is held in London on Black Friday to protest the online retail giant's "exploitation of workers, communities, and our planet".
Less is more: The companies fighting Black Friday and overconsumption
Black Friday deliveries in the UK churned out emissions equivalent to 435 return flights from London to New York. So how can you put an end to unchecked overconsumption?
Afghan girl from famous cover portrait is evacuated to Italy
National Geographic magazine’s famed green-eyed “Afghan Girl” has arrived in Italy as part of the West’s evacuation of Afghans following the Taliban takeover of the country, the Italian government said.
Investigation opened after women claim former minister assaulted them
The Paris prosecutor opened an investigation after several women accused former French environment minister Nicolas Hulot of sexual assault and rape.
Oscar-tipped generational trauma in Almodovar's 'Parallel Mothers'
The esteemed Spanish director's latest film received considerable buzz at Venice Film Festival earlier this year, and has even been acquired by Netflix internationally.
Could the ‘dump of death’ near Mostar be making locals ill?
A landfill near Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina is leaking black fluid containing copper, lead, zinc, and arsenic at worrying levels according to test results taken by locals who are worried the dumpsite is attributed to deaths from cancer.
Famed Hermitage Museum stages virtual NFT exhibit V1
This is 'The Ethereal Aether', an exhibition held by Russian State Hermitage Museum.
Turkish court extends activist's detention despite pressure
Kavala, 64, is accused of funding nationwide anti-government protests in 2013 and helping orchestrate a coup attempt three years later.
Romanian National Bank launches first banknote with female personality
It is the first legal tender banknote which features a female personality: Ecaterina Teodoroiu.
Try these nature-filled destinations if South Africa was on your list
With travel bans returning to South Africa, we’ve rounded up some other great nature-filled destinations for holidaymakers.
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The face of the EU’s Green Deal on Europe’s climate ambitions
"We're on the side of climate justice" - Frans Timmermans, the face of the EU's green deal, talks COP26, nuclear energy, Nord Stream 2 and more.
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Venezuela, Chile and Uruguay protest against gender-based violence
Women in Caracas, Santiago and Montevideo take to the streets to demand an end to violence against women on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
This historic city is home to the UK’s largest light festival
After a long 2 years, Durham Lumiere, the UK’s biggest light festival was back and as beautiful as ever.
Travellers ‘bewildered’ by sudden ban on South Africa flights
After the sudden red-listing of ten southern African nations, visitors have a short and expensive window in which to leave.
UNESCO members adopt first global agreement on AI ethics
AI has gradually made its way into our lives. But the algorithms that enable it to function have also been misused in recent years, illustrating its dangers.
Hungary silently rejoins the EU's joint vaccine pool
The move comes as a surprise, after the Hungarian government signalled last May that it did not want any more vaccines from the EU's joint procurement scheme.
Belarus will not force migrants to return home, says Lukashenko
Lukashenko made his first public appearance at the Polish border since the start of the crisis.
Maradona fan names newborn son 'Diego' after twins 'Mara' and 'Dona'
Walter Rotundo and his wife welcomed their son by caesarean on Thursday to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the football legend's death.
Space can help solve Earth's most pressing challenges
The European Space Agency says space is critical to help solve Earth's most complex problems such as climate change.
'No optimism' over France-UK cooperation on migrants, says Amnesty
Amnesty International UK made the comments as tensions between London and Paris rise following the deaths of 27 migrants off the coast of Calais.
Meet Neige the cow: The International Agricultural Fair's latest star
Neige, a four-year-old cow raised on a family farm in Haute-Savoie, discovers newfound celebrity as mascot of the 2022 International Agricultural Fair.
Here are sustainable Black Friday shopping alternatives to Amazon
In order to compete with the retail giant Amazon, more and more brands offer an eco-friendly or more respectful alternative towards its workforce to online shoppers.
First virtual NFT exhibition launched at Russia's Hermitage Museum
Russia's famed Hermitage Museum has opened its first ever completely online display, showing NFT artworks in a digital space modelled on Saint Petersburg's old Stock Exchange.