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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Twelve movies go head-to-head at the ArteKino Festival online event
The festival, an alternative to the film mainstream, will continue its screening until the end of December, with features in six different languages.
Belgium's system for asylum-seekers unable to cope as winter closes in
FEDASIL, the government agency that deals with asylum seekers, says it is in a race against time to help the people in need.
Mexican author highlights role of drug traffickers' wives in new book
Narco wives are often portrayed as naive, perhaps suffering from bad luck, fundamentally innocent, and without any control over their destiny. But to the Mexican author, these women are much more than that.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia arrests 5 former Muslim soldiers for war crimes against Serbs
The suspects are accused of killing at least eight civilians in Sarajevo during the 1990s war.
Saudi man arrested in Paris 'not a suspect in Khashoggi murder'
Khalid al-Otaibi was arrested as he attempted to board a flight for Riyadh on Tuesday, French officials told Euronews.
Chile congress approves same-sex marriage bill
Chile's congress on Tuesday approved a long-awaited bill to legalize same-sex marriage, joining just a handful of countries in majority Catholic Latin America with similar laws.
What will Germany's new government mean for the EU?
Socialist Chancellor Olaf Scholz takes the reins in Berlin, meaning the bloc’s approach to some of its core issues could be about to change.
Shrimp-like creatures are sailing to new continents on plastic waste
A new study of the world's biggest plastic gyre has found coastal species living miles out from home on the open ocean.
Azeri army defuse and destroy landmines left behind after the war
Mine clearance operations conducted over the past week in Tartar, Aghdam, Fuzuli, Shusha, Gubadli, Jabrayil and Zangilan have found and cleared anti-personnel mines, 27 anti-tank mines and 19 pieces of unexploded ordnance (UXO).
German family deaths linked to fake COVID certificate, says prosecutor
The man suspected of killing his family and himself left a note indicating that he was afraid of being arrested after obtaining the fake certificate, investigators say.
NASA’s 10 new astronauts could one day walk on the Moon or Mars
NASA has revealed its latest cohort of astronauts. The six men and four women could be picked for upcoming missions to the Moon or Mars.
Two people killed after gunman opens fire at Moscow government centre
Russian authorities said a 45-year-old suspect had been arrested following the deadly shooting.
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How regenerative agriculture could 'totally transform' fashion
For World Soil Day, Arizona Muse takes us through the surprising power of the ground beneath our feet.
Here's the best nicknames for vehicles across the UK
Some keep it simple, some take it to the next level, but everyone has an attachment to their car.
Free trees are being handed out to the entire population in Wales
People who cannot take part in the scheme can choose for a free tree to be planted on their behalf.
French tightrope walker stuns Rio beachgoers with latest daring walk
Nathan Paulin elegantly manoeuvred the peaks of two hills on the sands of Rio's Red Beach.
UAE becomes first Gulf state to introduce 4.5 day working week
The government said it would “boost productivity and improve work-life balance” as the country aims to improve its competitiveness.
Health workers try to storm minister office in Brussels
Several thousand medical workers protested in Brussles on Tuesday to call for better working conditions and to oppose mandatory vaccinations against COVID-19.
Mobile libraries restart for the first time since Taliban takeover
Many schools in Afghanistan lack their own library, but after a three-month break, the Taliban's education ministry granted permission for the mobile libraries to restart.
Firemen search for survivors after building collapses in France
French rescue workers dug out the body of a man but also pulled a toddler and the child's mother alive from the rubble of a three-story apartment building that collapsed Tuesday in a suspected gas explosion on southern France's Mediterranean coast.
Hungarian deputy Fidesz minister accused of accepting bribes
Hungary’s chief prosecutor has submitted a motion calling for Pal Volner's parliamentary immunity to be revoked.
Finland PM Sanna Marin 'very sorry' for night out after COVID exposure
The Finnish Prime Minister has admitted that she "should have used better judgment" even though she did not break any official rules.
What are the most mispronounced words of 2021?
Newsreaders have stumbled over these words, but where do the biggest tongue-twisters of 2021 come from?
Who is Olaf Scholz and what kind of leader will he be for Germany?
He joined the Social Democrats at 17 but has been best-known for his ability to work with the CDU and Angela Merkel.
This 'liquid tree' in Belgrade is fighting back against air pollution
It contains six hundred litres of water and uses microalgae to bind carbon dioxide and produce pure oxygen through photosynthesis.
What is Earth’s black box and is it spying on us?
By recording our action and inaction on climate change, this giant steel box is hoping to prevent a future apocalypse.
UK abandoned its supporters in Afghanistan, says whistleblower
A former Foreign Office employee has stated that only 5% of Afghan nationals who applied to flee under one UK programme received help.
These paradise islands are still COVID-free despite a positive test
There have been zero COVID-19 cases in the small island nation to date.
Three Latvian MPs suspended from voting after refusing COVID jab
The MPs will also have their pay suspended.