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Macron launches 500-day countdown to 2024 Paris Olympics
Macron thanked the 45,000 volunteers mobilizing to make the Games “a success” and again trumpeted the 5,000 new sports grounds that are in the works. Officials are pushing to get infrastructure and sites ready in time, with projects pockmarking many of Paris’ boulevards
Beyoncé becomes most decorated artist in Grammy Award history
Beyoncé collected her 32nd gong but it was British heartthrob Harry Styles who walked away with Best Album of the Year.
Opening ceremony of Atlantis The Royal in Dubai
Atlantis The Royal, billed as the world’s most ultra-luxury resort has opened in Dubai.
Thousands of Muslims gather in Bangladesh for religious gathering
Bangladesh is hosting the 56th edition of the annual gathering of Bishwa Ijtema. The event takes place in the town of Tongi, by the banks of the River Turag, after two years of hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
How to travel to the Queen’s funeral in London and what to do
Funeral details, key dates, venues, how to get around and where to stay in central London to honour Queen Elizabeth II.
'Never forget': US marks more than two decades since 9/11 attacks
Speaking at the Pentagon on Sunday, President Joe Biden called on Americans to stand up for democracy on days beyond the anniversary.
Cannon salutes ring out across the UK to honour Queen Elizabeth II
Ninety-six cannon salutes rang out across the UK simultaneously to honour every year that Queen Elizabeth II was alive.
Spain marks five years since terror attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils
Sixteen people were killed and dozens more injured during two days of terror in 2017.
Guards at India-Pakistan border perform ceremony on independence anniversary
Pakistani and Indian border guards take part in a daily ceremony at the Wagah border post as Pakistan celebrates the 75th anniversary of its independence.
Shiite pilgrims gather for mourning month in Basra
Shiite Muslims take part in a mourning ritual in Iraq's southern city of Basra.
Oran 2022 Mediterranean Games: the best moments
Focus looks back at the best moments from this year's Mediterranean Games in Oran.
China's Xi defends Hong Kong rule on 25th anniversary of handover
China's leader defended his vision for the territory at events marking the 1997 handover from Britain, which accuses Beijing of trampling on human rights.
After 47 years, the Mediterranean Games return to Algeria
The multisport event, which began on 25th June, brings together more than 3000 athletes from 26 countries of the Mediterranean region.
The European Inventor Award honours innovators in every field
The European Patent Office (EPO) celebrates the best and most innovative breakthroughs in its annual European Inventor Award.
Tony Awards: Key takeaways from the 2022 ceremony
The 75th annual Tony Awards took place at Radio City Music Hall in New York for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic. The Lehman Trilogy, Company and A Strange Loop picked up the show's most prestigious awards
These Ukrainian soldiers refuse to let war stop their wedding
In a touching act of love, these soldiers tied the knot on a battleground amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Oil, new, borrowed, blue: Man marries the sea in protest against spill
After 11,000 barrels of crude oil were spilled into Peru’s South Pacific Ocean, an activist has 'married the sea' in a moving ecological protest.
IOC chief Thomas Bach calls for peace as 2022 Winter Olympics close
Traditional closing ceremony fireworks marked the end of the most locked-down Games ever, as the IOC president used his address to call for vaccine equity.
Pomp and punk as Germany's Angela Merkel gets military tribute
A song by East German-born punk singer Nina Hagen was among those requested by the outgoing Chancellor as she was treated to a traditional send-off.
Giant Jewish menorah lights up the start of Hanukkah in Berlin
Hundreds of people in Berlin celebrated the start of the Jewish festival of Hanukkah on Sunday by lighting a giant menorah in front of the Brandenburg Gate.