Euronews correspondent Shona Murray spoke to Sunday World reporter Patricia Devlin who has been targeted for her work in Northern Ireland.
The huge parachute used by NASA’s Perseverance rover to land on Mars contained a secret message, thanks to a puzzle lover on the spacecraft team.
San Marino isn’t an EU member and was excluded from the deals the 27-nation bloc negotiated with pharmaceutical firms.
Bookings to Spain, Greece and other destinations soared after Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement but there is still uncertainty surrounding international travel.
The country dealt with the virus relatively well until December, but has since seen cases soar largely due to the spread of the highly contagious British variant.
The former Capitol police chief and federal agencies blame each other for their failure to stop supporters of ex-President Trump from storming the building on January 6.
Two Democratic members of the US Congress have urged a dozen cable, satellite, and streaming TV companies to crack down on health and political misinformation.
The gold star had to be cut free from the wreckage and has undergone surgery for what his agent said were 'serious injuries' to his legs.
How the Romantic poet lives on: scientists from the Institute for Digital Archaeology have 'virtually recreated him' thanks to Computer Generated Imagery.
The case relaunched in December centres on an actress in her twenties who has accused the star of sexually assaulting her twice in August 2018.
Europe’s most active volcano has been lighting up the Sicilian night sky with eruptions.
Ukraine has accused Russia of violating human rights and carrying out "targeted assassination operations of alleged opponents".
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the growth of digital labour platforms. Now their workers need better social protection, says the International Labour Organization.
For more than a week protests have raged over the jailing of rapper Pablo Hasél, whose sentence has ignited a heated debate over freedom of expression in Spain.
Rescue workers in Egypt were still searching for at least five people missing after a boat sank in Lake Mariut near Alexandria on Monday night.
The businessman is regarded as one of the most influential figures in Latvian politics.
Turkey's Minister of Defence said that four Greek fighter jets had flown close to the ship TCG Cesme, but Athens has denied the allegations.