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In the first 40 days that people could start buying mobile internet access, 1.8 million Cubans did.
The dye pits in Kano have been in operation for five centuries, but are now reported to be the last of their kind. Many pits have been abandoned as young people turn to city jobs instead of traditional trades.
Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky, who is known for his role playing the Ukrainian president in a popular television show, is actually now the frontrunner for Ukraine's top job, according to a recent poll
A team of American researchers are trying to find out why zebras have stripes, and it involves blood-sucking flies.
On Thursday, Italy's competition authority issued a penalty of €3 million to Ryanair and €1 million to Wizzair.
One creation used 8kg of chocolate – not far off the 6kg the average Belgian eats in a year.
Euronews looks at why people are continuing to protest in Sudan
The draw was made at lunchtime at UEFA's HQ.
They've not arrived yet, but Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are making a splash in Hanoi...
The new bill maintains that resident permits for refugees are temporary, which must be "withdrawn or exempted when possible..."
FIFA invesgiation finds Chelsea breached strict rules on signing under-18s
Ian Austin says he has had enough of Labour's lurch to the "hard-Left" amid a growing row over anti-semitism/
Hayabusa 2 touched down on the Ryugu asteroid and will bring back the biggest number of samples from space since astronauts landed on the moon