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Watch: Spanish volunteers start collection drive for food banks
Under the slogan "eating should not be a luxury", volunteers started the annual food donation drive for Spain's network of food banks.
Thousands of Australians strip for Tunick cancer awareness photo shoot
New York-based artist Spencer Tunick's naked art installation was aimed at raising awareness about melanoma, Australia's fourth most common form of cancer.
Re-elected Kazakh president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev is sworn in
In a lavish ceremony, Kazakhstan’s leader since 2019 was re-invested as President after an election where he won over 80% of the vote, according to national authorities.
Ukrainians find shelter in famous monastery
Amidst the ruins of a previously peaceful and sleepy town in Ukraine, a famous monastery is one of the only building still standing. It is now providing shelter for the people who decided to stay behind.
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Meet the team tracking humpback whale scars in Iceland
Escaping a fishing net is not the end of the tale for humpback whales. These researchers are investigating what happens next.
Will local Serbian plum brandy 'sljivovica' make the UNESCO List?
Will Serbs' local plum brandy 'sljivovica' make it for the UNESCO List?
World Cup: Poland win, France v Denmark, Argentina under pressure
Here's everything you need to know about the football action at the World Cup today -- at a glance.
Emperor Charles V's secret code cracked after five centuries
A team of researchers has cracked a five-century-old code which reveals a rumoured French plot to kill Charles V who was both the Holy Roman Emperor and the King of Spain.
Hungry sheep return Pompeii to ancient and traditional technology
A flock of 150 sheep have been mobilised to maintain the greenery surrounding the ruins of the ancient city of Pompeii as part of a sustainable agricultural initiative for the archaeological site.
WATCH: Greenpeace activists stage Black Friday protest in Madrid
On Friday Greenpeace activists in Madrid targeted shops holding sales, with signs such as ‘made for the bin’. The group says the high levels of consumerism and production encouraged by the reductions leads to higher levels of carbon dioxide emissions, as well as unnecessary waste.
'The explosions keep roaring': No rest in Kherson from Russian assault
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges in Kherson describes "a city on the edge" as residents try to shelter from random Russian shelling that has caused many casualties.
New 3D probe can help doctors better repair babies' hearts
The probe helps surgeons examine the functioning of the heart and the quality of surgery with great precision - even if the patients weigh only 5 kg.
Delegates extend protection to 54 shark species from global trade
Studies say the number of threatened shark species has more than doubled in the last decade.