Farmers say they are unfairly blamed for high nitrogen emissions and are demanding an "independent party" measures farms' emissions.
The Greek War of Independence was waged against the Ottoman Empire in 1821, and 1,300 Playmobil figures are depicting scenes from the war as well as everyday life at the time.
The Italian navigator has become a polarising figure in the country and there have been calls for Columbus Day to be renamed "Indigenous Peoples Day".
This bee-keeping initiative inTanzania is giving 1,200 Maasai women financial independence, while turning them into conservationists of the land they live on.
Two-starred chef Yves Mattagne is swapping waffle toppings from strawberries and cream to lobster and foie gras, while three-starred Sergio Herman is dusting frites with olive powder and basil.
The 30-metre Energy Observer acts a "floating lab" for testing green maritime technology. It harnesses three renewable energies – solar, wind and hydro – to propel the boat and charge its batteries.
The Victor is a 4-metre figure with a falcon in his left hand and a sword in his right, on a 13-metre pedestal. It commemorates Serbia's triumph over both the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires.
Germany's National Gallery is celebrating 100 years since women were admitted to the Berlin Academy of Arts. An exhibition is being held of works by female artists who defied the odds to produce art in the years before this.
Women had been banned from stadiums when men's teams are playing since soon after the 1979 Islamic revolution. But 4,000 women's tickets were allocated for the World Cup qualifier between Iran and Cambodia.
Last weekend a train had to make an emergency stop to avoid hitting a group of tourists. Authorities have said dozens of cafés must now close by this weekend.
The show will tell the story of the puppet Karli, whose mother is battling addiction. There are 5.7 million children under 11 living with a parent with a substance abuse problem in the US.
The exhibition "Very British: A German Point of View" includes a Brexit countdown clock.
There is no longer any need to choose between football and golf at the weekends. Footgolf – football played on the golf course – is one of the fastest growing sports worldwide.
Nick Hague and Alexey Ovchinin spent 203 days on the ISS, orbiting Earth 3,248 times and travelling 86.1 million miles. Spaceflight participant Hazzaa Ali Almansoori was the first person from the UAE to fly in space.
Words people have declared they would save include 'caspita' (golly) and 'perdinci' (by jingo).
The Frieze London art fair has opened to the public, hosting galleries from 35 countries. Big names on display include Jeff Koons, Sterling Ruby and British artist Ryan Gander.
Wine growing is becoming increasingly popular in Sweden, with 40 vineyards now found in the country, concentrated in the south.
Do octopuses dream? This is the question marine biologists are asking after watching this one sleep. They believe her colour changes could indicate what's happening in her dreams.
After the financial crisis almost brought its centuries-old silk industry to an end, Greece's economic recovery has seen demand for fashion products revived.
Thousands took to the streets on Sunday to raise awareness of the plight of the Amur tiger. Tiger Day has been held annually for 20 years, with children leading the march.
The Bangladeshi capital is one of the most congested cities in the world, and it can take more than an hour to drive 6 kilometres – close to walking speed
The four shortlisted pieces will be on display in Margate from Saturday.
The future involves drinks imprinted with selfies and recipes based on the brain's individual response to smells. Bartenders also used machines such as centrifuges and rotavaps to extract flavours.
Movie fans can also bid on a baseball signed by both Joe DiMaggio and his wife, Marilyn Monroe.
The coffin of the priest Nedjemankh was made in Egypt between approximately 150 and 50 BC. Antiquities theft has flourished in Egypt since its 2011 uprising.
Guiding the shoots and grafting branches allows the chair to grow fully formed and is a sustainable alternative to the carbon-heavy process of cutting down trees to make furniture.