Resistance to antibiotics could pose a greater threat to human survival than climate change, Britain's chief medical officer has warned.
The pool is free and the only rule is that the children must have clean feet to climb aboard.
Romania is going ahead with the controversial export of 70,000 live sheep to the Persian Gulf. That is despite Brussels urging them not to because “extreme temperatures” would make it impossible to guarantee the animals would not suffer in transit.
The project was organised by the "Urban Shepherds" collective, to encourage cities to rethink urban and rural divides and integrate more farm animals into day-to-day living.
Traditional tools came to the fore in Russia at the weekend with the holding of an annual scything competition.
Linen is a fabric that has been manufactured for thousands of years but its eco-friendly credentials be the answer to modern fashion sustainability.
The UK's Queen Elizabeth II was offered help with the task, which she refused, saying: "No, no. I'm more than capable."
After two decades of negotiations, the EU and South American bloc Mercosur announced they reached a "historic" agreement on a free-trade treaty on Friday.
What's in the historic deal and what are its critics' concerns?
Lufeng County, home to the spectacle, is renowned for numerous discoveries of dinosaur remains from the Jurassic period.
China's vice minister for agriculture was elected on Sunday to lead the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the first Chinese national to run the 74-year-old agency at a time when climate change is leaving more people hungry.
As dawn broke over the archaeological site of Tiwanaku indigenous Aymara raised their hands towards the first rays of the morning sun to welcome the Aymara New Year, 5527.
Across a continent where 80% of food is produced by smallholder farmers, digital technologies and innovations are a game changer in transforming African agriculture.
An undercover video released by a French animal rights group showed live cows whose sides have been perforated with a "porthole" into their stomach to study their digestion.
The 14,000 square metre plant produces environmentally friendly protein used in pet food and fed to egg-laying chickens.
Sardinian farmers say it could be too late to halt a 'bibilical' invasion of locusts destroying crops and affecting their livestock.
Animal protein is particularly important in developing countries where undernutrition is high, but widespread access to affordable and safe meat, fish, milk and eggs in Europe has also contributed to our nutrition security – and our freedom to choose a diverse diet.
Thirty-three Russian drivers braved summer heat, mud and dust to join a unique tractor race in the southern Rostov region on Sunday (June 2).
The country boasts the largest number of potato varieties in the world – more than 3,500.
Free-roaming cows in Poland, whose intended slaughter had sparked a national outcry, have secured a last-minute reprieve.
The Russian government has placed restrictions on public institutions from purchasing international wines
With a rebuilt railroad, a port and a brand new airport, the province of Benguela - one of Angola's trading powerhouses - has been reborn, bringing with it booming businesses and a flood of investment opportunities.
One of the biggest issues for rural voters in the European Union elections is the future of the Common Agriculture Policy. The Commission has proposed a significant cut in farm spending to use scarce financial resources to tackle new challenges like security.
The Ploughing Ceremony produced a prediction that there will be enough water for farming while rice, food, and fruits will be abundant this year.
Around 5,000 people gathered at a Swedish dairy farm on Saturday (May 4) to watch a herd of very 'happy cows' jump at their first chance of the year to run free into green pastures after a long, dark winter.
After arriving in Spain, the Road Trip team asks locals about their concerns for the country's future.
Damages will be decided in the next phase of the trial.