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From lava spewing across Hawaii to icy dips in Antarctica. Here's what happened around the world this week.
Some 1.5 million penguins have been found on the remote Danger Islands.
David Harbour, who plays police chief Jim Hopper on Netflix series Stranger Things danced with the penguins in Antarctica on Valentine's Day to raise awareness into the environmental challenges facing this part of the world
Dutch professor alerts of a new crack that could create a massive iceberg at the Antarctic glacier, whose front has been retracting since 2000.
The icebreaker's crew formed the number 44 on the Antarctic ice.
The Antarctic continent, like the North Pole, is one
of the regions in the world most affected by global warming.
Robert Swan and his son, Barney, want to promote the use of renewable energy to fight climate change.
Only two chicks have survived out of 18,000 breeding pairs of Penguins in the eastern Antarctic
Cake thought to date back to British explorer Robert Falcon Scott’s ill-fated expedition to the region.
Two polar researchers became the first couple ever to marry in the British Antarctic Territory on Saturday, July 15.
A truly enormous iceberg has broken off Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf, changing the map of the continent forever.
Depending how you look at it
A rare ice formation has been spotted by an Australian scientist
The impending breakaway of what’s expected to be one of the world’s largest icebergs has moved a significant step closer, it’s been claimed.
Euronews spoke with the renowned documentary maker Luc Jacquet about his filming of a new chapter in the life of the emperor penguin.
At twice the size of the European country, experts estimate global sea levels could rise by as much as 10 cm if the Larsen C ice shelf were to break away into the South Atlantic.
Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, has been evacuated from the South Pole due to a medical condition.
24 countries and the EU agree the 1.55 million square kilometre Ross Sea marine park will be protected from commercial fishing for three to five years.
Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill flew to Russia’s Bellingshausen scientific station on the Island of Waterloo from Chile. The Patriarch’s spokesman
Patriarch Kirill, visiting Antarctica for the first time, has been to the continent’s only Russian Orthodox Church. Invited by the Russian Antarctic