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Which tiny African nation has its very own ski resort?
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Meet the man hoping to make Africa's first Michelin-starred restaurant
Congolese chef Dieuveil Malonga has visited 38 of Africa's 54 countries, bringing back an abundance with techniques and ingredients with him. Now his sights are are set on blending afro-fusion cuisine with fine dining.
Meet Zhang Wenquan: China’s Olympic Games superfan collector
The construction worker's €55,000 collection will be displayed across schools and universities in the run-up to this year's Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Which famous Russian travel route has been turned into a model city?
The well-known tourist path of cities east and north of Moscow have been recreated through a model display exhibit that features tiny transport systems, landmarks, and even tinier people.
Cristiano Ronaldo statue in India's Goa, divides opinions of locals
A statue of Cristiano Ronaldo, commissioned to inspire the youth of India, has received backlash given Portugal's colonial past in the Goa region.
Italy recovers €10 million worth of stolen art from around the world
Italy’s Culture Minister welcomed the return of more than 200 prized antiquities valued at over 10 million euros that had been located in prestigious US museums and galleries after illegal trafficking.
Ski resort expansion is destroying some of the last living glaciers
Patagonia's latest documentary tells the story of a mega ski resort development that is about to destroy glaciers in the Alps.
Meet the Russian artist creating uniquely Lenin-inspired skull beads
Aleksey Zaslavskiy, a Russian craftsman, creates skull beads of Vladimir Lenin in order to explore different perceptions of the historical figure.
Vicious squirrel attacks and injures residents in Welsh town
The animal lashed out at the elderly, children and pets too.
Animals at Berlin zoo feast on Christmas tree leftovers
It's the traditional Christmas meal for the animals at Berlin Zoo: unwanted fir Christmas trees served up as treats for elephants, reindeer and creatures to enjoy.
Spanish revellers honour yearly tradition by hurling eggs and flour
Revellers from the southeastern Spanish town of Ibi celebrated a quirky 200-year-old festival known as Els Enfarinats. The traditional get-together requires participants to dress in military outfits and stage a mock takeover using flour, eggs and firecrackers.
The most striking photos of 2021 and the stories behind them
Here are this year's photography highlights - featuring the refugee crisis, sporting triumphs, global disasters and moments of awe-inspiring humanity.
Immersion in the world of fairytales in Hans Christian Andersen museum
Hans Christian Andersen is being celebrated in his hometown of Odense, with a new museum designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, which combines biographical elements with a fantasy world.
Musical instruments made from recycled junk help disadvantaged youths
A Spanish orchestra brings together disadvantaged youths using instruments made from recycled materials.
Rescued bears open their Christmas gifts in sanctuary
Animals Asia staff made sure that all the rescued bears at the NGO's sanctuary in Vietnam got something this Christmas.
Flying gardeners defy gravity to keep Milan's vertical forest alive
It takes a special kind of gardener to look after a vertical forest
Air pollution in Europe: These are the worst-hit cities to live in
According to a study by the company Airly, fine particle pollution is particularly high in the cities of the Balkans and Central Europe.
Reindeer herders struggle as climate change threatens their future
Herders in Finnish Lapland are already seeing climate change alter weather patterns and affect their herd's food supply.
Visit the birthplace of Sweden's festive peppermint candy canes
In 1859, a new confection emerged on the market in the small town of Gränna, Sweden. It was a hard, minty candy with red and white stripes, created by Amalia Eriksson
Santa Claus or Spiderman? Kids spending Xmas in hospital get a treat
A firefighter dressed as Santa Claus climbed down the wall of a children's hospital in Barcelona to surprise those spending Christmas there.
'Merry Christmas': World's first SMS sells for €107,000 at NFT auction
Vodafone auctions the world's first SMS, sent in December 1992, in the form of a Non-Fungible Token (NFT), a certificate guaranteeing its ownership, for 107,000 euros.
Meet the flying sea turtle who travelled 8,000 kilometres to Scotland
This injured sea turtle flew from the sunny Maldives to her new home in the Scottish lochs
Are the UK government's fishing licences illegal?
Conservation charity Oceana is calling for stronger restrictions in Marine Protected Areas.
ART TRENDS 2022: Video Art is back in the room
Given the opportunity, audiences across Europe will be returning in 2022 to view video art in more immersive scenarios than their living rooms, bedrooms and home offices.
Ice sculptors transform Russian city into winter wonderland
Working in sub-zero temperatures, ice sculptors have turned the Siberian city of Tomsk into a festive paradise through the city's annual design competition.
Titanic exhibition in London retells tragic stories and heroic deeds
'Titanic The Exhibition' is taking a fresh look at the tragedy of the ill-fated ocean liner, which sank in 1912 on its maiden voyage