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Public portrait gallery of conflict casualties taken down by Taliban
The organisers want the governments in charge of Afghanistan to be held responsible for the atrocities of war.
Why are skiing holidays in France becoming a thing of the past?
Watch these skiers make the most of Europe's climate-stricken slopes
This Sri Lankan sanctuary hotel is a haven for wildlife lovers
Over the last 15 years, Vil Uyana has transformed 11 hectares of land into a conservation paradise.
Ship strikes threaten the 1.3 million whales left in our oceans
NGO World Sustainable Organisation has launched a certification campaign to raise awareness of the danger of ship strikes.
How do you count an ant colony?: London Zoo takes stock of its animals
Equipped with clipboards and calculators, zookeepers tried to keep a straight face while counting every resident at London Zoo.
These Finnish trainers contain 21 cups of coffee
Recycling your coffee grounds could prevent a global bean shortage
Annual Greek cold water plunge causes a splash on day of Epiphany
Orthodox Christians across Greece came together for Epiphany Day with a dive into cold sea water in the name of retrieving a wooden cross.
Serbia's Orthodox Christians gather for January's Christmas traditions
Though Serbia's COVID-19 figures are at new highs, hundreds attended the traditional Christmas Eve Divine Liturgy in the St. Sava temple in Belgrade, Serbia.
Royal Mint unveils new coins of Queen to celebrate Platinum Jubilee
The Royal Mint in the UK has revealed additional commemorative coins for Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee. They feature a new portrait of the Queen on the back of a horse.
CES 2022: Metaverse takes centre stage at world’s largest tech show
VR headsets, ‘metamobility’ and metaverse kits were just some of the technology on display at CES in Las Vegas which finished today.
Europe’s greenest city has free public transport and highways for bees
In this Baltic capital, being green is top of the agenda
Anna Gasser: the athlete pushing the boundaries of female snowboarding
Sports that were once considered a fad, like Snowboarding and Skateboarding have in recent years seen entire cultures develop around them. Meet the woman helping that happen.
Banksy-funded boat brings migrants to safety in Lampedusa
Thirty-one migrants sailing on an overcrowded wooden boat were rescued off the coast of Tunisia by the Banksy-funded Louise Michel vessel and taken to the small Italian island of Lampedusa.
AI chatbots already talk to you but now they can tell how you feel
The automated answering service, trained using a human voice, is capable of breaking down sentences into sounds and tones so it can talk back and read a caller’s emotional state.
How the new EU ink ban may be permanently scarring the tattoo industry
The EU Commission argues that tattoo artists have had plenty of time to prepare for the switch. A petition surpassing 160,000 signatures begs to differ.
'Taste your TV': This professor has invented a 'lickable' screen
The device uses a carousel of 10 flavour canisters to render different tastes on a lickable transparent film that slides down over images of food.
Bosnian artists paint giant mural to honour Michael Schumacher
The 3rd January 2022 marked Schumacher's 53rd birthday.
The art of war: Taliban turn blast walls into propaganda art
An outdoor exhibit featuring destroyed US military hardware, vehicles and blast walls is on display in Ghazni, Afghanistan, as a reminder of the Taliban's return to power.
Which tiny African nation has its very own ski resort?
Skiing in Africa is a thing, and here’s why you should try it out.
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.