Here’s how Turkish German football player Mesut Ozil said Muslims should respond to growing anti-Muslim sentiments in Europe and across the world.
Madrid’s ancient and emblematic Rastro flea market reopened after an eight-month closure because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The crisis created by the coronavirus pandemic will push over a million people into poverty acording to Oxfam. In Spain, food banks are serving 40% more people than last year.
Hundreds of Guatemalan demonstrators stormed into the country’s Congress in Guatemala City on Saturday, setting fire to parts of the legislative building.
As well as claiming lives, the coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on livelihoods, educational paths and mental health – all the more so for new members of a society working to gain a foothold.
The Konya Plain knows as Turkey’s grain store faces drought due to excessive irrigation. For this reason, sinkholes in the region continue to threaten farmers.
How fast are sea levels rising? Scientists hope a new Earth observation satellite will help answer that question. The Sentinel-6 will launch later on Saturday – as part of a joint project between NASA and the European Space Agency.
The G20 summit of the twenty wealthiest nations and other major emerging powers is hosted by Saudi Arabia this year. But the country has repeatedly faced international criticism over human rights concerns.
Nurses in the Philippines are opposing their government’s ban on leaving for work abroad.
France’s ban on all religious gatherings, including mass, as part of the lockdown, has sent angry believers on to the streets in protest.
Lebanese couture is revered around the world for its flamboyance and artistry, with collections destined for clients based in Saudi Arabia, the Emirates and the US.
Once infected with Coronavirus, you are unlikely to get it again for six months, according to a report from Oxford University.
How volunteers are saving lives in the fight against the coronavirus in Bangalore, India.
The United Kingdom’s prime minister has unveiled a plan for his so-called “green industrial revolution” aimed at tackling climate change.
Aid is starting to arrive at refugee camps in Sudan along its border with Ethiopia.
It’s nearly ski season again. But like most businesses in France, shops, restaurants and most places to stay on the mountains are currently shut due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Argentina’s congress has opened debate on a bill seeking to raise billions of dollars from the super-rich.
A humanoid robot shows off his ivory-tickling ‘talent’ at Chongqing’s Lijia Intelligent Park.
Just 13 months ago, Ethiopia’s prime minister was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize – now critics say Abiy Ahmed is leading his nation into war.
Grounded Boeing 737 MAX set to fly again: After the longest grounding in history, the 737 MAX looks like it will return to US skies as America’s aviation regulator is expected to give it the go-ahead to fly again after two fatal crashes that killed 346 people.
A report has revealed that the US military is buying data harvested from popular Muslim apps that assist with prayers and other religious duties.
The French parliament is debating a proposed law that bans the broadcast of police officers’ faces.
The life of a foreign diplomat, one imagines, is a perpetual cycle of dinner parties, tourists with lost passports and some light espionage. But a British representative in China went full 007 by saving a drowning woman.
A major humanitarian crisis is unfolding in #Ethiopia, the United Nations #refugee agency said on Tuesday, with more than 27,000 people now having fled heavy fighting to Sudan. FRANCE 24’s Bastien Renouil tells us more.
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Ever wondered what your brain activity would sound like? Well, artist and neuroscientist Angie Coombes wondered as well and to find an answer she has converted her brainwave activity into sounds with TONTO, the largest analogue synthesizer in the world.
A SpaceX rocket successfully lifts off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida with four astronauts on board, bound for the International Space Station.