Children in some parts of Germany are going back to school today as the summer holidays end. Schools are taking precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus infections.
An ancient Roman vessel has been discovered in the Mediterranean Sea off the Sicilian coast of Palermo, lying at a depth of 92 metres.
Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani blamed the country’s deteriorating security Monday on Washington deciding “abruptly” to withdraw its troops.
“So far, we’ve been runnin’, ridin’, shootin’, scorin’, swimmin’, and puttin’.”
This was BBC presenter Alex Scott’s response after a former minister mocked her accent during her coverage of the Olympics.
Cases of COVID-19 are rising across the Asia Pacific region. Many poorer nations have been struggling to provide adequate medical treatment and oxygen supplies.
Israel’s Prime Minister claimed he has proof that Tehran carried out the strike on a vessel in the Arabian Sea that left two crew members dead. He then threatened to ‘retaliate against Iran’.
Firefighters in Marseille are using a balloon equipped with a camera to monitor the landscape for signs of fire 24/7.
A Belarusian Olympic athlete who refused to fly home over fears for her safety has entered the Polish embassy in Tokyo – where she is understood to be seeking asylum.
It is being spurred by the Delta variant, first identified in India, which is much more contagious.
It’s an on-and-off affair with mask mandates in the US, as the population finds itself confused about their efficacy. What is happening?
Being a fisherman is not only one of the riskiest jobs, it’s also a highly unregulated profession. Every year, dozens of fishermen die in Europe.
By helping, they want to say thank you for taking them in during the refugee crisis in 2015.
The Philippines is restoring a security pact with the US which allows American troops to train in the country.
In a warning shot to a thriving corner of Wall Street, federal authorities on Thursday filed criminal and civil securities fraud charges against the founder of Nikola.
Slavery impacts over 40 million people worldwide, women and girls make up around 70 percent of the victims.
After 30 years, NASA is finally headed back to Venus. The Veritas and Davinci+ missions seek to obtain information about Venus that could explain why a planet so similar to Earth can be so brutally different from it.
Israa Seblani had just gotten married last August when a powerful shockwave as a result from the huge explosion at Beirut’s port nearly blew her off her feet.
Iraq is facing a water crisis because supplies from Iran are drying up.
Iraq usually relies on its neighbour for a third of its supplies, but new dam projects have cut that back.
Eve can take on everyday experiments, freeing up human scientists to take on more creative tasks.
Greece has been testing a high-tech border security system to stop migrants arriving from Turkey illegally.
New Delhi’s Central Vista used to be a favourite spot with residents of the Indian capital. But the large public space, close to the president’s house and heritage buildings, is being remodelled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.
Bosnia’s top international official, Valentin Inzko, bans the denial of the Srebrenica genocide, countering attempts by Bosnia’s Serbs to deny or downplay the massacre.
For the first time, many track and field athletes would be wearing so-called “super shoes” in Tokyo Olympics to help improve their times.
Difficult times call for difficult decisions: Lithuania’s immigration policy may soon be significantly altered.
The remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan has carried out what may be the world’s fastest vaccination campaign – completing the inoculation of 90 percent of its adult population against COVID-19 in just one week.
In the battle of the bored billionaires trying to leave us mere earthlings behind, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is so desperate to get to the moon, he’s told NASA he’ll pay them, to work for them. Butchy Davy wonders why he’s so desperate.
A trip to one of these salons will leave you looking and feeling great, as products and even your old hair are given a second life.