Face-to-face meetings are said to be the best way to bring together conflicting parties. But during the past year and a bit, the global coronavirus pandemic changed all that.
BBC children’s programme ‘Horrible Histories’ will teach that the nation’s earliest inhabitants were black, taking inspiration from America’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement.
A Dutch couple will be moving into their new home which was printed in just 120 hours.
An elevated section of metro track in Mexico City partially collapsed on Monday night, bringing down rubble and some train carriages onto the road below, videos on Mexican news and social media showed.
Kyrgyzstan’s leader is calling for a ceasefire with Tajikistan announced on Saturday to be respected as displaced people have begun to return home.
In addition to a range of other duties she’s is obliged to fulfill, US Vice President Kamala Harris has now been granted a role on the National Space Council, prompting some to warn she might be better not chasing so many hares.
The French carmaker plans to cap the speed of its new vehicles to 180km/h. That’s still higher than the fastest legal driving speed in France, but some drivers are not happy.
Authorities in Germany managed to take down one of the world’s biggest child sex abuse platforms following a large-scale investigation which led to several arrests in mid-April, a police statement confirmed on Monday.
International aid to alleviate India’s dire oxygen shortage arrived in the South Asian nation on Sunday, as its coronavirus death toll climbed to a grim new record.
The Jerusalem District Court has ruled that six Palestinian families must leave their homes in Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood to make way for Jewish settlers.
A missing finger from a giant statue of the Roman Emperor Constantine has been reunited with his hand after being missing for over 500 years.
Four astronauts have landed safely back on Earth after spending almost half a year aboard the International Space Station. Their SpaceX ‘Dragon’ capsule touched down off the coast of Florida in the first nighttime landing in over 50 years.
It is helping families bring in more money, in a country where opportunities are rare.
With anti-Chinese rhetoric and warmongering becoming more apparent in public statements of Australian officials, one question is yet to be answered…
Eastern Orthodox Christians are able to have bigger Easter celebrations this year as lockdowns in many countries are eased.
Russia is offering Sputnik V coronavirus vaccination appointments to rich foreigners. Plenty of people are interested.
UK therapist goes running and walking with his clients to help them deal with anxiety and depression.
As India struggles with its COVID-19 crisis, it has been forced to halt its global vaccine exports.
The world’s first intelligent ship will monitor sea levels and record audio to track whale populations as it makes its first unmanned voyage.
President Biden has now surpassed 100 days in office with an ambitious program – focus on the former president is fading.
Nearly all of the world’s glaciers are losing mass at an ever increasing pace, contributing to more than a fifth of global sea level rise this century, according to unprecedented research released Wednesday.
Greece is shutting down what aid groups have hailed as an exemplary refugee camp on the island of Lesbos.
A conflict of a different kind is brewing India-administered Kashmir, the disputed Himalayan region claimed by both India and Pakistan.
The world is far from having the number of COVID-19 vaccines needed to vaccinate every single person.
Israeli settlers gathered and chanted “May your village burn” in Beit Iska village near occupied East Jerusalem.
Healthcare experts in Nepal are warning the capital Kathmandu could see scenes similar to neighbouring India.
The European Parliament wants EU countries to ensure free-of-charge testing and exempt green pass-holders from additional travel restrictions.