Iran has agreed to allow limited nuclear inspections for another three months. The agreement reached by head of the International Atomic Energy Agency at crisis talks in Tehran could give negotiators some breathing room as they struggle to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Officials in Uganda are under pressure to find more than two dozen people reportedly kidnapped by security forces. Uganda’s opposition party, the National Unity Platform, says thousands of its supporters have been arrested, kidnapped or “disappeared” by security forces.
Vitoria Buono Boche, a 16yo ballerina from Brazil, is missing both of her arms from her shoulders down, but that has not stopped her from pursuing her passion for dancing!
The hall in Sweden is known for hosting the Nobel Prize banquets.
US President Joe Biden has declared a state of ‘major disaster’ in Texas – following crippling winter weather. At least two dozen people died in the unusual cold, which disrupted electricity and water supplies.
Lockdowns caused by the pandemic have left young people with a lot of time on their hands. Researchers are discovering disturbing trends, where far-right extremist groups, are monitoring online gaming chats, to recruit new followers.
Severe floods triggered by heavy rainfall have inundated Indonesia’s capital. In some parts, homes were submerged by up to two metres of water.
COVID-19 has devastated many industries which rely on travel and tourism to survive – none more so than aviation.
If you’re having a hard time buying a PS5, the global semiconductor shortage is probably to blame. A shortfall of the little chips is slowing down big industries. Whether we’re talking consumer electronics, cars, medical devices, airplanes, smart appliances or wearables, their common component is chips.
Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) economic powers, who control a little under half of the world’s economy, on Friday agreed to “intensify cooperation” in response to the coronavirus pandemic and increase funding commitments for the rollout of vaccines in the world’s poorest countries to $7.5 billion.
Andreyeva and Chultsova join the ranks of journalists already prosecuted for their role in covering the ongoing political unrest in Belarus following the disputed presidential elections in August.
Its mission is to probe the soil for traces of past life over a full Martian year (687 of our Earth days). The rover was launched on its journey last June, and the most impressive element of the landing so far is that it was done using a new autonomous guidance system.
The drive towards greener transport is gaining momentum in the European Union and the United Kingdom.
The UK calls for a ceasefire in conflict zones so locals can be vaccinated. Oh yeah, some of those wars are also being fought with British made bombs. Pandemic foreign policy!
A Danish man has been sentenced to four months in prison by the country’s Supreme court for coughing at a policeman and shouting “corona”.
Strawberries are an important crop for farmers in Michoacán. But huge monocultures have destroyed the soil and biodiversity. A project aims to support a variety of animals and plants.
Villagers in Bosnia will be glued to their screens on Thursday to see if NASA can land one of its rovers on Mars. Here’s why.
Nearly 500 people, including Martin Vizcarra’s wife and senior government officials, have been secretly inoculated before healthcare workers.
A French bill designed to stop the spread of radical Islam and defend secular values has been approved by the lower house of parliament.
Business Angola takes a look at how one farm has managed to boom during a health crisis and is already looking to expand its fruit crop exports within just a few months.
Can the global distribution of COVID vaccines ever be fair? As the WTO has a new leader, will poorer nations now stand a better chance of securing more vaccine doses at affordable prices?
Appellate judges ruled on Tuesday that a night-time curfew would remain in place in the Netherlands pending a government appeal of a lower-court ruling that found the measure lacked a legal basis.
The global seaweed industry is rapidly expanding. However, in Australia, the resource is largely untapped. But that could change soon.
A teacher has caused a stir after sharing a video of her new ‘prison-like’ classroom fitted with barriers to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
After nearly two decades of using the euro, Spain is almost ready to say goodbye to the peseta.
Scientists have discovered unexpected animal life in pitch-black seawater deep underneath Antarctica’s ice shelves.
The case was brought by a group protesting against the introduction of the curfew which is in effect from 9:00 pm to 4:30 am until March 2.