Marianna Muntianu has devised all kinds of ways to encourage people to plant trees.
Thousands of Indigenous Colombians are travelling to Bogota to seek a meeting with President Ivan Duque.
The steeple of Santiago’s 19th-century church collapsed following the fire which started amid an anti-government protest.
Demonstrations were held across France in a show of solidarity after the beheading of a teacher on his way home from school.
The expiry date was part of the landmark 2015 nuclear deal that Iran signed with Western powers.
Scientists un Taiwan hace designed a coronavirus test that say is highly accurate and can return results in just three minutes.
Voters in Guinea will head to the polls on Sunday to elect the country’s next president, in a tense election that comes after months of deadly unrest.
Archaeologists in Peru have uncovered a giant drawing of what appears to be a cat on a hillside in Nazca.
A truce between Azerbaijan and Armenia is threatening to fall apart after renewed clashes overnight.
Bolivians are heading to the polls, almost one year after former President Evo Morales was ousted. The leading contenders in Sunday’s vote are leftist and former Economy Minister Luis Arce, and Carlos Mesa, a centrist former president.
Authorities in the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao say they have finished testing the city’s 11 million people for coronavirus.
A double standard at its finest is what we are witnessing here. Berlin’s been demanding answers from Russia over the alleged poisoning of Alexey Navalny, but it’s Germany itself that’s reluctant to cooperate, and here’s why.
Thailand’s revered monarchy is facing calls for change from thousands protesting on the streets of the country.
The founder of French Muslim NGO BarakaCity was arrested during a violent raid at his home, sparking fears that he was targeted for speaking out against President Macron’s discriminatory policies.
Shopping malls and football – two of the fundamental elements of Argentine life – have returned with tight restrictions.
Plans to provide euthanasia for terminally-ill children aged between one and 12 has been approved by the Dutch government.
Police and protesters have clashed in the Thai capital Bangkok during a third straight day of anti-government demonstrations.
A judge in Athens has sentenced dozens of members of the Neo Nazi group Golden Dawn to lengthy jail terms
A drone has captured footage of a dazzling wall of smoke filling the sky over Loveland, Colorado, as the Cameron Peak wildfire rages on.
A clinical study testing the COVID-19 antiviral drug remdesivir and an experimental antibody therapy has been halted over safety concerns.
Indian jewelry brand Tanishq has pulled an advertisement featuring an interfaith family after a massive backlash on social […]
When Greece’s largest migrant camp Moria was destroyed in fire last month, thousands of migrants were moved to a new camp.
Tokyo builds immense underground structure to redirect excess water from storms and typhoons.
Lebanon and Israel held a short opening round of indirect talks over their disputed maritime border on Wednesday, breaking up after an hour with Lebanese state media reporting a second round to be held on October 28.
In parts of Siberia, the permafrost is thawing. That endangers not only roads and buildings but also underground cold-storage facilities.
Cyclades in Greek means cercle. These islands are not more alone but relied in terms of electricity. A long term project that Ioannis Margaris, form IPTO knows well.
With winter approaching, residents of Idlib are finding new ways of earning an income, with some weaving carpets out of reeds.