Argentina is world-renowned for cattle that feed on the rich grass of the Pampas region.
Cryptocurrency magnate Jeffrey Berns wants to build a smart city in the Nevada desert which would allow companies to make their own laws. What could go wrong?
Health experts say these latest cases could be a major setback for the impoverished West African nation.
The US Senate has acquitted former president Donald Trump of the impeachment charge of inciting last month’s Capitol Hill riots.
Ice skaters in the Netherlands are hoping to get a once-in-a-generation chance to tackle the Eleven Cities Tour. The Elfstedentocht is an ice skating race that measures about 200km (135 miles) along the canals that connect the 11 cities in the Friesland province of the Netherlands.
A magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck northeastern Japan, off the coast of Fukushima, on Saturday night. More than 130 people have been reported injured and some 860,000 homes are without power.
The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro is often associated with youth, beauty, and an energetic lifestyle lived out on its famous beaches.
Chilean law enforcement fired water cannon at protesters who rallied in Santiago to denounce police brutality, in the wake of the fatal police shooting of a street juggler during an identity check.
Despite the global pandemic, and despite it being winter, migrants are still trying to cross the Mediterranean from Libya.
The world needs to stop burning fossil fuels to limit the devastating effects of climate change. The Netherlands has legislated to shut down all coal-fired power plants by 2030.
France on Friday recommended that people who have already recovered from Covid-19 receive a single vaccine dose, becoming the first country to issue such advice.
A UN envoy says international sanctions are making Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis worse. UN Special Rapporteur Alena Douhan has been in the country for the last 12 days.
The protesters are demanding that the military hand back power to Aung San Suu Kyi’s deposed civilian government.
Lawyers for Donald Trump have wrapped up their defense in the former US president’s impeachment trial, denying that Trump played any part in inciting the Capitol Hill riots last month.
A growing number of lawmakers and intellectuals claim that ‘US imposed’ ideas on race, gender and post-colonialism pose a threat to French society.
In Germany, ongoing Covid-19 restrictions are having a big impact on the beer industry. Bars and restaurants are still closed and football stadiums are empty, all of which spells crisis for the quintessential German brew.
Hong Kong has launched a controversial overhaul of school education to bring it in line with the National Security Law imposed by Beijing in 2020 to quell months of anti-government protests.
US House prosecutors wrapped up their final day of impeachment arguments, using rioters’ own words as evidence that Donald Trump incited them to attack.
The world’s biggest annual human migration would normally see hundreds of millions of people in China head home for the Lunar New Year.
Rescuers are using drones to search inside a tunnel where 35 workmen are thought to be trapped in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.
The planned flight of two long-range Tu-22m3 bombers of the Russian Aerospace Forces took place on Wednesday in airspace over the neutral waters of the Black Sea – Russia’s Defense Ministry.
A Chinese spacecraft entered Mars orbit on Wednesday on a mission to land a rover and collect data on underground water and possible signs of ancient life, state media said.
A black woman who glued her hair solid with Gorilla Glue will reportedly fly to LA, where a renowned plastic surgeon has offered to unstick her.
Let’s head over to Taiz in the southwest of Yemen, the port city of Aden and the capital, Sanaa.
MEPs dubbed the trip, which came days after the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, “a predictable mistake”, “ill-advised”, “ill-executed” and “a complete disaster”.
Investigators on Tuesday said they were still trying to find the animal vector through which the COVID-19 virus was transmitted to humans.
Coronavirus lockdowns have affected sports worldwide.
But Sweden’s unique approach to the pandemic has had the opposite effect in the traditionally Spanish and Latin American game of padel.