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Germany: Into the future by bicycle

Hop onto your bike and ride along a pop-up cycle path. These new yellow-marked bike lanes have gotten things moving in Berlin. Hastily set up during the burgeoning coronavirus pandemic, to give cyclists more space and safety.

Hop onto your bike and ride along a pop-up cycle path. These new yellow-marked bike lanes have gotten things moving in Berlin. Hastily set up during the burgeoning coronavirus pandemic, to give cyclists more space and safety.

Greece welcomes back tourists

Tourists are heading back. It can't be compared to May two years ago, but Europeans are gearing up for their post lockdown freedom to travel.

Tourists are heading back. It can't be compared to May two years ago, but Europeans are gearing up for their post lockdown freedom to travel.

Namibia: Mixed reactions to compensation deal with Germany

Germany officially acknowledges that it committed genocide during its colonial-era occupation of Namibia, and pledged EUR1.1 billion, to be spent on projects benefiting the Herero and Nama communities. But some are unhappy with the offer.

Germany officially acknowledges that it committed genocide during its colonial-era occupation of Namibia, and pledged EUR1.1 billion, to be spent on projects benefiting the Herero and Nama communities. But some are unhappy with the offer.

Deforestation in Brazil Amazon rainforest soars 67 percent

Deforestation in Brazil Amazon rainforest soars 67 percent

Deforestation in Brazil Amazon rainforest soars 67 percent

US ‘gravely concerned’ ahead of elections in Ethiopia

US ‘gravely concerned’ ahead of elections in Ethiopia

US ‘gravely concerned’ ahead of elections in Ethiopia

Roman elite soldier died a hero during Pompeii's cataclysm

Scientists studied the entombed remains of villagers and a soldier on the beach of a coastal village in Italy, and realized the soldier was part of an elite force that joined in a rescue mission to evacuate civilians trapped on a beach beneath the...

Scientists studied the entombed remains of villagers and a soldier on the beach of a coastal village in Italy, and realized the soldier was part of an elite force that joined in a rescue mission to evacuate civilians trapped on a beach beneath the...

Vigil for Tamil family

A vigil is being held in Brisbane's King George Square for a Tamil family who made a home for themselves in Biloela at risk of deportation.

A vigil is being held in Brisbane's King George Square for a Tamil family who made a home for themselves in Biloela at risk of deportation.

Hundreds in Australian state of Victoria ordered to evacuate after wild weather

Another night of heavy rain led to new flood warnings.

Another night of heavy rain led to new flood warnings.

Commuter projects Fast and Furious movie on Sydney train

While giving himself a massage.

While giving himself a massage.

Where the G7 leaders will clash

The leaders of the G7 countries are tackling some big issues - and they won't agree on everything.

The leaders of the G7 countries are tackling some big issues - and they won't agree on everything.

Paralympian Brenden Hall: A world without vaccines

At just six-years-old, Paralympic gold medalist swimmer Brenden Hall went into cardiac arrest for almost half an hour - because he didn’t have access to a vaccine.

At just six-years-old, Paralympic gold medalist swimmer Brenden Hall went into cardiac arrest for almost half an hour - because he didn’t have access to a vaccine.

Veteran radiohost Howard Sattler has died at the age of 76

He was a vocal advocate for voluntary euthanasia.

He was a vocal advocate for voluntary euthanasia.

Yuncheng Salt Lake boasts mesmerising colours

Every now and then life imitates art, like when Yuncheng Salt Lake boasts vibrant colours reminiscent of a painter's palette. Aerial footage of the lake, also known as the 'Dead Sea of China', captured the mesmerising phenomenon. Xian Zengqiang, a...

Every now and then life imitates art, like when Yuncheng Salt Lake boasts vibrant colours reminiscent of a painter's palette. Aerial footage of the lake, also known as the 'Dead Sea of China', captured the mesmerising phenomenon. Xian Zengqiang, a...

Toyota Mirai: can a hydrogen-fuelled car win over Australians?

Are Australian roads ready for a hydrogen-powered future? Toyota is hoping so.

Are Australian roads ready for a hydrogen-powered future? Toyota is hoping so.

Mexico City is sinking fast and it can't be stopped

Mexico City is a massive expanse of a city, and it's infamous for being the most populous metropolis in North America. This massive city is sinking fast under its own weight, and has already sunk too low to be saved.

Mexico City is a massive expanse of a city, and it's infamous for being the most populous metropolis in North America. This massive city is sinking fast under its own weight, and has already sunk too low to be saved.

Illegal gold mining in Mozambique

Thousands of miners descended on Chimanimani National Park to find their fortune digging for gold. But environmental costs have been high. Can legalization and organized cooperatives help preserve what's left untouched?

Thousands of miners descended on Chimanimani National Park to find their fortune digging for gold. But environmental costs have been high. Can legalization and organized cooperatives help preserve what's left untouched?

Hackers force shutdown of major U.S. pipeline

The hack on a 5,500-mile pipeline on the U.S. East Coast is being looked at as one of the most significant attacks on key national infrastructure in history, according to the BBC.

The hack on a 5,500-mile pipeline on the U.S. East Coast is being looked at as one of the most significant attacks on key national infrastructure in history, according to the BBC.

Deadly "black fungus" infecting Covid survivors in India

Mucormycosis is a deadly fungal infection and treatment often requires the removal of the eyes of patients.

Mucormycosis is a deadly fungal infection and treatment often requires the removal of the eyes of patients.

Australian professor says he 'can't discount' Covid-19 lab leak theory

Flinders University endocrinologist Nikolai Petrovsky says an animal source for the virus hasn't been found.

Flinders University endocrinologist Nikolai Petrovsky says an animal source for the virus hasn't been found.

WA Police seize massive weapons haul in Willetton home raid

Police allege 72-year-old was building a WWII submachine gun at his home in Perth’s south.

Police allege 72-year-old was building a WWII submachine gun at his home in Perth’s south.

Kim Jong-un: K-pop is a 'vicious cancer' that merits work camp, execution

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is throwing the 'Dynamite' at K-pop.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is throwing the 'Dynamite' at K-pop.

Advocates call on US and Mexico to change child migration policies

Advocates call on US and Mexico to change child migration policies

Advocates call on US and Mexico to change child migration policies

Bolivia hospitals overwhelmed during third COVID wave

Bolivia hospitals overwhelmed during third COVID wave

Bolivia hospitals overwhelmed during third COVID wave

What are G7 countries promising on COVID vaccines?

What are G7 countries promising on COVID vaccines?

What are G7 countries promising on COVID vaccines?

Peru elections: Prosecutor requests jail for Fujimori

Peru elections: Prosecutor requests jail for Fujimori

Peru elections: Prosecutor requests jail for Fujimori

Israeli forces kill Palestinian officers in ‘undercover mission’

Israeli forces kill Palestinian officers in ‘undercover mission’

Israeli forces kill Palestinian officers in ‘undercover mission’

Queen's Birthday Honours: The highlights

The lifesaving work of Covid-19 vaccine design and delivery is celebrated this year in the Queen's Birthday Honours, as well as contributions to sport, politics and entertainment. Out of the 1,129 people receiving honours, 62% are being recognise...

The lifesaving work of Covid-19 vaccine design and delivery is celebrated this year in the Queen's Birthday Honours, as well as contributions to sport, politics and entertainment. Out of the 1,129 people receiving honours, 62% are being recognise...

Climate change requires same urgency as pandemic, says Charles

The Prince of Wales urged G7 leaders to display the same sense of urgency in tackling climate change as they showed in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. At a reception with leaders including Boris Johnson and Joe Biden, Charles said the Covid-19...

The Prince of Wales urged G7 leaders to display the same sense of urgency in tackling climate change as they showed in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. At a reception with leaders including Boris Johnson and Joe Biden, Charles said the Covid-19...

Bake Off's Prue Leith made a dame

The Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith has been made a dame in the Queen's Birthday Honours. The South African-born restaurateur and broadcaster is recognised for services to food, broadcasting and charity.

The Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith has been made a dame in the Queen's Birthday Honours. The South African-born restaurateur and broadcaster is recognised for services to food, broadcasting and charity.

VP Harris has another tense exchange as border visit pressure mounts

VP Harris has another tense exchange as border visit pressure mounts

VP Harris has another tense exchange as border visit pressure mounts

FDA asks J&J to discard millions of vaccine doses

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration on Friday said Johnson & Johnson must throw away millions of doses of its COVID-19 vaccine that were manufactured at a problem-plagued Baltimore factory but also cleared millions for use. This report produced by Ya

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration on Friday said Johnson & Johnson must throw away millions of doses of its COVID-19 vaccine that were manufactured at a problem-plagued Baltimore factory but also cleared millions for use. This report produced by Ya

Queen's quip puts G7 leaders at ease at evening reception

The Queen has asked the question possibly on the mind of every G7 world leader - "Are you supposed to be looking as if you're enjoying yourself?" Known for her wit, used to put nervous guests at ease, the Queen's quip came as presidents and prime...

The Queen has asked the question possibly on the mind of every G7 world leader - "Are you supposed to be looking as if you're enjoying yourself?" Known for her wit, used to put nervous guests at ease, the Queen's quip came as presidents and prime...

Dems demand Trump officials testify on reported records seizure

Top Senate Democrats on Friday demanded two former U.S. attorneys general testify about reported subpoenas of records of members of Congress by former President Donald Trump's Justice Department, while a White House official criticized the actions as

Top Senate Democrats on Friday demanded two former U.S. attorneys general testify about reported subpoenas of records of members of Congress by former President Donald Trump's Justice Department, while a White House official criticized the actions as

China expands Tibet's political education drive

In a rare and tightly chaperoned government tour of the region last week, a Reuters journalist was invited to Tibet as China broadens its political education campaign.

In a rare and tightly chaperoned government tour of the region last week, a Reuters journalist was invited to Tibet as China broadens its political education campaign.

Coronavirus vaccine in numbers: UK passes 70 million jabs

Government data up to June 10 shows that 70,253,625 vaccines have been given in the UK so far, up by 509,645 on the previous day

Government data up to June 10 shows that 70,253,625 vaccines have been given in the UK so far, up by 509,645 on the previous day

Cambodia's new batch of landmine-sniffing rats

Cambodia has deployed its next generation of rat recruits to sniff out landmines as part of efforts to boost de-mining operations in a country plagued for decades by unexploded ordinance (UXO).

Cambodia has deployed its next generation of rat recruits to sniff out landmines as part of efforts to boost de-mining operations in a country plagued for decades by unexploded ordinance (UXO).

Boris Johnson to G7 leaders: We must learn the lessons of the pandemic

Boris Johnson said the leaders of the G7 would learn from the lessons of the "wretched pandemic" as they met in Cornwall. Opening the summit in Carbis Bay, he said: "We need to make sure that we learn the lessons from the pandemic, we need to mak...

Boris Johnson said the leaders of the G7 would learn from the lessons of the "wretched pandemic" as they met in Cornwall. Opening the summit in Carbis Bay, he said: "We need to make sure that we learn the lessons from the pandemic, we need to mak...

Shelter rehomes dog that weighs same as a baby elephant

A dog that weighed the same as a baby elephant has found his forever home, an animal welfare charity has said.

A dog that weighed the same as a baby elephant has found his forever home, an animal welfare charity has said.

The men scheduled to unseat Netanyahu

Two men are hoping to unseat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: Coalition leader Yair Lapid and nationalist politician Naftali Bennett. But they are still to pass a parliamentary vote on Sunday, June 13 and swearing in in order to be credited

Two men are hoping to unseat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: Coalition leader Yair Lapid and nationalist politician Naftali Bennett. But they are still to pass a parliamentary vote on Sunday, June 13 and swearing in in order to be credited

Trump-inspired death threats are terrorizing election workers

Long after the 2020 U.S. election, former President Donald Trump’s baseless voter fraud claims continue to inspire violent threats against election workers and their families.

Long after the 2020 U.S. election, former President Donald Trump’s baseless voter fraud claims continue to inspire violent threats against election workers and their families.

Protesters out in force for G7 summit

Extinction Rebellion has begun its protest against the G7 on the first day of the summit. People gathered at St Ives Leisure Centre where members of the climate activist group were giving speeches. People could be seen dressed in blue gowns and h...

Extinction Rebellion has begun its protest against the G7 on the first day of the summit. People gathered at St Ives Leisure Centre where members of the climate activist group were giving speeches. People could be seen dressed in blue gowns and h...

Arlene Foster serenades politicians and media during press conference

Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster entertains other political leaders with a serenade during a press conference. The outburst receives a round of applause from British and Irish leaders.

Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster entertains other political leaders with a serenade during a press conference. The outburst receives a round of applause from British and Irish leaders.

Nigeria: Lagos considers waterways to ease traffic gridlock

Nigeria: Lagos considers waterways to ease traffic gridlock

Nigeria: Lagos considers waterways to ease traffic gridlock

Mali scientists call for locally made inoculations

Mali scientists call for locally made inoculations

Mali scientists call for locally made inoculations

Political leaders arrive in Cornwall for G7 summit

Political leaders descend on Cornwall for G7 summit. Germany's Angela Merkel and Canada's Justin Trudeau are among those arriving for the event.

Political leaders descend on Cornwall for G7 summit. Germany's Angela Merkel and Canada's Justin Trudeau are among those arriving for the event.

Could mining make a comeback in Cornwall?

A Cornish tin mining company is leading the charge to revive a centuries old industry that collapsed along with the price of tin in the 1980s.

A Cornish tin mining company is leading the charge to revive a centuries old industry that collapsed along with the price of tin in the 1980s.

Rival Van Gogh exhibits in NY inspire confusion, awe

Post-Impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh's masterpieces have been brought to life in two new breathtaking exhibits in New York, both touting an 'immersive' experience, but the similarly named shows have caused confusion.

Post-Impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh's masterpieces have been brought to life in two new breathtaking exhibits in New York, both touting an 'immersive' experience, but the similarly named shows have caused confusion.

Harry Dunn's mother unsure about next steps as PM discusses case with Joe Biden

The mother of Harry Dunn, Charlotte Charles, says she is unsure about the next steps in the case after Boris Johnson brought up the incident with US President Joe Biden.

The mother of Harry Dunn, Charlotte Charles, says she is unsure about the next steps in the case after Boris Johnson brought up the incident with US President Joe Biden.

Adelaide father on stolen motorcycle killed in crash

Father, 19, killed by reversing ute while riding stolen motorcycle in Warradale.

Father, 19, killed by reversing ute while riding stolen motorcycle in Warradale.

Myanmar authorities slap new charges on Suu Kyi

Myanmar authorities have opened new corruption cases against deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi accusing her of abusing her authority and accepting bribes, state media reported on Thursday, allegations her chief lawyer said were "absurd." Libby Hogan re

Myanmar authorities have opened new corruption cases against deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi accusing her of abusing her authority and accepting bribes, state media reported on Thursday, allegations her chief lawyer said were "absurd." Libby Hogan re

Woman's body found in Victoria's disaster floodwaters

A woman's body has been found in floodwaters in Victoria's south-west, bringing the state's disaster death toll to two.

A woman's body has been found in floodwaters in Victoria's south-west, bringing the state's disaster death toll to two.

Golden retriever runs alongside ambulance carrying owner

Loyal pooch follows owner in ambulance all the way to hospital

Loyal pooch follows owner in ambulance all the way to hospital

PM talks up UK's 'colossal' global vaccine pledge

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK's commitment to provide over 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccines to the world's poorest nations over the next 12 months is "colossal". The comments came as world leaders descend on Cornwall for the G...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK's commitment to provide over 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccines to the world's poorest nations over the next 12 months is "colossal". The comments came as world leaders descend on Cornwall for the G...

UK report says Hong Kong law curtails freedoms

Beijing has broken its legal obligations by undermining Hong Kong's high degree of autonomy and used a national security law to "drastically curtail freedoms" in the global financial hub, according to a report by Britain on its former colony.

Beijing has broken its legal obligations by undermining Hong Kong's high degree of autonomy and used a national security law to "drastically curtail freedoms" in the global financial hub, according to a report by Britain on its former colony.

Covid cluster among Fiji police expected to grow

The coronavirus outbreak in Fiji is continuing to escalate.

The coronavirus outbreak in Fiji is continuing to escalate.

California appeals ruling on assault weapons ban

California officials on Thursday said the state has appealed a federal judge's decision to strike down its three-decade-old ban on assault-style weapons, saying the law is needed to prevent gun deaths.

California officials on Thursday said the state has appealed a federal judge's decision to strike down its three-decade-old ban on assault-style weapons, saying the law is needed to prevent gun deaths.

Stella McCartney calls for world leaders to make the fashion industry more climate-focused

Stella McCartney discusses the environmental impact of the fashion industry and how it needs to change. The designer made the comments following a meeting with the Prince of Wales and political and business leaders at St James's Palace, aimed a...

Stella McCartney discusses the environmental impact of the fashion industry and how it needs to change. The designer made the comments following a meeting with the Prince of Wales and political and business leaders at St James's Palace, aimed a...

US will be 'arsenal of vaccines' for the world -Biden

US President Joe Biden said on Thursday that a donation of 500 million doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to the world's poorest countries would supercharge the battle with the virus and comes with "no strings attached." This report produced by Y

US President Joe Biden said on Thursday that a donation of 500 million doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to the world's poorest countries would supercharge the battle with the virus and comes with "no strings attached." This report produced by Y

Fans return to live music in Ireland

Music fans have attended the first large-scale concert in Ireland since the Covid-19 pandemic began. A pilot concert took place at Dublin's Iveagh Gardens on June 10. 500 fans gathered to witness performances by James Vincent McMorrow and Sorcha...

Music fans have attended the first large-scale concert in Ireland since the Covid-19 pandemic began. A pilot concert took place at Dublin's Iveagh Gardens on June 10. 500 fans gathered to witness performances by James Vincent McMorrow and Sorcha...

Melbourne couple reunited with newborn son after birth during quarantine

A mother and father, banned from meeting their newborn baby for eight days due to COVID-19 restrictions, have finally been reunited with their son.

A mother and father, banned from meeting their newborn baby for eight days due to COVID-19 restrictions, have finally been reunited with their son.

Chinese rocket crashes back to Earth

Remnants of the Chinese Long March 5B rocket that was launched last month have crashed back down to Earth and into the Indian Ocean at a speed of around 4.8 miles per second, according to Reuters.

Remnants of the Chinese Long March 5B rocket that was launched last month have crashed back down to Earth and into the Indian Ocean at a speed of around 4.8 miles per second, according to Reuters.

China set to be the first nation to land Mars rover on first attempt

The nation's orbiter arrived in Mars orbit months ago, and it's now ready to send its rover down to the surface.

The nation's orbiter arrived in Mars orbit months ago, and it's now ready to send its rover down to the surface.

How China used iPhone hack in Uyghur genocide

MIT analyzed the infamous Chaos hack that targeted iPhones and found evidence suggesting the Chinese government is using civilian hacking competitions to find new hacks for its strategic hacking program saying that China seemed to have used such ...

MIT analyzed the infamous Chaos hack that targeted iPhones and found evidence suggesting the Chinese government is using civilian hacking competitions to find new hacks for its strategic hacking program saying that China seemed to have used such ...

Trouble for mountain rescuers in Bosnia

Private mountain rescuers in Bosnia-Herzegovina are in trouble with the authorities. They have no legal basis for their work.

Private mountain rescuers in Bosnia-Herzegovina are in trouble with the authorities. They have no legal basis for their work.

Turkey: Women fight back

Women in Turkey are demanding more protection from male violence. They are urging Ankara to rejoin the Istanbul Convention.

Women in Turkey are demanding more protection from male violence. They are urging Ankara to rejoin the Istanbul Convention.

Dirty water in Russian town

One Russian town has been without clean drinking water for 30 years. When you turn on the taps, a stream of brown liquid comes out.

One Russian town has been without clean drinking water for 30 years. When you turn on the taps, a stream of brown liquid comes out.

Dash camera video shows moment elephant charges at pick-up truck

Dash camera video shows the moment an elephant in South Africa charges at a truck with a man inside.

Dash camera video shows the moment an elephant in South Africa charges at a truck with a man inside.

Will oil giants give way to environmentalists?

Royal Dutch Shell said it will change strategy after a court ruling forcing it to cut its emissions.

Royal Dutch Shell said it will change strategy after a court ruling forcing it to cut its emissions.

Tribeca Film Festival under way in New York

This is a special year for the festival in more ways than one.

This is a special year for the festival in more ways than one.

UK seagrass project strives to combat climate change

As UK government wants to see deep cuts in carbon emissions, and big spending on technology to remove carbon from the atmosphere, a local project could help make a global impact.

As UK government wants to see deep cuts in carbon emissions, and big spending on technology to remove carbon from the atmosphere, a local project could help make a global impact.

‘Egregious’ police abuse against Colombian protesters: Report

Human Rights Watch is calling on Colombia’s government to ‘take urgent measures to protect human rights’.

Human Rights Watch is calling on Colombia’s government to ‘take urgent measures to protect human rights’.

India’s Supreme Court ruling revives debate on colonial-era sedition law

How a supreme court ruling in India is giving hope to people facing sedition charges.

How a supreme court ruling in India is giving hope to people facing sedition charges.

Russian court bans Alexey Navalny groups, labels them ‘extremist’

Prosecutors had asked Moscow City Court to brand opposition leader’s Foundation for Fighting Corruption and network of regional offices as ‘extremist’ groups.

Prosecutors had asked Moscow City Court to brand opposition leader’s Foundation for Fighting Corruption and network of regional offices as ‘extremist’ groups.

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