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Little is known about Ding Li, whose Twitter activity kickstarted only after the controversy
In the late 19th to early 20th centuries, recreated African villages were set up across Europe as amusement parks that served to extol the supposed cultural superiority of colonising empires.
United in their love for canines, an unlikely Albanian and Serb duo have partnered together in Kosovo to run a shelter for abandoned dogs, in a rare example of cooperation in the deeply divided country. More than two decades after the end of Kosovo’s brutal war, distrust continues to divide the country’s Albanian and Serb communities, with few able to speak the other languages and ethnic tensions rarely far from the surface.
Green party co-leader Annalena Baerbock is to become Germany's first woman foreign minister, her party announced Thursday, as the country's incoming coalition government takes shape.
The decision to ban entry to travellers comes after WHO labels omicron as a variant of concern
Swedish Social Democratic Party leader Magdalena Andersson will get a second shot at becoming the country's first woman prime minister next Monday, after her first attempt lasted just seven hours.
More than 200 refugees and asylum seekers will be trained as tour guides at several Oxford museums over the next five years. This innovative initiative is part of the "Multaka" project, launched in 2015 in Germany.
World nations gather Monday to thrash out whether to pursue a pandemic treaty setting out how to handle the next crisis -- which experts fear is only a matter of time.
Air pollution remains extremely high in the Indian capital a day after authorities closed schools indefinitely and shut some power stations to reduce smog that has blanketed the city for much of the month
Southee's was the stand-out performance for the Black Caps as New Zealand bowled India out for 345, with the 32-year-old finishing with five wickets for 69 runs at the end of the first innings. "He just continues to go from strength-to-strength, really, and that's a testament to his fitness, his dedication," said Jurgensen.
Ali sat shivering and exhausted on a pebble beach on England's south coast but thankful for a "new life" after he and 30 other migrants were rescued in the Channel.
Three days of rioting have plunged the Solomon Islands into chaos, exposing widespread frustration at low living standards and revealing the government's inability to uphold the rule of law.
It looks like a normal car but the white taxi by the kerb has nobody driving it, and communicates with customers digitally to obtain directions and take payment.
A Red Cross van takes air passengers from South Africa who have tested positive for Covid-19 drives to hotel quarantine
The city of Paris cracked down on e-scooter speed on Thursday, saying rented scooters would be capped at 10 kilometres (six miles) per hour except on major streets and cycling paths.
Israel said it had quarantined three people with the new variant, with one just returned from Malawi
French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi signed the treaty in Rome
Israel's defence minister left Morocco Thursday ending an unprecedented visit following last year's normalisation deal, with the countries signing a security agreement as part of deepening ties that have angered neighbouring Algeria.
As Black Friday approaches, the French postal service, La Poste, is in full swing. It expects to process nearly half a million parcels, a rate that will only increase in the run-up to Christmas. La Poste a annoncé récemment un nouveau plan d'investissement de 450 millions d'euros sur quatre ans, avec l'ambition d'être capable de trier et de livrer un milliard de colis par an d'ici 2030 avec sa filiale Colissimo.
Smouldering timber, tree branches and other debris block roads in Honiara, the capital of Solomon Islands after widespread rioting and protests against the rule of Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare. Dubbed "the Hapi Isles", the archipelago nation of around 700,000 people has for decades been beset by ethnic and political tensions. The latest bout of unrest began on Wednesday when thousands of protesters besieged parliament, setting fire to an outbuilding and calling for Sogavare's ouster. Since then the protests have quickly descended into a violent free-for-all, with gangs of stick-wielding youths rampaging through the capital, stripping stores of goods and clashing with police.