Handmade wooden car up for sale in France
French cabinet maker Michel Robillard spent five years building the Citroën 2CV and now it could be sold for as much as €200,000.
NASA's UFO panel speaks for the first time
The first public meeting of a NASA panel studying what the government calls "unidentified aerial phenomena," commonly known as UFOs to discuss findings since its formation last year. They say they need better data and recording to determ...
U.S House approves deal on debt limit
The U.S House has passed a bill to extend the country's debt limit introduce and budget cuts sending it to the Senate for swift passage just days ahead of 5 June default deadline.
How Wagner Group recruits new members
Research published by Logically found Wagner recruitment information posted in 16 languages including Vietnamese and Polish.
Sevilla beat Roma on penalties to win Europa League
Sevilla beat Roma 4-1 on penalties to win the Europa League for the seventh time. Sevilla came back from 1-0 down to take the game to penalties.
What is stalling Sweden’s accession to NATO?
Sweden's NATO application has yet to be ratified by the military alliance's member states. Behind the delay, Turkey's calls for extraditing suspected militants, a demand to lift an arms embargo, and fears that ratification might provoke ...
Efforts to defuse Kosovo crisis intensify
The leaders of Germany and France will lead a renewed diplomatic push to defuse tensions in Kosovo on Thursday. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron plan to meet the leaders of Serbia and Kosovo at a summit ...
Macron urges 'tangible' NATO guarantees for Ukraine
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday called on the West to offer Ukraine "tangible and credible" security guarantees as it battles Russia's invasion.
Russia to close four consulates in Germany
Russo-German relations are at a new low after the German government announced on Wednesday that Russia will have to close four out of its five consultants across Germany.
Elizabeth Holmes begins eleven year sentence
The founder of Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes has entered a Texas prison to begin her sentence for a notorious hoax that involved dangerously overselling the capabilities of her company's blood testing technology.
Twitter pulls out of anti-fake news code
Despite Twitter’s withdrawal, the EU’s anti-disinformation code remains “strong,” said Vera Jourova.
Famous faces take in 'Manhattanhenge'
"Manhattanhenge brings not magic, but majesty" says astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson who coined the term "Manhattanhenge". It happens for a few days a year when the sun aligns with the grid-streets of New York.
Ceasefire in Ukraine 'not enough'; says EU
A ceasefire in Ukraine would lead to a 'frozen conflict,' says Ursula von der Leyen. The European Commission president suggested creating a group of "like-minded states" to provide security guarantees to Ukraine during a keynote speech.
Algae, the new low-carbon source of protein
Aquaculture is seen as key to mitigating the challenges faced by the traditional fishing sector.
Fans gearing up for Europa League Final
Budapest is gearing up to host the Europa League final where Spanish side Sevilla will face José Mourinho's Roma in front of 60,000 fans.
Air New Zealand weighing passengers before boarding
New Zealand's national airline is asking passengers to step on the scales before they board international flights as part of a month-long survey of the weight and balance of its planes before take-off.
US urges Turkey to back Sweden's NATO bid
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Tuesday that the “time is now” for Turkey to drop its objections to Sweden joining NATO. Sweden and neighbouring Finland sought NATO membership after Russia began its full-scale invasion of Uk...
IMF raises growth estimate for Ukraine's economy
The International Monetary Fund says that despite the war Ukraine's economy is performing better than it expected leading it to approve a financial loan package.
Kyiv bombarded in third wave of attacks
Kyiv endured a third attack overnight in less than 24 hours. On Tuesday night Ukrainian air defences destroyed 29 of 31 Iran-made Shahed drones launched at Kyiv by Russia.
Ancient embalming workshops uncovered in Egypt
Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed two embalming workshops and two tombs with 4,500 old artifacts in the Saqqara necropolis south of Cairo, Egypt.
Over 600 migrants disembark in Italy's Bari
They came from Syria, Bangladesh, Palestine, Egypt and Pakistan on board a reportedly overcrowded fishing boat.
More victims uncovered in Pompeii ruins
The world-famous ruins of Pompeii still have many secrets for us to discover. Recent discoveries have been made thanks to The Great Pompeii Project, launched in 2012 to stop the deterioration of the archaeological site.
Chilean court convicts Darth Vader
The cult villain of the Star Wars saga appeared before the Valparaiso Court of Appeal in Chile, during a mock trial organized on Heritage Day.
Barcelona play final match at Camp Nou before revamp
It has been a theatre of dreams for some or a cauldron of nightmares for others. Now, after more than more than six decades, football drama finally ended at Barcelona's legendary Camp Nou with the stadium shutting for a major refit.
Poland to probe 'Russian influence'
The special committee will investigate cases of "Russian influence" in Poland's internal security between 2007 and 2022.
Scandinavian exercise prepares for Russian aggression
The Arctic Challenge Exercise is back for its sixth edition. Hosted by Finland, Norway and Sweden, the ACE is one of Europe's largest live air exercises. Approximately 150 different aircraft will be joining the exercise.
Sudan truce extended for five days
Sudan’s warring sides on Monday agreed to extend a shaky cease-fire in their battle for control of the country, after two key international mediators signalled impatience with persistent truce violations.
'Relentless': Kyiv endures more air attacks
Ukrainian defense forces said they shot down more than 20 drones during a fresh wave of Russian air attacks on Kyiv early Tuesday (May 30) which killed at least one person and injured four others when their apartment building was hit and...
Turkish election 'free but not fair', observers say
'Media bias and ongoing restrictions to freedom of expression created an unlevel playing field, and contributed to an unjustified advantage of the incumbent', the OSCE said on Monday.
NATO troops injured in Kosovo clashes, 3 critical
The NATO-led KFOR peacekeeping force on Monday said that 25 of its troops, including 11 from Italy, were injured in the clashes with ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo who were trying to take over the offices of one of the municipalities wh...