Watch: Visitors step behind the Iron Curtain with VR tour of East Berlin

Watch: Visitors step behind the Iron Curtain with VR tour of East Berlin

This virtual reality tour begins near the infamous Checkpoint Charlie border station between East and West Berlin.
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Watch: Fun in the Alpine sun, until the cows come home

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Watch: FIFA tells Iran women must be allowed into stadiums

Watch: FIFA tells Iran women must be allowed into stadiums

Iranian women have been banned from stadiums since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, however FIFA said it expects to see 'positive developments' starting with Iran's next home game in October.
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A Traviata for the 21st Century takes Paris by storm

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Germany's Climate Cabinet meets as global climate strike calls increase

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Watch: Stormtrooper helmet, Joker's suit and Holy Hand Grenade up for auction

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Green initiatives 'good for the economy', climate expert tells governments

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Interpol-coordinated maritime border operation detects over 12 suspected foreign terrorist fighters

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Paris Saint-Germain thrash Real Madrid in Champions League opener

Paris Saint-Germain thrash Real Madrid in Champions League opener

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Trudeau 'brownface' photo: Canadian PM apologizes for costume in 2001 photo

Trudeau 'brownface' photo: Canadian PM apologizes for costume in 2001 photo

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Emmanuel Macron and Giuseppe Conte talk migration policy in Rome

Emmanuel Macron and Giuseppe Conte talk migration policy in Rome

French President Emmanuel Macron met with Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in Rome on Wednesday.
Donald Trump gives orders to 'substantially increase' sanctions on Iran

Donald Trump gives orders to 'substantially increase' sanctions on Iran

Donald Trump gives orders to 'substantially increase' sanctions on Iran
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Watch again: Supreme Court hears evidence on parliament suspension

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Ceremony honours fallen US soldiers in all-but-forgotten WWII battle

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From the factory floor to prison, Lyon Biennale moves into uncharted territory

From the factory floor to prison, Lyon Biennale moves into uncharted territory

One of Europe's leading contemporary art events, the Lyon Biennale, embraces the metro area and the entire region.
Watch: Parent of sick child confronts Johnson on hospital visit — 'the NHS has been destroyed'

Watch: Parent of sick child confronts Johnson on hospital visit — 'the NHS has been destroyed'

The father of a sick child confronted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he visited an east London hospital on Wednesday.
Energy “Trilemma” Debated at World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi

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What is the UK Supreme Court, and what will this hearing mean for the prorogation of parliament?

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