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It's back to work for northern Italy's cows, who are returning from their Alpine summer holidays. The cows spend summer eating mountain grass before returning to their stables for winter.
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.
Germany's so-called climate cabinet to meet on Friday to come up with concrete climate change legislation, to coincide with the call for a day of global climate strike.
A climate change expert has said world governments must realise that green climate initiatives are actually good for the economy. Bob Ward, from the London School of Ecoomics’ Grantham Institute on Climate Change said the two aims need each other.
A maritime border operation coordinated by Interpol has detected more than a dozen suspected "foreign terrorist fighters" (FTFs) travelling across the Mediterranean.
It was a victorious night for Paris Saint-Germain who beat Real Madrid 3-0 in their Champions League opener, as the group stage fixtures get underway.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologised for a photograph showing him in "brownface" makeup at a fancy dress party in 2001, labelling it "a dumb thing to do."
French President Emmanuel Macron met with Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in Rome on Wednesday.
The father of a sick child confronted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he visited an east London hospital on Wednesday.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been given an award by the German media for being "the voice of reason" in the Brexit crisis.
Crop and livestock production is projected to decrease and may even have to be abandoned in parts of Europe’s southern and Mediterranean regions due to the negative impacts of climate change, according to officials.
As the three-day hearing against Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament gets underway, we lay out the fundamentals of the court in which this case is being heard.
Conflicts over the use of land and resources in the Amazon have taken the lives of more than 300 people says new HRW report.