A breed for speed, Salukis in the Gulf race to be top dog

A breed for speed, Salukis in the Gulf race to be top dog

With long legs, a lean body, and sometimes feathered ears, the Arabian Saluki is not only considered a canine beauty, but also a skillful hunter.
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Misinformation on social media is a 'growing threat' to coronavirus vaccine efforts

Misinformation on social media is a 'growing threat' to coronavirus vaccine efforts

Concern among doctors is growing over the spread of misinformation about vaccines on social media platforms.
Beirut explosion: What is ammonium nitrate and why is it being blamed for the disaster?

Beirut explosion: What is ammonium nitrate and why is it being blamed for the disaster?

The compound blamed for the disaster is not easily combustible but has been implicated in several explosions and attacks.
Beirut port blast: Countries offer help for Lebanon's devastated capital

Beirut port blast: Countries offer help for Lebanon's devastated capital

Lebanon has received offers of help from abroad after the Beirut port blast amid fears over health, food security and the country's already-shattered economy.
Brexit uncertainty: Study shows rise in UK citizens moving to EU countries since 2016

Brexit uncertainty: Study shows rise in UK citizens moving to EU countries since 2016

Brexit has led to a sharp increase in the number of people moving from the United Kingdom to European Union countries, a new study suggests.
Beirut blast: Over 100 dead as rescuers battle with Lebanon's 'national disaster'

Beirut blast: Over 100 dead as rescuers battle with Lebanon's 'national disaster'

At least 100 have been killed and thousands injured after two huge explosions, thought to have been caused by chemicals, devastated a large area of the Lebanese capital.
Several injured after massive explosion rocks Lebanese capital Beirut

Several injured after massive explosion rocks Lebanese capital Beirut

There are reports that a massive explosion has rocked the Lebanese capital.
Belarus leader warns of 'harsh sanctions' against opposition protests ahead of presidential vote

Belarus leader warns of 'harsh sanctions' against opposition protests ahead of presidential vote

Belarusian authorities have detained more than 1,000 participants in protests since the campaign's start.
UN chief says COVID-19 has led to largest disruption to education in history

UN chief says COVID-19 has led to largest disruption to education in history

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the world is facing a "generational catastrophe that could waste untold human potential, undermine decades of progress, and exacerbate entrenched inequalities."
FIFA damage 'irreversible' over investigation into its president Gianni Infantino

FIFA damage 'irreversible' over investigation into its president Gianni Infantino

The world football governing body's image has been further tarnished by a Swiss criminal investigation into the conduct of its president Gianni Infantino.
Facebook labels a second manipulated video of Nancy Pelosi video as "partly false"

Facebook labels a second manipulated video of Nancy Pelosi video as "partly false"

Facebook was strongly criticised for not removing a similarly edited video of the US House Speaker in May 2019.
Greenpeace activists climb onto roof of Poland's Environment Ministry in protest

Greenpeace activists climb onto roof of Poland's Environment Ministry in protest

The NGO is demanding more action from the government to protect Poland's forests from logging schemes.
Coronavirus: France makes masks mandatory in some outdoor public spaces

Coronavirus: France makes masks mandatory in some outdoor public spaces

People in Nice, Lille and Bayonne, among other French towns and cities, now have to wear masks at open-air markets, among other outdoor public spaces.
John Hume: Nobel laureate and former leader of Northern Ireland's SDLP has died

John Hume: Nobel laureate and former leader of Northern Ireland's SDLP has died

Hume, a Catholic, is chiefly known for being a key figure in the Northern Ireland peace process, having insisted on the importance of holding talks with republican party Sinn Féin.
Homes evacuated as Southern California wildfire grows east of Los Angeles

Homes evacuated as Southern California wildfire grows east of Los Angeles

Thousands of people were under evacuation orders on Sunday after a wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles exploded in size and crews battled flames in high temperatures.
Coronavirus: Melbourne under curfew as Australia's Victoria state imposes new lockdown

Coronavirus: Melbourne under curfew as Australia's Victoria state imposes new lockdown

Sweeping new coronavirus restrictions were imposed from Sunday night, after a disaster was declared in the virus-hit Australian state.
Spanish tourist season worst ever due to coronavirus pandemic

Spanish tourist season worst ever due to coronavirus pandemic

Spain is suffering its worst tourist season ever as fears and restrictions over coronavirus prevent people from taking the risk of traveling abroad
Italy remembers the victims of the Bologna Massacre 40 years on

Italy remembers the victims of the Bologna Massacre 40 years on

Italy commemorates the victims of the Bologna Massacre - the most deadly attack on its soil since the end of the Second World War.
New rail route connects Prague, Vienna and Budapest during pandemic

New rail route connects Prague, Vienna and Budapest during pandemic

RegioJet says its service is designed to compete with low-cost airlines.
Thousands protest in Berlin against coronavirus measures

Thousands protest in Berlin against coronavirus measures

Germany has been easing lockdown measures since late April but social-distancing rules remain in place, as does a requirement to wear masks on public transport and in shops.
Romanian film festival pays socially-distanced homage to Federico Fellini

Romanian film festival pays socially-distanced homage to Federico Fellini

The Transilvania International Film Festival's 19th edition has opened in the city of Cluj-Napoca.
South Arica's COVID-19 battered economy produces more poachers

South Arica's COVID-19 battered economy produces more poachers

More desperate people are poaching in game reserves to get by, but they're different from the professionals who kill rhinos for their horns.
France and Italy agree to unify border forces to combat people smuggling

France and Italy agree to unify border forces to combat people smuggling

Both countries' guards and officials will operate under one command to make them more effective.
As western Europe sizzles many flock to beaches and ignore COVID-19 restrictions

As western Europe sizzles many flock to beaches and ignore COVID-19 restrictions

Swathes of Western Europe is wilting under intense heat, with socially-distanced crowds seeking relief in fountains and pools as authorities warn of COVID-19 and wildfire risks.
Coronavirus: EU says it struck deal with Sanofi for 300 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine

Coronavirus: EU says it struck deal with Sanofi for 300 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine

Coronavirus: EU says it struck deal with Sanofi for 300 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine