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Europe drought: Images show extremely low water levels along Rhine River as officials warn transport…

Images show critically low water levels on one of Europe's biggest rivers as officials warned drought conditions could affect the transport of goods…

Ukraine war: Satellite images show Russian warplanes destroyed in Crimea airbase attack

Satellite images appear to show several Russian warplanes at an airbase in Crimea have been damaged or destroyed.

Climate crisis: Drought hitting nearly half of Europe - and it could last for months

Almost half of European Union land is currently under a drought warning or in the most severe "alert" status, hampering agriculture, energy production…

Indian actor Aamir Khan starring in Hindi remake of Forrest Gump - but it's facing a boycott

Indian actor Aamir Khan enjoyed movie classic Forrest Gump so much that he's starring in a Hindi remake of the iconic film - but it's facing the threat…

Art work stolen from elderly widow 'in bizarre soothsayer plot' found by police in Brazil

Millions of pounds worth of art work stolen from an elderly widow in an alleged plot involving a soothsayer has been found by police in Brazil.

'Amazing miracle': King Jong Un declares North Korea COVID-free - but reports emerge he has had 'a fever'

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has declared victory over COVID-19, while his sister has admitted he suffered "a fever" during the outbreak.

Islamic Jihad Movement blames Israel for recent bout violence as Gaza takes first steps back toward…

The people of Gaza are taking their first tentative steps towards normality after three days of violence in the territory.

Iranian operative charged over 'plot to kill Donald Trump's former adviser John Bolton', says US

The US says an Iranian operative has been charged over an alleged plot to murder John Bolton who was national security adviser to former president…

Donald Trump says he refused to answer questions in New York investigation

Donald Trump has said he invoked the fifth amendment and would not answer questions under oath in the long-running New York civil investigation…

Steven Seagal visits prison holding Ukrainian detainees days after dozens killed in attack

Steven Seagal has visited a prison camp run by Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine which was hit by a deadly attack days earlier.

Europe's drought on course to be worst for 500 years, European Commission researcher warns

The drought scorching much of the European Union is set to be the worst endured since the sixteenth century, a senior scientist at the European Commission's…

China's ambassador to the UK summoned by Foreign Secretary Liz Truss over 'wide-ranging escalation'…

China's ambassador to the UK has been summoned to the Foreign Office over Beijing's "aggressive and wide-ranging escalation" against Taiwan.

Russians buy last items from H&M and Ikea as stores prepare to exit country after invasion of Ukraine…

Shoppers in Russia have been snapping up items for the final time from H&M and Ikea, which are about to leave the country following the invasion on…

Russian journalist Marina Ovsyannikova who protested Ukraine war live on TV has home raided

Russian authorities have raided the home of a former state TV journalist who quit after making an on-air protest against the war in Ukraine.

Another week of high temperatures means no respite for much of drought-hit France

In Seillans, southeast France, the stream is dry, a fountain near the town hall no longer flows and the ground is parched.