Border closures see demand for Europe's fruit and vegetable dry up
Picture a traditional English summer. For many, Wimbledon and strawberries come to mind.
Since 1877, the lawn tennis tournament at Wimbledon, a suburb of London, has been a fixture in Britain
France records highest daily Covid-19 death toll of 833
COVID-19: Romania To Extend State Of Emergency; Russian Cases Jump
The global death toll is nearing 70,000 with almost 1.3 million infections confirmed, causing mass disruptions as governments continue to try to slow the spread of the new respiratory illness.<
Guinean president enacts new constitution
Guinea's President Alpha Conde has enacted a new constitution following a referendum last month on changes that critics fear are aimed at extending his time in office.
Changing the constituti
Japanese astronomers explain oddities of planet Uranus
Tokyo [Japan], April 6 (ANI): The strange axis of rotation of planet Uranus and the unusual properties of its moons and ring system are likely due to an ancient giant icy impact, suggests a study cond
VW loses infamous 'dieselgate' lawsuit in UK
Volkswagen faces the threat of a hefty "dieselgate" payout in Britain after a court Monday ruled in favour of more than 90 000 drivers whose vehicles cheated emissions tests.
Virus spurs global free-for-all over $597 billion medical trade
Germany's Vice Chancellor Olaf Scholz has said the shared experience of battling the coronavirus could lead to a "new age of solidarity."
There's little sign of the crisis bringing nations cl
10 foreigners who became Heroes of the Soviet Union
History Apr 06 2020 Boris Egorov
Archive photo; Vasily Malyshev, Yuri Ivanov/Sputnik; Alexander Konkov/TASS The USSR bestowed its highest award not only on Soviet citizens. Sometimes, the h
Russia To Halt Train Service To Kaliningrad Due To Coronavirus
Russia is temporarily halting passenger train service between its two largest cities and the Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad as it tries to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Leclerc admits he was too impatient in 2019
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc reveals the most important lesson he learned in his first season with the Scuderia "patience".
The Monegasque driver burst on
U.S. accused of diverting masks meant for Europe
PanARMENIAN.Net - The United States has been accused of "modern piracy" after allegedly diverting a shipment of masksv intended for the German police, and outbidding other countrie
Mask slips: U-turn as world leaders tell public to cover their faces
Having told their populations that wearing masks was all but useless against the coronavirus, several Western countries have performed dramatic U-turns in the last few days.
The rapid rethink
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