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Climate crisis: China pledges to become carbon neutral by 2060
China, the world's worst polluter, has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2060.
Coronavirus: Intensive care units reaching saturation as Marseille doctors deal with 'alarming' second wave
Go to any hospital in the southern French city of Marseille and you will see the impact a second wave of COVID-19 is having.
Resuming sexual activity after heart attack linked to improved survival, study finds
Having sex again a few months after suffering a heart attack may improve chances of survival, a new research suggests.
Ex-traffic cop who claims to be reincarnation of Jesus arrested in Russia
A former traffic police officer who claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus has been arrested by Russian security forces.
Body of well-known paraglider found in US mountains - weeks after he went missing
A well-known paraglider has been found dead in the mountains of Nevada in the US, nearly a month after he went missing.
Rescuers battling to save 180 whales stranded off Australian coast
Rescuers in Australia say conditions are in their favour as they try to save around 180 whales stranded in one of the country's worst beaching events.
Luis Suarez faces investigation after 'cheating' on Italian citizenship test
Police in Italy have opened an investigation after Luis Suarez, one of the most controversial players in world football, was accused of cheating on his Italian citizenship test ahead of a move to the country.
NASA reveals plans for 2024 mission to send first woman to Moon
NASA have outlined plans for a space programme which will see the first woman sent to the Moon in 2024.
Dark web crackdown on opioid traffickers triggers 179 arrests across world, including four in UK
Police have arrested 179 people, including four in the UK, as part of a global crackdown on dark web opioid trafficking.
'Horrible experiment' appears to show that Twitter's cropping tool is racially biased
Twitter has launched an investigation after users claimed that its image cropping feature favours the faces of white people.