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The UK government must tell the public small, easy changes will not be enough to tackle climate change, warn experts. Researchers from Imperial College London say we must eat less meat and dairy, swap cars for bikes, take fewer flights, and ditch gas boilers at home.
Police arrested Chikwanda Chisendele, a first-year civil engineering student at the Copperbelt University, on Monday. The 21-year-old was caught with cannabis-laced cakes weighing more than 1kg (2.2lb), police said.
US actress Jane Fonda has been arrested while participating in a climate change protest in Washington DC. The 81-year-old was filmed being escorted away by police officers as she protested outside the US Capitol building with Oil Change International, a group advocating for clean energy.
Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, used an Oval Office meeting to seek the release of a jailed client, US media report...
Account details of more than 250,000 people who used a site for sex workers in the Netherlands have been stolen in a hack attack. Email addresses, user names and encrypted passwords were stolen from a site called Hookers.nl.
Eastern European crime gangs are repeatedly forcing trafficked women into sexual exploitation and sham marriages, a BBC investigation found. The programme, Humans for Sale, found one Slovakian girl who had been trafficked to Glasgow three times.
Four people have been convicted of human trafficking and slavery offences over a six-year period in Glasgow. The gang were found guilty of forcing women into prostitution and sham marriages.
Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, who became the first person in history to spacewalk in 1965, has died aged 85. Tethered to a spaceship by a 14.8m (16ft) cable, the Russian floated above Earth for 12 minutes.
An Australian man who kidnapped a child from a shopping centre and molested her in remote scrubland has been jailed. Sterling Mervyn Free, 27, lured the seven-year-old girl out of a Kmart store in Brisbane last December.
Twenty-one years after Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain took his life in April 1994, the first authorised documentary about the rock hero is being released.
Dyson, the UK-based company best known for its vacuum cleaners, has scrapped a £2.5bn project to build electric cars.
You can be born into it, you can earn it, and you can lose it. Increasingly, you can also invest your way into it. The "it" is citizenship of a particular country, and it is a more fluid concept than ever before...
Apple has removed an app that protesters in Hong Kong have used to track police movements and tear gas use, saying the app violated its rules. The company said the app, HKmap.live, had "been used in ways that endanger law enforcement and residents"...
The brewer of Scotland's best-selling beer has invested £14m in improving its environmental credentials. From next Spring, cans of Tennent's lager - made at the Wellpark brewery in Glasgow - will be packaged in cardboard...
It's one of the most bizarre guided tours I've ever been on. I'm driving around Berlin with Egon Krenz - the last communist leader of East Germany. "And over there was Lenin Square. There was a big Lenin statue. But they took it down."...
Eimi Haga followed the ninja technique of "aburidashi", spending hours soaking and crushing soybeans to make the ink. The words appeared when her professor heated the paper over his gas stove...
The island in the Firth of Clyde was scanned using airborne laser scanning. The technique, known as lidar, created a 3D record of the land surface.
The Nobel Prize for Literature is set to be awarded on Thursday. Twice. The Handmaid's Tale author Margaret Atwood, fellow Canadian Anne Carson and Russian novelist Lyudmila Ulitskaya are among the names thought to be in contention for the prizes this year...
Train breakdowns and worsening traffic have put commuters on edge. But Senator Salvador Panelo - the president's spokesman - told commuters if they wanted to arrive earlier, they should set off earlier...

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