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In a world currently in a state of flux there are, at least, some constants. Kim Kardashian is still busy on Instagram, Piers Morgan is still busy on Twitter, and theatre producers across the globe are still busy putting on Shakespeare's plays...
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The rich are primarily to blame for the global climate crisis, a study by the University of Leeds of 86 countries claims. The wealthiest tenth of people consume about 20 times more energy overall than the bottom ten, wherever they live.
The word "caremongering" did not exist on Friday 12 March. Yet just three days later what started as a ploy to help vulnerable people in Toronto has turned into a movement spreading fast across Canada...
Scientists in Australia say they have identified how the body's immune system fights the Covid-19 virus. Their research, published in Nature Medicine journal on Tuesday, shows people are recovering from the new virus like they would from the flu...
After six months of analysis, experts released a 200-page report detailing how the fragments were forged - likely made from old shoe leather. The scrolls are a set of ancient manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible.
Bernard Preynat, 74, admitted abusing boy scouts while a scout leader in Lyon. During his trial, he had told the court he had not understood how serious or grave his crimes were.
The first human trial of a vaccine to protect against pandemic coronavirus is starting in the US later on Monday, according to reports. The vaccine cannot cause Covid-19 but contains a harmless genetic code copied from the virus that causes the disease.
Spain's King Felipe VI has renounced the inheritance of his scandal-hit father Juan Carlos. In a statement, the palace said that Juan Carlos, who abdicated in 2014, would also stop receiving an annual grant of €194,000 (£174,800; $217,100)...
The government has urged manufactures such as car companies to start making ventilators to deal with the worsening coronavirus crisis. The prime minister is due to hold a call with engineering firms on Monday.
Two other works were stolen from Christ Church Picture Gallery, St Aldates, at about 23:00 GMT on Saturday. Police said "thorough investigation" was under way to recover the paintings...
A familiar scent triggers childhood memories for our brain columnist, prompting him to wonder what is going on in his head.The toy cupboard at my grandmother's house had a particular smell. I cannot tell you what it was, but sometimes now, as an adult, I will catch a whiff of it...
It started out as a project in an online forum and turned into the best-selling video game of all time, but now Minecraft is being used for something even its creator would not have dreamt of.
They appeared bemused when officials greeted them with elbows, before the pair were told of new social etiquette measures to help curb coronavirus. Mali said no ransom had been paid.
From Greta Thunberg to Donald Trump and airlines to oil companies, everyone is suddenly going crazy for trees. The UK government has pledged to plant millions a year while other countries have schemes running into billions.
Around the UK, shoppers are emptying shelves as fears grow over the spread of coronavirus. Social media is full of reports of empty shop shelves, and some supermarkets have begun restricting the sale of certain goods.
The astronauts and cosmonauts on board the International Space Station have brought with them a host of bacteria from Earth. How do they keep them from creating havoc?By 1998, after 12 years in orbit, Russian space station Mir was showing its age.
As the coronavirus spreads across the US, tens of millions of Americans may not seek medical help either because they are uninsured or undocumented. That puts everyone in society at greater risk. Sebastian shows me his hands. His skin is dry and cracked through over washing.
Before the show, they headed to the toilets. "I spent 30 minutes in the queue waiting to pee," she recalls. Much to her frustration, she missed the first part of the concert. Meanwhile David took just "two minutes", and saw the whole show...
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