Elon Musk is preparing a rocket for the Mission Impossible actor as Moscow plans to send actors to the International Space Station.
The species is an iconic seafood item across Eastern America. But they're an invasive pest in Croatia, where the creatures have started wiping out the locals' own traditional seafood: a type of eel.
They are the first to die on the mountain in 2021, and bring the total death toll on Mt Everest to at least 311.
ANALYSIS: In a long-lost letter, Albert Einstein discusses bees, birds and whether new physics principles could come from studying animal senses.
A teenage girl living in Paris with 40,000 followers on Instagram is anointed the heir to the defunct Italian crown - to the disgust of a rival branch of the former royal family.
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A school shooting erupted Tuesday morning in the Russian city of Kazan, killing nine people and leaving 21 others hospitalised.
The 23-year-old woman has not yet had any adverse reactions to receiving five times the normal Pfizer vaccine dosage.
At the tourist hotspot, Romanian doctors are offering a Covid-19 jab in the arm rather than a stake through the heart.
There was a small and injured whale calf that seems to have become lost in London's River Thames, and authorities say its life is in danger hundreds of miles from home.
The 200-metre-long bridge takes a slow cruise through the heart of Rotterdam.
The traditional World War Two victory parade is a patriotic display of raw military power that this year coincides with soaring tensions with the West.
She was fond of Prince Philip and was once offered up as a potential bride for Prince Charles, but Olga Romanoff is now running an Airbnb, rather than trading on her roots.
Russian Denis Karagodin has spent years uncovering the truth behind his great-grandfather's death, but his discoveries can still bring trouble under Putin's watch.
Explosive UK report claims Prince Michael of Kent was willing to use his royal status for profit and to seek favours from the Russian President.
The travel website initially said the comments complied with its submission guidelines.
Boris Johnson has invited the leaders of the UK’s devolved nations to a union summit, as Nicola Sturgeon's SNP moves towards another Scottish independence referendum.
The Scottish National Party won its fourth straight parliamentary election on Saturday and insisted it will push with another referendum on Scotland's independence.
Nine Neanderthals were likely killed by hyenas and dragged back to a cave near Rome, where their remains have been found tens of thousands of years later.
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Archeologists have discovered the remains of nine Neanderthals at a prehistoric site near Rome, Italy's culture ministry said on Saturday.
This is the world's longest suspension footbridge. The newly completed 516 Arouca Bridge in Portugal is situated 175 m (574 ft) above the river Paiva, in the UNESCO-recognised Arouca Geopark.
Britain has announced it will open up travel from a handful of nations as a “first tentative step” towards resuming international travel, with NZ, Australia and Portugal included.
A proposed hijab ban for minors in public spaces in France has drawn outrage and prompted an online protest under the viral hashtag #HandsOffMyHijab (#PasToucheAMonHijab).
Two American tourists were sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday for the 2019 murder of a policeman near their Rome hotel in a case that shook the nation.
The mummy was initially thought to be a male priest.
UK's central bank keeps interest rates on hold as it forecasts the fastest annual economic growth since World War II, due largely to Covid vaccination.
Several leaders have praised the United States' call to remove patent protections on vaccines and expand their global reach — others are hesitant.
Vessels from Britain's Royal Navy and French police boats patrolled near the English Channel island of Jersey, as French fishermen angry about losing access to its waters protested.
As prosecutors and police officers chatted over coffee, local mobsters were watching and listening.