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A nuclear-powered ice breaker Russia says is the world's largest and most powerful set off on Tuesday on a two-week journey to the Arctic as part of Moscow's efforts to tap the region's commercial potential.

Footage shows the Thames seen from the cockpit of the plane during a flyover which took place on Sunday (September 20) to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

Tributes and memorials to late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have popped up all over her hometown of New York City.

A massive wave of trash has washed up on the beaches of Omoa in northern Honduras, leaving nightmare scenes of pristine tropical beaches blighted by piles of garbage.

96-year-old Sara Lyons has the form of a 20-year-old, and has become the first person at her bowling club to score a "no tap-300".

Juliano Daurelio zips around Sao Paulo bringing meals to hungry customers. But unlike other food deliverymen, Juliano rides on an adapted bike to weave his way through the hectic streets of Brazil's mega city.

Ever wondered what an alligator sounds like after breathing in helium? Thanks to an international team of researchers we now know: somewhere between a grunt and a belch.

Media family saga "Succession," dystopian drama "Watchmen," and feel-good comedy "Schitt's Creek" dominated the Emmy Awards on Sunday in a show sprinkled with jokes about the coronavirus pandemic, political jibes and appeals for racial justice. Gloria Tso has more.

India reopened its famed monument to love, the Taj Mahal, with the first visitors trickling in on Monday (September 21), as authorities reported 86,961 new coronavirus infections, with no signs of a peak yet.

Researchers in Taiwan are trying to collect as many rare species as they can before they are lost to climate change and human encroachment. Francesca Lynagh reports.

A troop of Bolivian black-capped squirrel monkeys cooled off in the balmy September sun in the UK's capital city.

Artificial sand or crushed dolomite were dumped as part of the government's efforts to rehabilitate and 'beautify' the polluted coastline in Manila.

Turkish paraglider's stunt takes 'airbed' to its literal meaning, attaches it to a parachute.

Britain's violinist Daniel Hope played at a floating stage in Prague on Saturday bringing some joy of live music to Czechs weary of soaring numbers of coronavirus cases in the recent spike.

A French company is collecting fish skins that would otherwise wind up in restaurant trash cans, turning them into leather and pitching them at the high-end luxury market.

Croatian marine biologists are struggling to save the largest Mediterranean clam from extinction after a precipitous fall in numbers which they say was probably caused by a deadly pathogen.

Every weekend, volunteers gather on Malaysia's resort island of Tioman to gather ocean-bound plastic that can eventually be transformed into pellets and made into a range of products including auto parts, home appliances and furniture, with help from a recycling plant.

The iconic Vendee Globe round-the-world solo yacht race will set off as usual from France this year despite the coronavirus crisis.

NASA is considering approving by next April up to two planetary science missions from four proposals under review, including one to Venus that scientists involved in the project said could help determine whether or not that planet harbors life. Freddie Joyner has more.

A hospital in India has deployed a customer service robot to patrol its wards, connecting coronavirus patients to friends and relatives.

A hospital in India has deployed a customer service robot to patrol its wards, connecting coronavirus patients to friends and relatives.

Britain's World War Two record fundraising veteran, Captain Tom Moore, is releasing an autobiography, amid plans for yet more charity work.

While for many, snails are a delicious delicacy, Suheil Sweidan uses the Giant African Land snails on his client's faces, promising that their naturally produced slime will rejuvenate the skin.

Kazuyoshi Miura, the 53-year-old forward for J.League side Yokohama FC, began his career 34 years ago and is still going strong, wondering if he "can stay alive" without the sport after retiring.

An edible flip flop, handbag and a banana that tastes of chocolate - these are some of the creations by a bakery studio in Hong Kong helping it bounce back from a COVID-19 slump.

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