At big tournaments like the UEFA EURO championship, there is always room for national pride. For some fans, the best way to show this is by bringing flags to games or simply by wearing the jerseys of their national teams. Meanwhile, there are also those who go a little bit further to express their support.
The US and Russian leaders will hold their first meeting since Biden took office on 16 June in Geneva.
The Group of Seven (G7) summit in the United Kingdom will last until 13 June. It consists of the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United States. Meanwhile, activists have also arrived to voice their concerns regarding the global agenda.
The exact date of ice cream's invention is unknown, but according to some sources, frozen desserts originated in Persia in 550 BC.
The UEFA Euro 2020 was postponed last year due to the coronavirus pandemic but with restrictions in place, the national teams are now ready to do battle for Europe's football crown.
Politics and environmentalism go hand in hand these days. Contemporary artists are often inspired by significant political events, such as summits or conferences involving high-ranking figures.
In late May, the remains of 215 children were found at the site of a former residential school for indigenous children, who died as a result of what the authorities called "cultural genocide." Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described the discovery as "heartbreaking."
Going right back to the ancient Greeks when Myron of Eleutherae fashioned his Discus Thrower in the fifth century BC, sport and art have had a strong connection, with artists frequently inspired by outstanding athletes to memorialise their contribution to sporting history.
The renowned actress and singer would've turned 95 on 1 June 2021.
The people who decide the fate of mankind nowadays were not born politicians. In childhood and adolescence, they were the same as their peers, and now the lives and well-being of millions of people depend on them.
Everybody knows great actors, rock stars, and sports legends who are famous for their magnificent eyes. Some have a penetrating glare, others are known for their kind looks, and several are famous for the fantastic and rare colour of their iris. But only a few look like their eyes were created by a modern artist who mixed a lot of shades together.
More than a year on, the coronavirus pandemic has hardly showed any signs of dying down. Thankfully, a number of vaccines are now available for public use, but people are not legally obliged to be immunised against the virus. How can those still hesitating getting a shot be convinced to do so?
The Richat Structure above northwest Sahara – also referred to as the Eye of the Sahara – has been snapped by European Space Agency's Thomas Pesquet, who shared the aerial images on Twitter. Netizens were quick to point out that the photos resemble Mars' iconic red surface.
The 65th Eurovision Song Contest was held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, following the country's victory in the 2019 contest.
Naomi Campbell started her career at the age of 15 when she was noticed on the street by a fashion recruiter. A year later, she went to Paris, where her rise to stardom commenced in earnest.
Over the past 24 hours, India has confirmed 257,299 new cases of the coronavirus, with the total number of infected reaching 26,289,290.
The ceasefire comes amid an exchange of rocket fire between Hamas and the IDF that lasted for more than a week. Since the violence erupted, 12 Israelis have lost their lives, with 50 others seriously wounded. Palestinian casualties currently stand at 227 killed, including 64 children.
On 20 May 2021, the world celebrates the 150th anniversary of the invention of modern jeans by Jacob W Davis - a breakthrough that has really changed the way people dress.
The village used to be inhabited by hundreds of people before it was flooded to create an artificial lake for a hydroelectric plant.
To date, six deaths have been reported and over 120 people are feared missing on vessels adrift in the Arabian Sea.