As well as driving many of Europe’s large land-based wildlife to extinction, the Romans may also played a role in at least two species of whales disappearing from the Mediterranean.
Britain urged to use bath and shower water to wash cars and feed garden plants as fears of a hosepipe ban loom.
Three men have been convicted of smuggling 89 guns into Britain, hidden inside engine blocks. The National Crime Agency says previous consignments which had got through had ended up in the hands of London gangs.
PARIS (Sputnik) – French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday refuted media reports claiming that US President Donald Trump threatened that the United States would withdraw from NATO during the alliance's summit in Brussels.
US President Donald Trump has withdrawn the US from the Iran nuclear agreement, pledging to reimpose sanctions lifted under the deal as well as those concerning other countries doing business with Iran.
Two European teams will face each other in the World Cup final on July 15. One of them is a more familiar 'face' among football lovers, but calls have been voiced not to dismiss the novice.
Serena Williams will attempt to win her 24th Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon on Saturday against Germany's Angelique Kerber, who she beat in the 2016 final. Sputnik looks at how unusual it is for sportswomen to come back to top form after having a child.
Failure to agree on a special status for the City of London may allow major EU cities such as Paris to grow as rival financial centres.
A request for a sound system and stage for the anti US President Donald Trump protest in Britain has been refused by London's Metropolitan Police Service.
The International Space Station is believed to be the third brightest object in the sky after the Sun and Moon, which means that you can spot the space outpost without using a telescope.
The US president addressed the media on Thursday in Brussels, where he has attended the NATO Summit, speaking of his state visit in the UK and his view on Brexit.
Streamers are being told to forgo the most favorite TV tricks during football broadcasts at FIFA’s request, as the world’s football governing body has started a crackdown on sexism at stands and in the streets.
A senior Syrian officer has said that government troops now are able to liberate the province, which remains the last one mostly out of the government's control.
Bangladesh officials and locals in Rooppur have said that the nuclear power plant at Rooppur has brought modern infrastructure and various job opportunities to the region. The power plant will likely generate electricity to meet demands from crucial industries, thus providing a major push to the country’s economic goals.
US President Donald Trump's new strategy on Afghanistan stipulates an increase in the US's military presence in the country so as to force the Taliban, a terrorist group controlling a large part of the country, to negotiate a political settlement.
Leaders of NATO member-states convened the day before in Brussels to discuss the problems that arise before the block.
Loyalist mobs have caused trouble in Northern Ireland on the eve of the traditional 12th of July public holiday, which marks the anniversary of a 17th century victory by a Protestant King over a Catholic monarch. Sputnik spoke to two young woman from the Protestant community about what the date means to them.
Rajnath Singh, who will be accompanied by senior officials of his ministry and the top brass of the Border Security Force (BSF), will be holding crucial meetings with his Bangladeshi counterpart, Asaduzzaman Khan, and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
The uproar started after Horst Seehofer made a remark about “69 deported refugees on his 69th birthday,” while presenting his set of immigration policy improvements. However, the reported suicide of a young Afghan man who'd been convicted of assaults in Germany and sent back to his homeland a week ago fueled calls for his resignation.
Gulab Singh, Pakistan’s first Sikh police officer, has alleged that he was thrashed and forcibly evicted from his house by Pakistani armed forces in Lahore where his family had been living since the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.
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