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Lithuania and China spar over contacts with Taiwan. Could this diplomatic spat be a test case for Europe's future relations with Beijing? How new Taliban media rules are forcing Afghan women out of public life, and back into the shadows.
EU's Global Ambitions - Turkish Lira - Tourism Dependence
Moderna CEO comments on variant spook investors - WTO postponement a blow to vaccine equity efforts - Calls grow for ethical farming, but funds lacking
Indonesian para-athlete Ni Nengah Widiasih was partially paralyzed by polio as a child. At the 2020 Paralympics, she won a silver medal for weightlifting. She says when you dream big and try hard nothing can stop you.
Markets Still Rattled - German Retailers Sound Alarm - Portugal is revamping its 'Golden Visa' rules
The world faces a global energy crisis. Demand for energy is climbing rapidly, but supply is down. Why?
Markets still puzzled by variant - German retailers sound alarm - Portugal is revamping its 'Golden Visa' rules
After a 20-month enforced break due to COVID-19, Muay Thai competitions have starting again in Bangkok's traditional Lumpinee Stadium. For the first time, female athletes are allowed to enter the ring.
Single sachets of coffee, soap or laundry liquid are ubiquitous in South East Asia. Large packs are too expensive for the poor, but the single sachet packs aren't in fact a better deal. Moreover, they're bad for the environment.
Global markets drop on coronavirus variant fears - Resurgent demand could drive bumper Black Friday - Japan's public baths face energy squeeze
Pakistani businesses and brands are increasingly opting for Turkish artists in their commercials, heightening anxiety among local actors.
German coalition sets out plans for next government - Spain rushes to limit soaring energy bills - Supply backlogs causing Christmas toy shortage
Christmas Crisis - Sinking Lira - Bitcoin City
Cases of measles and rubella have increased drastically in Pakistani children during the coronavirus pandemic. Now, health authorities are fighting back with one of the largest vaccination campaigns in history.
After tennis star Peng Shuai made sexual assault allegations against an ex-vice premier, she was not seen for two weeks. Here are some other prominent Chinese figures who mysteriously vanished before reappearing later.
Baby Bust - Mining Misery - Charge Challenge
In Portugal, workers from south Asia pick the berries that fill European supermarket shelves. It’s a back-breaking job - with pay under four euros an hour, and ten-hour days. The incentive? The hope of an EU passport.
While quite a few people in Europe believe their freedoms are compromised by pressure to get vaccinated against COVID-19, in most places in Asia, it's just the opposite: Many believe vaccination is now the key to regaining their freedom.
Coronavirus restrictions tightening across Europe - Afghan women struggle without jobs
India: Farm Laws Scrapped - Crypto Crackdown - Solar Spain
‘Girls for Future’ follows four girls as they fight for a better future. Aged between 11 and 14 years, they are all directly affected by environmental destruction - from air pollution to water shortage - and its consequences.
'Girls for Future' follows four girls as they fight for a better future. Aged between 11 and 14 years, they are all directly affected by environmental destruction - from air pollution to water shortage - and its consequences.
Indian officials have called for the deportation of nearly 40,000 Rohingya refugees, many of whom live in dire conditions. The government claims they are a threat to national security, but critics say it is a campaign of discrimination.
Smog Shutdown - Border Crisis - Non-Fungible Fad
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