Up’n Prüfstand is the name of a bar in Lower Saxony which measures just six square meters. Yet it can accomodate as many as 17 guests at a time -- provided they squeeze in tight.
As Russia joins the coronavirus lockdown, a St. Petersburg creative agency has come up with a way for people to go out without leaving their homes. Now the founders of the platform want to take your social life online.
At only 2.96-millimeters and 0.063 grams, Switzerland's national mint has created the world's smallest gold coin. The mint said it tried to apply the same absolute precision of world-renowned physicist Albert Einstein.
The coronavirus lockdown in the UK has left many British workers unable to do their jobs. The promise of government help has brought comfort to some, but others still fear for their survival, as Rob Watts reports.
Baby Saybie weighed little more than an apple when she was born. Doctors said she wouldn't survive long. But after five months in intensive care, she's been given the all-clear to go home with her family.
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