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Spurred by concerns about climate change, governments and companies worldwide are making plans for a post-oil era.
Aircraft manufacturers have produced some magnificent planes throughout aviation's history, and while many have ruled the skies, some have barely left the ground.
For centuries, fireworks have been used to mark major events around the world: the births of nations, weddings, birthdays, funerals and New Year's celebrations.
Read CNN's Fast Facts on the London Underground, also known as "The Tube," the oldest subway or metro transit system in the world.
French President Emmanuel Macron's office has begun dismissal proceedings against a senior security adviser accused of beating up a protester at a demonstration.
Lawmakers in Poland approved a judicial reform bill Friday that will make it easier for the ruling party to appoint a new head of the Supreme Court, despite opposition from civic rights protesters and the European Union.
The tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro has ruled out any plans to ignite a third world war despite US President Donald Trump suggesting otherwise.
Alexandre Benalla, a senior security advisor to French President Emmanuel Macron is under investigation for beating up protesters at a May Day demonstration.
As European leaders grappled with the fallout from the Donald Trump-Vladimir Putin summit Thursday, Russian authorities took the opportunity to show off some of the new weaponry Putin boasted in March would render NATO defenses "completely useless."
Spanish prosecutors have dropped a European Arrest Warrant for former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, over his part in last October's controversial independence referendum.
Montenegro responded to US President Donald Trump's remark that it is "very aggressive" by saying it was proud of its "peaceful politics."
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his summit with US President Donald Trump in Helsinki was "overall successful and led to productive agreements" but warned that "certain forces in America" are trying to undermine the results.
Russia has declared it will reopen the closed city where Russian scientists say chemical weapons and nerve agents, including the Novichok substance used in the Salisbury chemical attack, were made.
Nearly 100 people were forced to leave their homes overnight, the latest affected by dozens of wildfires raging across Sweden as far north as the Arctic Circle.
Turkey lifted a state of emergency Thursday, two years after a dramatic coup attempt nearly toppled President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Sweden is struggling to battle dozens of severe, drought-fueled forest fires raging across the country.
Former US president Barack Obama is urging more women to get involved in social movements and governance "because men have been getting on my nerves recently."
Newspapers around the world ran different photographs of the same scene on their front pages on Tuesday morning -- US President Donald Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin standing side-by-side at a news conference following their two-hour meeting in Helsinki, Finland.
Just 1% of children's books published in the UK last year featured an ethnic minority main character, according to a UK report.
Read CNN's Norway Terror Attacks Fast Facts and learn about the 2011 Norwegian terrorist attacks by Anders Breivik that killed 77 people.