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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.
A major section of a highway bridge in northern Italy partially collapsed on Tuesday, sending vehicles hurtling toward the earth and leaving 22 people dead, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said.
At least 22 people are dead after a bridge near Genoa partially collapsed. Follow here for the latest.
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A large section of a highway bridge in northern Italy collapsed during torrential rains Tuesday, crushing several vehicles and causing a number of fatalities.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a boycott of American electronics in response to US President Donald Trump's tariffs on Turkish steel.
Around 80 cars were set on fire and a further 40 vandalized in the city of Gothenburg in western Sweden on Monday night, according to Hans Lippens, police spokesman for the country's western region.
Gibraltar has moved to strip a stranded migrant rescue ship of its registration amid a row over which country is responsible for taking in the 141 desperate migrants, including dozens of children, on board.
More than 300 people were injured after a wooden platform collapsed at a music festival in Spain on Sunday.
Turkey's president lashed out at the US during a defiant speech Sunday, as the lira crumbled further following President Donald Trump's approval of higher tariffs and the threat of sanctions over an imprisoned pastor.
Tens of thousands of Romanians held another anti-government protest Saturday, a day after a previous demonstration turned violent and injured more than 400 people.
A large anti-government protest in Romania's capital, Bucharest, turned violent as demonstrators and police clashed, state media reported, leaving many in need of medical care.
The movement began in response to a new study that found that 88% of streets in some major cities are named after men.
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Centuries of unwanted and lost items -- from medieval shoes to modern cellphones -- are helping to tell the story of Amsterdam's urban history from a fresh perspective.
A German man in his 70s is missing and 1,600 people have been evacuated because of flash floods in France, according to authorities.
Computer and video games featuring Nazi symbols such as the swastika can now be sold in Germany uncensored after a regulatory body lifted the longstanding ban.
Julian Assange and his legal team are "seriously considering" a request from the US Senate Intelligence Committee to testify on Russian election meddling.