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Spain's population to halve and Nigeria to be dominant global power within 80 years, report predicts
The global population is likely to shrink after the middle of this century, triggering shifts in economic power, a new report suggests.
Trump and China respond to UK's ban on Huawei
Donald Trump has welcomed Britain's decision to block Huawei from its 5G network - while China's ambassador to the UK said it was "disappointing and wrong".
Apple and Ireland win appeal over EU's €13bn tax demand
Apple and Ireland have won an appeal against an EU order that the tech giant pay the country €13bn (£11.6bn) in back taxes.
Record methane levels found in atmosphere (and these guys are largely to blame)
Burping cows are a massive contributor to emissions of the potent greenhouse gas methane, which has reached record levels according to new research.
Coronavirus: An emotional reunion in Bergamo - four months after the peak of Italy's outbreak
It was a cold but bright March day in the Upper City of Bergamo in Lombardy when I first met Michele and Serena, huddled together in big coats and scarves sitting on the steps of the magnificent library in the equally magnificent main square of the town.
Bubonic plague: Teenage boy dies from 'Black Death' disease
A 15 year-old boy has died of bubonic plague in Mongolia, according to the country's health ministry.
Frustrated in lockdown? Send your scream to Iceland. Wait, what?
Iceland is marketing itself as the "perfect place to let your frustrations out" as it channels the power of "scream therapy".
Meghan tells young women to 'drown out the noise' of 'negative voices' in speech at Girl Up Leadership Summit
The Duchess of Sussex has talked about the need to "drown out the noise" of negative voices and speak out "even when it makes others feel uneasy", in her most high-profile speech since stepping away from royal life.
Daniel Lewis Lee: White supremacist killer given lethal injection in first US federal execution since 2003
A white supremacist has been killed by lethal injection in the first US federal execution for nearly two decades.
Coronavirus: Anger as tourists' behaviour in Magaluf triggers second wave fears
The behaviour of tourists in Magaluf has triggered fears of a second wave of coronavirus in Spain after crowds of holidaymakers were filmed partying in the street.