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ilently the eight propellers of the Hermes V8MT drone begin to spin and the large yellow aircraft rises up, locates its direction and moments later disappears into the sky in southern Poland.
LISBON/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Thousands of people in Asia and Europe joined rallies demanding more action on climate change on Friday, aiming to force political leaders to come up with urgent solutions at a United Nations conference next week.
SIEM REAP, Cambodia (AFP): Ant spring rolls, silkworm taro croquettes and a bug mac -- Cambodia';s first insect tapas restaurant is mixing cocktail culture with creepy crawler fare.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Thursday dismissed French President Emmanuel Macron's criticism of Turkey's offensive in Syria against the Kurdish YPG militia, saying the French leader sponsors terrorism.
LONDON (Reuters) - West Ham United will continue to battle for European football next season despite sitting 17th in the Premier League, manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Thursday.
STRASBOURG/BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Union's new boss has pledged major policy changes to address some of the bloc's biggest problems, from migration to climate change, but will need to navigate deep divisions among member countries.
STRASBOURG (Reuters) - Incoming EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday the rule of law must hold everywhere in the bloc, signalling no respite for nationalist governments in Poland and Hungary at odds with Brussels on upholding democratic standards.
STRASBOURG (Reuters) - Germany's Ursula von der Leyen vowed on Wednesday to step up the fight against climate change while expanding economic growth as EU lawmakers' granted final approval for the bloc's new executive she will lead from Dec. 1.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Bayern Munich secured top spot in their Champions League group with a match to spare after four second-half goals from Robert Lewandowski inspired them to a 6-0 away mauling of Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO allies are closing in on a deal to contribute more to allied running costs to reduce the United States' share of funding, three diplomats familiar with the matter said.