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A massive plan to fight climate change could mean that all cars and light vans sold in the European Union from 2035 will be battery-powered electric cars.
Having the world’s most powerful passport once gives its holders a sense of pride. But as the pandemic rages on, international mobility is tricky even with so-called ‘vaccine passports’.
A new global study in cancer research gives hope to individuals who have a family history of cancer.
Biogrow Oat BG22 is suitable for pre-diabetic and diabetic patients and individuals with high blood cholesterol level.
From using custom-made, biodegradable fabrics and 'living' clothes that photosynthesise to polyester created from planet-warming carbon dioxide, there is a race for startups to spur sustainability in fashion.
Airlines are pleading for help from their clients as they face paying customers back for flights cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic that could starve them of cash, the industry said recently.
Drivers in most of Europe say they have adopted safer and more courteous behaviour behind the wheel, with the notable exception of the French and Greeks who share the top spot for hurling insults at other road users.
Northern Europeans may not be able to decamp to the beaches of the Mediterranean this summer because of the coronavirus, but will their governments support the devastated tourism sector?
The Berlin Wall, the most potent symbol of Cold War division of Germany, finally fell on Nov 9,1989. Small sections of it survive in parts of Berlin in Germany, preserved as memorials.