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Lufthansa Cargo's Boeing 777F's will only use Sustainable Aviation Fuel on its flight to Shanghai.
The Central European insect is known for a lifespan that lasts only a few days
Is the commercial free-for-all Black Friday dwarfing recognition of Native American heritage?
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says there are 'serious indications of [an] Israeli role' in the death of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was shot dead on Friday
Christmas cheer is thin on the ground this year with the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc on traditional celebrations.
Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier was reportedly set to make the offer after meeting EU fisheries ministers on Friday
15,000 jobs are at risk as Sir Phillip Green's Arcadia group faces potential collapse.
As retail stores remain closed throughout Europe and many people are housebound, consumer trends have shifted this Black Friday.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says EU measures against Russian officials will only be taken seriously when they target oligarchs with close links to the Kremlin
Around 2,500 Amazon workers across the country are predicted to take part in walkouts, according to the union Ver.di.
As the UK emerges from a nationwide lockdown next week, Father Christmas performers are being trained to use video conferencing.
Germany will extend its restrictions until early January, Angela Merkel announced on Wednesday evening.
England will exit its second national lockdown on December 1 and return to a multi-tier system with restrictions imposed depending on the local area's epidemiological situation.
The draft amendment has drawn sharp criticism from human rights groups who say it is an attack against the LGBT community.
Turkey changes course: Ankara looks to rebuild ties as domestic woes mount
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen urged members states on Wednesday to get ready to roll out vaccination campaigns before the end of the year.
"As a doctor, I see a lot of very distressed people coming into my office," he said. "The way the government and politicians talk about the virus is making people anxious and that's a big problem."
Coronavirus deaths in elderly care homes make up around half of Sweden's 6,400 fatalities from the disease.