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There's a new buzz in Milan, as hives designed by artists are filled with honeybees to increase biodiversity in Italy's fashion capital.
Dozens of local post office chiefs prosecuted for theft, fraud and false accounting had their convictions overturned by a British appeals court, which found evidence an IT system's “bugs, errors or defects” led to wrongful charges.
Five alleged Russian hackers have been arrested in Europe in American-led operations over the past nine months
Pope Francis and the Vatican have strongly backed the protests against racism and police brutality, a move that reminds Catholic American voters there are other issues besides abortion ahead of the U.S. presidential election.
A heat wave is hitting Greenland, accelerating the melting of its massive ice sheet. More than 10 billion tons of ice lost to the oceans by surface melt in just one day.
A near-total ban on abortion has taken effect in Poland and triggered a new round of nationwide anti-government protests, including more planned for this evening.