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Qatar’s most adrenaline-charged adventures
From Kayaking through mangroves to indoor snow dunes, Qatar 365 takes a look at what Qatar has to offer for those seeking adventure in the extreme heat.
The jungle environmentalist saving elephants in Thailand
"We must find a way to coexist with nature as our populations rise. As wild spaces shrink, we will bump up against nature."
Quake-hit Afghan village struggles back to life
A ruined village in eastern Afghanistan is struggling back to life as aid trickles into the isolated region.
Judo: Women shine on Day 3 of Mongolia's Ulaanbaatar Grand Slam
On the final day of Mongolia's inaugural Judo Grand Slam, it was time for the heavyweights -- and the competing women rose to the occasion.
Will the world soon be powered by space-based solar energy?
China has made a significant step forward in their bid for space-based solar power. But what is it, is it feasible and could it be the future?
Day 2 of the Ulaanbaatar Grand Slam sees Japan and Mongolia go for gold
Day 2 of the Ulaanbaatar Grand Slam sees Japan and Mongolia go for gold with Japans Nabekura winning Gold for the women's under 63kg category and Mongolia's Tsend-Ochir Tsogtbaatar for the men's under 81kg group
Aid convoy reaches remote region of Afghanistan after earthquake
Afghan government helicopters and trucks deliver aid. At least 1,000 people died and 1,500 were injured.
Mongolia & Japan tie in gold medals on Day 1 of Ulaanbaatar Grand Slam
Mongolia and Japan receive gold medals on the first day of the Ulaanbaatar Grand Slam.
UN says Israeli forces shot and killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
The well-known American-Palestinian correspondent was shot and killed while reporting in the West Bank last month.
Meet the Indian maths teacher who built his own solar-powered car
The Indian creator wants to scale up his operation to make luxury electric cars a reality for the ‘common people’ of Kashmir.
Abu Dhabi to launch TeamLab Phenomena on Saadiyat Island
The latest addition to Saadiyat Cultural District in the UAE capital is an immersive, multi-sensory venue called teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi. Developed in conjunction with the Japanese art collective teamLab, the experimental, interactive 17,000 square metre space will be completed in 2024.
For Iraqi amputees football team, healing is the goal
Members of an all-amputee football team, made up entirely of players who lost arms or legs in Iraq.
Bali launches digital nomad visa that lets you stay for 5 years
Indonesia has launched a new visa with the aim of attracting some tourists and getting rid of others.
Germany promises aid to Afghanistan’s areas hardest hit by earthquake
Aid is beginning to trickle into the war-torn country, as poor road conditions hamper rescuers trying to reach survivors of Wednesday's deadly quake.
Aung San Suu Kyi moved to prison, says Myanmar military junta
Human rights experts have accused the army of creating a "digital dictatorship" through internet shutdowns and surveillance since last year's coup.
Gaza surfers ride the waves in 'first' Palestinian event
Their surfboards may be old, but that doesn't stop these young Gazans from riding the waves.
Taliban supreme leader in aid appeal as earthquake kills 1,000 people
The powerful quake hit the eastern Paktika province on the border with Pakistan, and authorities fear many more people are trapped or dead in the rubble of their homes.
Syrian monastery on the edge of a cliff opens its doors for tourists
A lone Syrian monastery that was once a hub for interfaith dialogue has reopened to visitors after more than a decade of war.
Can Lebanon's travel sector make a roaring comeback this summer?
Lebanon is anticipating hundreds of thousands of ex-pats and tourists to visit the country this summer. Their imminent arrival will bring a much-needed cash injection to a country previously tormented by an economic and financial crisis.
Could a robot do your job?
Machine automation has been rising rapidly since the 1960s. And now the push toward robotization is getting stronger.
Powerful overnight earthquake kills at least 1,000 in Afghanistan
It's Afghanistan's deadliest earthquake in two decades.
How Europe helps tackle illegal fishing in the Western Indian Ocean
The ample fish stocks of the Western Indian Ocean provide livelihoods to coastal communities. But this hard-to-control area has become a hotspot for illegal fishing that's now endangering the marine ecosystem.
Fish, vital to Seychelles, are threatened by illegal vessels
Fish provide food and livelihoods to Seychelles residents - but boats from far and wide are a growing threat
Thailand to scrap almost all COVID entry rules from July
With Thailand set to ease its travel restrictions from 1 July, here are five of our favourite places to visit.
International Yoga Day
The theme for this year's yoga day was "yoga for humanity."
Israel faces fifth election in three years as PM dissolves parliament
PM Naftali Bennett's fragile coalition government lost its majority earlier this year and has faced various rebellions in recent weeks.