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The unlikely story of the African frogs that made themselves at home in a corner of Wales.
Hunters could be back in Japanese waters from 1 July, ending a three-decade halt to commercial whaling.
Is it possible to party without plastic? One London promoter believes it is. At 'Ecodisco', revellers are given metal cups on the door.
The new record, equivalent to 114.6F, was measured in southern France amid a Europe-wide heatwave.
A palace from the Mettani Empire uncovered in Mosul Dam The receding waters of the Mosul reservoir dam in Kurdish Northern reveal an ancient palace from 3500 BC. Dr Ivana Puljiz from the University of Tubingen has been part of a joint project with the Kurdish Archaeology Organisation.
(Photo : Aerial view of Palace; Credit : University of Tubingen)
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Pupils at an Enniskillen school club together to buy four calves – but learn farming is unpredicatable.
The three breached an injunction banning trespassers from blocking access to a site in Lancashire.
Leaders of a dig of a prehistoric Manx site say they expect to find more 3,000-year-old items.
French police pepper spray Paris climate protesters The protesters were blocking roads in the capital Paris to draw attention to climate change.
Unusually high temperatures are affecting large areas of Europe. Here is how to handle the heat.
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