Scotland is doing better than the rest of the UK at tackling climate change, with considerable progress in switching to clean energy.
Climate advisers: Scotland outperforming rest of UK in slashing carbon emissions
Fears are growing for the small tortoiseshell butterfly after this once-common garden insect continued its baffling decline despite the hot summer proving a boon to most species.
Fears growing for small tortoiseshell butterfly as decline continuing
UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says his fellow party members in Parliament would be prepared to vote down Prime Minister Theresa May’s final Brexit deal this fall in an attempt to force the government back to the negotiating table with Brussels.
UK Labour prepared to vote down May's final Brexit deal: Corbyn
Residents of Yerevan took to municipal polls Sunday, the first vote held in the ex-Soviet country since mass protests pushed its former leader to resign, and a major test for the new government.
Armenia’s capital holds snap municipal elections
The popularity of French President Emmanuel Macron has hit its lowest level since the start of his term, according to a major tracker poll published on Sunday, with just 29 percent of respondents satisfied with his leadership.
Macron's popularity at record lows
A referendum in Switzerland's northeastern region of St. Gallen has introduced a "burqa ban" that would prohibit Muslim women from wearing garments covering the entire face in public.
Swiss region introduces ban on Muslim full-face veil
Britain's opposition Labour Party prefers a new election to a second referendum on Brexit, its leader said on Sunday, heaping pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May whose plans for a deal with the EU have hit an impasse.
UK’s Labour backs new election over Brexit impasse
Thousands of wildlife enthusiasts gathered from across the UK to take part in a ‘people’s walk’ through London to raise awareness of the catastrophic declines in Britain’s plants and animals.
Wildlife lovers march to raise awareness of the plight of Britain’s nature
Iran summoned the envoys of the Netherlands, Denmark and Britain on Saturday night over a terrorist attack on a military parade in which 25 people were killed, accusing them of harboring Iranian opposition groups in their countries, IRNA reported.
Iran summons envoys of Netherlands, Denmark, Britain over Ahvaz terrorist attack
Greece has vowed to improve living conditions for refugees held in detention camps on its Aegean Sea islands.
Greece promises to improve conditions in offshore refugee camps

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