Declining populations in Eastern Europe, coupled with more attractive job opportunities in the West, have many companies looking to fill jobs from a new employee base: robots.
At open-air markets, some Italians are collecting and distributing leftover food to those in need. These initiatives – in a country renowned for its food and markets – are part of Italy's push to cut back on food waste.
Despite Western preconceptions of a Soviet-like puppet media, the Russian news landscape is quite diverse, with outlets public and private, big and small. But government influence remains a critical concern.
Israeli scientists participate in an experiment simulating a mission to Mars, at the D-MARS Desert Mars Analog Ramon Station project of Israel's Space Agency, Ministry of Science, near Mitzpe Ramon, Israel, Feb. 18.
Dubbed the 'wall of shame,' Ukraine has implemented an electronic register identifying fathers who haven't paid child support. The list strips those on the register of certain privileges such as keeping their driving license and traveling abroad.
For decades, French presidents have promised to end the special business and political relationship known as 'Françafrique,' which has allowed France to exercise outsize influence on the continent – to African dictators' benefit. Macron may finally change that.
BBC is being rocked with allegations of unequal pay based on gender bias. A slow internal process has hindered review of complaints of unequal pay from 170 female staff members. Lawmakers are due to hear evidence on the issue on Wednesday.
A tide of young demonstrators took to the streets in cities across Russia on Jan. 28 to rally against the Central Election Commission's decision to disqualify opposition leader Alexei Navalny from the upcoming presidential election.