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Desperate to revive tourism after the crippling impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Thailand has relaxed its drug laws. But will doing so worsen the complex drug problems the nation already faces?
Violent storms claim lives and cost billions in damage in the US each year, but the exact triggers of a tornado are still unknown. A group of scientists are on a mission to uncover the secrets of tornadoes.
In 2017, Maltese corruption investigator and journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bombing. The killing plunged the island nation into turmoil, but the masterminds of her murder yet to face trial.
As the Taliban took over Afghanistan, there was a desperate scramble to evacuate Western citizens and allies. Kabul airport saw scenes of chaos, as thousands of Afghans strove to flee the Taliban.
Demand for sperm and egg donation is on the rise among same-sex couples, single women and couples unable to conceive. But what does the lack of regulation mean for a generation of donor-conceived kids?
When Poland introduced a near-total ban on abortion it divided the nation, sparking mass protests. Many across the country are questioning the increasing role church and state play in controlling women’s rights.
Amsterdam is re-branding, with plans to move the famous red-light district out of town, and crackdown on cannabis cafes. Locals have differing opinions on how the proposed changes will affect the city.
As the UK continues to come to grips with Brexit, tensions surrounding Scotland's future with Westminster and Brussels continue to mount across the nation.