The CubeSat began as an educational tool but is now helping out humanity from: BBC News
Prosecutors are trying to shut down Memorial International, Russia’s most prominent human rights group, as the Kremlin moves to control the historical narrative of the Soviet Union. From: New York Times
Poland’s defence ministry says migrants were throwing stones and trying to destroy a border fence. from: BBC News
While other countries grapple with living with Covid, China is doubling down on stamping it out. from: BBC News
Sinead Kavanagh insists Cris Cyborg will not “break her” with the Bellator champion trying to get under her opponent’s skin by leaving “Squid Game cards” around the fighters’ hotel. from: BBC News
The Madhya Pradesh state government says a new diamond mine will bring jobs but local people say their lives will be destroyed. from: BBC News
On the eve of a global climate summit, Britain’s evolution from fossil fuels to clean energy is on display. But experts question whether its commitment is sufficient, and whether it can persuade other nations to meet meaningful goals. From: New York Times
Locals in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh are demanding a stop to new hydro-power projects. from: BBC News
The 20-year-old woman had jumped into the near-boiling water to rescue her young dog. from: BBC News
Film maker Julien Goudichaud follows young migrants as they go to extreme lengths to try to reach the UK. from: BBC News
An investigation has been opened into two Belarus coaches who allegedly tried to force an athlete to fly home from the Tokyo Olympics. from: BBC News
A court has thrown out a high-profile sexual harassment case. Can China’s feminist movement survive? from: BBC News
from: BBC News The TV star and author shares his life lessons on regret, ageing and doing good.
from: BBC News The Dogs Trust says it has seen a 35% increase in calls related to giving up dogs in recent weeks.
“I need to help my women to stand,” says Martha Agbani, who helped a group of women from the Niger Delta build a flourishing mangrove nursery. From: New York Times
The last bastion of resistance is still holding out just north-east of the capital, Kabul. from: BBC News
After seven hours of waiting for clearance to enter the airport gates and driving around the city, the group met a dead end: Evacuations were permanently called off. From: New York Times
From: New York Times
A lemonade seller in a market in Kabul last week. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Desperate Afghans have been messaging British veterans they used to work with asking for help.