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The Chaine des Rotisseurs, the world's oldest and biggest gourmet club, was founded in 1248. It now boasts some 25,000 members in 80 countries, ensuring that great food and wines continue to be celebrated.
Two hundred years after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were born, the German city of Coburg is commemorating the first royal dream couple. Albert was born just outside Coburg
An astronaut has made history by playing a DJ set in space . Luca Parmitano streamed vibes from the ISS to the Norwegian Pearl cruise liner, which became a giant floating club for the night.
A proposed new highway is stoking health fears because it may cross a nuclear waste dump. Authorities say there is no risk of contamination, but locals have taken to the streets to protest.
Cyclone Idai flooded large areas of northern Mozambique earlier this year, washing away homes and destroying crops. But the devastation could have been even worse, had it not been for the nearby Gorongosa National Park with its intact ecosystem.
The Humboldt Current along the coast of Peru is bursting with life. With its nutrient-rich water from the depths, the ocean current discovered by Humboldt is vital for a huge ecosystem. But climate change is now disrupting it.