The man who evacuated 200 people from Mariupol in a battered red van

Skip to main content Skip to main content Skip to floating mini video Skip to floating mini video Reuters home Reuters home World Business Legal Markets Breakingviews Technology More Register Register Menu My View Following Saved April 26, 2022 6:35 AM PDT Last Updated 2 hours ago Europe Europe Europe The man who evacuated 200 … Read more

The five-decade rise of France’s far right

Skip to main content Skip to main content Skip to floating mini video Skip to floating mini video Reuters home Reuters home World Business Legal Markets Breakingviews Technology More Register Register Menu My View Following Saved April 22, 2022 3:28 AM PDT Last Updated 4 hours ago Europe Europe Europe The five-decade rise of France’s … Read more

The Lisbon derby: How Sporting versus Benfica became one of Europe’s fiercest rivalries

A firecracker came skidding across the concrete towards the camera and went off with a violent boom. It was a warning not to film the faces of the No Name Boys, the Benfica ultras who were among about 3,000 fans gathering outside the Estadio da Luz four hours before kick-off to chant, drink and meet … Read more

The struggle to save Iraq’s last Persian leopards

By Charlotte Bruneau and Mohammed Jalal SULAIMANIYA, Iraq, April 21 (Reuters) – Tying a camera trap around a tree trunk on Bamo mountain in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, brothers Bahez and Nabaz Farooq Ali hope to capture footage of the Persian leopard, of which there are only about 1,000 left in the wild worldwide. “Our grandparents … Read more

The case for testing Pfizer’s Paxlovid for treating long COVID

CHICAGO, April 18 (Reuters) – Reports of two patients who found relief from long COVID after taking Pfizer Inc’s (PFE.N) antiviral Paxlovid, including a researcher who tested it on herself, provide intriguing evidence for clinical trials to help those suffering from the debilitating condition, experts and advocates say. The researcher said her chronic fatigue symptoms, … Read more

The Hillsborough banners that gave a voice to Liverpool fans

Ninety-seven Liverpool fans lost their lives as a result of a crush at the Hillsborough disaster on 15 April 1989. In the years since, one fan’s banners have been giving a voice to fans in the city’s fight for justice. Thirty-three years ago, overcrowding occurred on the terraces of Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough stadium at the … Read more