The government’s tax agency has launched a programme to encourage a new generation of sake drinkers.
Sanna Marin denies taking drugs after video emerged showing her partying with friends.
Countries on the Mediterranean have been ravaged by wildfires this summer, especially in Europe.
A cosmonaut was rushed back to the International Space Station on Wednesday, the US space agency says.
Small units play a key role in targeting Russian armour as Ukraine attempts to retake Kherson.
A trailblazer in her field, she was the first Asian designer to break into French haute couture.
The victims, thought to be aged up to 10, were found in suitcases bought at auction last week.
Hadi Matar gives an interview after pleading not guilty to stabbing author Sir Salman Rushdie.
US golfer Patrick Reed files a $750m defamation lawsuit against American television network The Golf Channel and commentator Brandel Chamblee.
Ministers say they are drawing up plans in case there is a radioactive emergency at the Zaporizhzhia site.
Accamma Cherian’s contributions in India’s struggle for independence have been lost to history.
An increasing number of young people in the ex-French colony see English as a universal language.
It comes after a court found the chains helped create an oversupply of opioid pills in Ohio counties.
Videos of two foil surfers whizzing along the city’s busiest canal have sparked outrage online.
Salma al-Shehab, a Leeds University PhD student, called for reforms and the release of activists.
The singer faces charges of child pornography and obstructing justice in his second federal trial.
The platform says it is to do more to ensure influencers understand that it prohibits paid political ads.