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Where were you when man first landed on the Moon?

Image caption "One small step for man...". It is claimed that 22 million watched the coverage of Neil Armstrong's historic moonwalk in Britain on the day, but the number who actually saw it live was probably rather smaller because it was an event that unexpectedly took place in the middle of the night, UK time. But for many who did manage to make it to the big moment, it was life-changing. Fifty years on, we speak to three people who have been ... Full story

Week in pictures: 13-19 July 2019

Our selection of some of the most striking news photographs taken around the world this week. Image caption A diver swims alongside an enormous jellyfish off the coast of Cornwall. Wildlife biologist Lizzie Daly and fellow diver Dan Abbott encountered the barrel jellyfish during a week-long project documenting marine encounters. Image caption US Democratic congresswomen (left to right) Ayanna Pressley, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and ... Full story

Ailee Cancels Upcoming Busan Performance Due To Typhoon

Ailee has announced a cancellation for an upcoming performance. The singer planned to hold her third busking performance project “Shaking Movement” on July 21 in Busan at Gwangalli Beach Park. On July 20, however, Ailee alerted fans with a notice. She wrote, “Hello everyone. The typhoon has died out but the impact of the typhoon is continuing in Busan, so I’ve decided to regretfully cancel this ‘Shaking Movement’ in Busan. I’ll cherish the ... Full story

No time to lose for going solar and sustainable, says Greenpeace executive director

Greenpeace International’s Jennifer Morgan is seen at a recent demonstration for climate protection in Germany. Morgan warns against continued reliance on fossil fuels, saying that Greenpeace is helping promote solar power in Greece. [Gordon Welters/Greenpeace]. As the global debate about climate change and its effects gathers pace amid a rise in freak weather phenomena across the world, but also in Greece which just this month experienced a ... Full story

Ed Sheeran's No. 5 Collaborations Project: The album you might not know about

Ed Sheeran's No. 6 Collaborations Project has just become the year's fastest-selling album. As you probably know, it's full of A-list featured-artists including Justin Bieber, Eminem, Camila Cabello, Cardi B and Bruno Mars. What you might not know is that No. 6 Collaborations was preceded by - you guessed it - the No. 5 Collaborations Project. Released all the way back in January 2011, it featured some of the leading names in UK rap and grime, ... Full story

Kim Dong Jun Talks About “Chief Of Staff,” Advice From Im Siwan, And More

The first season of Kim Dong Jun ’s latest drama, “Chief of Staff,” recently came to a conclusion . Following the ending, the idol-turned-actor participated in an interview to talk about various topics concerning his career. First off, Kim Dong Jun talked about his anticipation for the viewership ratings of the second season of “Chief of Staff.” He said, “As season one ended in a dramatic fashion, I think you will look forward to [season two] ... Full story

Tornado causes damage in Greater Manchester and Cheshire

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption "There's a tornado over there, look". Buildings and cars were damaged when a tornado swept through parts of Greater Manchester and Cheshire. Rain caused havoc near Manchester Airport and the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park for about an hour from 16:30 BST on Friday. There have been no reports of any injuries. Rebecca Jeffery said debris "swirled through the air" at Stamford Park. "My son ... Full story

Labour wants to end outsourcing of council services News

Image caption Bin collections are one of the outsourced council services Labour has targeted. Labour wants councils in England to carry out services themselves rather than employ private firms, the shadow chancellor has said. John McDonnell said he wants to limit the outsourcing of services such as bin collections by obliging councils to run them when existing private contracts expire. Cleaning and school dinners could also be taken back ... Full story

'Produce X 101's X1 kicks off official Twitter with thank you message from member Cha Jun Ho

' Produce X 101 's project boy group have opened an official members' Twitter account! Shortly after it was made live on July 20, Woollim Entertainment member Cha Jun Ho wrote the account's very first tweet, sharing a selfie and a brief message of gratitude. "The dream of debuting that I had and diligently chased until now has finally come true," he began with a playful smile emoticon. "I have come to know how having people who are always ... Full story

Scotland has produced enough wind energy to power its homes twice over

Europe is home to some of the world's most ambitious and innovative wind energy projects. Full story