Countries in West Africa are said to be drowning under the weight of waste shipped to their shores.
Social media companies have been introducing new features which offer the ability to shop within their platforms, so businesses can take customers to the checkout without leaving the apps. So how will this change how we interact with social media? BBC Click’s Osman Iqbal reports. See more at Click’s website and @BBCClick
Humanoid robot Pepper has been turned into what is thought to be the world’s first robotic squash coach, by researchers at National Robotarium and Heriot-Watt University. The aim is to see how robotics could improve a player’s performance and motivation between sessions with their human coach. BBC Click’s Paul Carter reports.
The current Israel-Gaza conflict is worse than previous wars, with more intense bombing, artist Malak Mattar says. She told BBC World News her daughter “is really having a hard time sleeping and she is terrified for her life”. “We are a big family of seven members, the youngest is only 10,” Mattar said. “She survived…
As the band release Voyage, Benny and Bjorn speak to the BBC about being compared to their old music.
Having to stay at home during the Covid pandemic has been tough on millions of people around the world. The restrictions have hampered training for elite athletes, especially ahead of Tokyo 2020. But some managed to keep themselves in shape through new and unusual methods.