The UAE's Mars probe has sent back its first image of the red planet.
The image was taken on Wednesday, a day after the probe entered Mars' orbit.
Officials say the picture captured Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in the solar system.
Chinese short video app Douyin and its overseas version TikTok remained the top-grossing non-gaming app worldwide last month.
User spending on the app was close to 128 million U.S. dollars in January, 3.8 times its revenue from the same period last year.
About 80 percent of the app's revenue was from the Chinese domestic market.
The United States remained the largest overseas market for TikTok last month, followed by the Turkish market.
The app has been the top grossing non-gaming app worldwide since April last year.
China has seen a sharp increase in its international cargo flights during the first 4 days of this year's Spring Festival holiday.
More than 1,700 international cargo flights, including those to and from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, were carried out between Thursday and yesterday, more than double from a year earlier.
The number on Sunday alone is expected to reach 330, up over 300 percent year on year.
Former Argentine President Carlos Menem has died at the age of 90 after battling long-term health problems.
The Peronist served two terms as president between 1989 and 1999.
Menem was riding popular support at a time when most Argentines enjoyed his policy that fixed the exchange rate of the peso at one US dollar to end hyperinflation.
A report shows that high-income countries representing 16 percent of the global population have snapped up at least 70 percent of COVID-19 vaccine doses available this year.
The article was published in the medical journal the Lancet.
It says rich countries had secured at least 4.2 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines as of February 8.
The U.S. has bought more than 1.2 billion doses to vaccinate its population twice; and the UK has got more than three times what it needs to inoculate its population.
Meanwhile, the report says billions of people in low and middle-income countries may not have access to COVID-19 vaccines in 2021, warning it could prolong the pandemic and raises the risk of further mutations of the virus.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says more than 15 million people have now received at least one coronavirus vaccine dose in Britain.
Johnson made a video address on Sunday in which he called the achievement a significant milestone, but warned there is still a long way to go.
Britain has managed to vaccinate 22% of its population in a period of two months since kicking off its vaccination campaign in December.
The country ranks behind only Israel which has inoculated 73% of its population, followed by the Seychelles with 53% and the UAE (United Arab Emirates) with 51%.
Health officials in Guinea have confirmed that three people have died and five have tested positive for Ebola in a town in the country's south.
The new cases announced Sunday are in the same region where the previous outbreak started.
The origin of the infection is still unknown.
Former Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka beat two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza in Sunday's fourth round match.
The No.3 seed's next opponent in the quarterfinals will be Hsieh Su-Wei from Chinese Taipei.
On the men's side:
Eight-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic beat Milos Raonic in four sets to advance to the quarter finals.
With this victory, top-ranked Djokovic registered his 300th win in a Grand Slam match.
He is only the second player to reach the 300-win milestone after Rodger Federer.
Today marks the 10th anniversary since Larry the cat moved into 10 Downing Street to take up the post of "Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office."
Larry was brought in to the British Prime Minister's official residence in London to clean up an infestation of rodents which had been openly parading in front of the TV cameras.
He was recruited from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and the government's website has a picture of him sitting on the cabinet table.