Mining in parts of the Pacific Ocean was meant to benefit poor countries, but an international agency gave a Canadian company access to prized seabed sites with metals crucial to the green energy revolution.
Month: August 2022
The new prime minister is seeking support for an Aboriginal Voice to Parliament, even enlisting the backing of Shaquille O’Neal. Here’s what it would entail, and why it faces an uncertain path.
More than 1,000 have died since mid-June from flooding that a senior official called a “climate-induced humanitarian disaster.”
Mansour Abbas, the first Arab politician to lead his party into an Israeli governing coalition, says the yearlong experiment was just a beginning.
The decrees are the latest moves by the Kremlin that seem intended to integrate people who have been forced to leave Ukraine.
While Ukrainian officials began handing out iodine pills for radiation, the United Nations nuclear watchdog neared a plan to send a team of experts as early as next week.
The annual gay pride event was to take place in September in Belgrade. President Aleksandar Vucic said the timing was bad, citing “numerous problems” currently affecting the country.
Russia and Ukraine again accused each other of shelling the Zaporizhzhia plant, as the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog has assembled a team of experts to visit the facility amid concerns about a possible nuclear accident.
Women have become an all-important force in the fight. But even as they mobilize, they are increasingly bearing the worst of the conflict.
The patients turning up at clinics often have a range of symptoms that are not typical of the infection. Some of the infected seem to have no symptoms at all.