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Gareth Southgate admits Euro 2020 is key to him remaining England...

Gareth Southgate has admitted that he will not remain in his job as England manager if his team fail at the Euro 2020 finals...

Plans to save species from extinction are ignoring climate change

Climate change is a threat to almost all the animals officially regarded as endangered in the US, but conservation plans don’t take this into...

'Possibility of life': scientists map Saturn's exotic moon Titan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists on Monday unveiled the first global geological map of Saturn’s moon Titan including vast plains and dunes of frozen organic...

Climate change: Arctic ice could vanish by 2044 and experts claim...

Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean plays a critical role in regulating temperature around the globe. But ice coverage has been steadily declining at...

Climate defenders: The woman helping coal miners to save the planet

The burning of coal is a huge driver of climate change but it’s also estimated that coal mining employs around six million people worldwide...

Prince Harry Praises Climate Change Activist Greta Thunberg at the 2019...

Karwai Tang/WireImage; Marc Piscotty/Getty Images Need another reason to love Prince Harry? The Duke of Sussex attended the OnSide Awards at the Royal...

Johnson Offers Business an Olive Branch as U.K. Election Revs Up

(Bloomberg) -- Boris Johnson will try to win business leaders to his side Monday, offering them tax cuts as an olive branch for the...

UK PM Johnson pledges to end Brexit uncertainty, says it has...

By Kylie MacLellanLONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Britain's Conservatives will deliver Brexit and end the uncertainty and confusion that has "paralysed" the economy if...

The End of Babies

In the fall of 2015, a rash of posters appeared around Copenhagen. One, in pink letters laid over an image of chicken eggs, asked,...

‘Greta Thunberg’ spotted on 120-year-old photo triggering bizarre alien claims on...

Greta Thunberg is the 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist on climate change whose campaigning has gained international recognition. Now a photo, taken approximately 105 years...

China's Inner Mongolia reports fresh bubonic plague case

BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s Inner Mongolia reported a fresh, confirmed case of bubonic plague on Sunday, despite an earlier declaration by the country’s health...

Eva Longoria Reveals What It’s Like To Give Birth And How...

According to a report from UsMagazine.com, Eva Longoria dished on the pressures she felt after she gave birth to her 16-month child named Santiago....

Steve Irwin’s daughter Bindi says dad’s turned her into wildlife warrior

But 13 years after a stingray’s barb pierced her father’s heart in a freak accident that was captured on camera, she is more determined...

Turkey Is the World’s New Nuclear Menace

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Sometimes it’s hard to tell friend from foe, even if he is standing right next to you. And if you take...

Political Unpredictability Is Now the New Normal: Weekend Reads

(Bloomberg) -- Want to receive this post in your inbox every day? Sign up for the Balance of Power newsletter, and follow Bloomberg Politics on Twitter and Facebook for more.The U.S. impeachment...

As Venice floods, scientists who grew up surrounded by water sound...

For Venetians, water is a way of life. It surrounds the city, ebbing and flowing, and at certain times of the year — usually...

Jane Fonda, 81, rocks sparkly suit again as she refuses to...

Jane Fonda, 81, joined singer Sheryl Crow, 57, at the GCAAP Empower Party which was held in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States yesterday....

Sea animal lanterns shine in Paris

Brightly coloured animal-shaped figures are on display during the "Ocean en voie d'illumination" exhibition at the Jardin des Plantes (Botanical garden) in Paris, France,...

Wildfires Leave Vulnerable Koalas at Further Risk

MELBOURNE, Australia — The victims were carried in one by one, their paws burned and fur singed, suffering from dehydration and fear. Their caretakers...

High tides surge through Venice, locals rush to protect art

Exceptionally high tidal waters have surged again through Venice, prompting the mayor to close St. Mark’s SquareBy LUCA BRUNO and GIADA ZAMPANO Associated Press...
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