Authorities say ‘millions’ of fish died in the Darling River near the small town of Menindee in New South Wales.
Since 2013, the UN has celebrated the International Day of Happiness as a way to recognize the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world.
Scientists in India and Europe have revealed the chemistry behind the haze that covers New Delhi each winter.
Heavy rain is causing a large number of landslides across Peru, putting thousands of lives at risk.
Front line cities and settlements in eastern Ukraine are under constant shelling. When winter came, many people left but some decided to brave it.
Recently the International Criminal Court or ICC issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vadlimir Putin.
Iraq on Monday marks 20 years since the start of the US-led invasion that toppled dictator Saddam Hussein, but no official celebrations are planned.
“I would like to see Guinea worm completely eradicated before I die,” he said at a news conference in 2015.
Send the royal guards! We’re here to report the real reason the Princess of Wales broke a 115 year tradition! But not to worry, it was all for the good of spending time with her two eldest children. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
North Korea has been doing its fair share of saber rattling recently, firing missile after missile in response to joint military drills between the US and South Korea on the peninsula. And recently the insular nation also apparently had a boon to its military numbers, that is according to a …
New structural discoveries that were concealed for centuries are being discovered in the Notre Dame after a 2019 fire.
A sharp drop in onion prices of the world’s second largest producer. The government says it will compensate the farmers.
As archaeologists in Paris study the construction of Notre Dame following the devastating 2019 fire, new structural discoveries are revealed in parts of the cathedral that were concealed for centuries. Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
A snake catcher discovered the skin of a 14-foot reptile after being called by a concerned homeowner in Australia.
'The Guardian' reports that New Zealand's parliament members were made aware of the development on March 17.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is due to meet with Vladimir Putin in a political boost for the isolated Russian president after the International Criminal Court charged him with war crimes in Ukraine.
Jeffrey Woodke was kidnapped from his home in Abalak, Niger, in October 2016 by men who ambushed and killed his guards and forced him at gunpoint into their truck.
Humanity still has a chance, close to the last one, to prevent the worst of climate change 's future harms, a top United Nations panel of scientists said Monday.
A new report says an estimated 43,000 people died amid the longest drought on record in Somalia last year and half of them likely were children under 5 years old. It's the first official death toll in the drought withering large parts of the Horn of Africa. At least 18,000 people are forecast to die in the first six months of this year. The report released by the World Health Organization and the United Nations children’s agency and carried out by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine says "the current crisis is far from over." Somalia faces a sixth consecutive failed rainy season.
In 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe’s influential novel about slavery, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” was first published in book form.
Trump's calls for protests get muted reaction; China's Xi lands in Moscow; NCAA tourney reaches Sweet 16; and more morning headlines
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Chinese leader Xi Jinping arrived in Moscow on Monday on a three-day visit that offers a strong political boost for Russian President Vladimir Putin as fighting in Ukraine grinds on. China and Russia have described Xi's trip as part of efforts to further deepen their "no-limits friendship."
Prosecutors are looking into whether Trump falsified business records, which Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg could deem a felony. Derick Waller reports.
Western sanctions have hit Russian banks, wealthy individuals and technology imports. But after a year of far-reaching restrictions aimed at degrading Moscow's war chest, economic life for ordinary Russians doesn't look all that different than it did before the invasion of Ukraine.
President Joe Biden spoke Sunday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to express "concern” over his government’s planned overhaul of the country’s judicial system that have sparked widespread protests across Israel and to encourage compromise.The White House said Biden reiterated U.S. concerns about the measure to roll back the judiciary’s insulation from the country’s political system, in a call a senior administration official described as candid and constructive. There was no immediate indication that Netanyahu was shying away from the action, after rejecting a compromise last week offered by the country’s figurehead president.
Swiss President Alain Berset said banking giant UBS is acquiring its smaller rival Credit Suisse for almost $3.25 billion in an effort to avoid further market-shaking turmoil in global banking.
New York Times Federal Reserve and economy reporter Jeanna Smialek says that UBS buying its rival Credit Suisse in an attempt to the ease fallout resulting from the failure of two American banks should be a comfort for markets in Asia and Europe.