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Natural disasters exacerbated by climate change and sea-level rise are forecast to displace millions of people in the near future
Ex-Morgan Stanley VP and associate pocketed tens of millions via illegal trades, according to a ruling in U.S. federal court
The debate is open for each EU Member State to decide the pros and cons about this new project for the year 2021. Today, 26 march 2019, in Strasbourg, the...
European area sees more than 80,000 cases of measles in 2018, triple the number of the previous year in a "preventable tragedy"
The BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and some others were predicted to achieve greater power and influence. Have they?
Les experts estiment que la proposition sera ratifiée par le parlement chinois à sa session annuelle débutant le 5 mars 2018
The man who runs a now-famous email encryption company says math determines encryption, not ethics
Gibraltar’s lifeline to Spain means it faces challenges to its way of life from the UK leaving the European Union
Fish and other forms of sea life are already becoming another source of geopolitical competition, experts say
British honeybees are now exposed to six times greater levels of pesticides than 26 years ago, according to a study analyzing UK government pesticide statistics released on July 19. While the total weight...
article 50 Interview with Gina Miller: ‘The more people send me hate the more I’m determined to stop this’
Gina Miller, who took on the UK government on its procedure to quit the EU, says she's defending democracy despite vicious attacks
Attempted murder of former Russian spy in UK fits pattern of Russian "hybrid warfare," say experts
Manuel Valls, who was born in the second-biggest Spanish city 56 years ago, made his run official after months of rumors
By controlling the ground water level locally, the need of additional irrigation and nutrition drops significantly
The clip, viewed 1.2 million times, purported to show a TV crew staging migrants drowning near a beach in Crete
The $24 billion scientific publishing industry may be in jeopardy after 11 national agencies say no to subscription model