Australia's divorce rate has hit its lowest level in 40 years, as it is revealed that more couples are living together first and marrying later than ever before.
Australia's divorce rates plummet to lowest level in 40 years
Thousands of migrants who forced their way through Guatemala's northwestern border and flooded onto a bridge leading to Mexico, where riot police battled them back, on Saturday waited at the border in the hope of continuing their journey to the US.
Migrant caravan halted after storming Guatemala-Mexico border
For a certain kind of investor, asteroid mining is a path to untold riches. Astronomers have long known that asteroids are rich in otherwise scarce resources such as platinum and water. So an obvious idea is to mine this stuff and return it to Earth — or, in the case of water, to a moon base or Earth-orbiting space station.
Asteroid mining might actually be better for the environment
Africa’s youngest billionaire, snatched a week ago off the street outside a luxury hotel in Tanzania, returned back home safely, police said on Saturday.
African billionaire abducted in Tanzania returns home safely
The landmark report issued last week by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the international body for assessing climate change, warns that our planet will reach catastrophic levels of global warming, capable of provoking extreme drought, wildfires and floods, as early as 2030 unless action is taken.
Why do climate change discussions ignore boomers?
Major problems in the plastic recycling industry are costing local councils in England up to £500,000 extra a year, as they struggle to deal with the continuing fallout from import bans imposed by countries who are no longer able to take the UK’s waste, reported.
UK Plastic recycling industry's problems costing councils up to £500,000 a year
Brazilian officials said they have recovered pieces of a 12,000-year-old fossil of a neolithic woman that was among the prized artifacts in Rio de Janeiro's burnt down National Museum.
Brazil recovers ancient human fossil fragments from burnt Rio museum
One Saturday night in August, Deurick van Blerk, 26, climbed into his small boat off the coast of Cape Town on another of his illegal fishing expeditions. He never returned.
S. Africa divers risk all to poach marine delicacies for China diners
A new UN report said armed men from opposition forces in South Sudan abducted women and girls, as young as 12 years, for commanders to take them as ‘wives’.
UN: Abducted girls in S. Sudan lined up to be picked as ‘wives’ for rebels

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