Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to impose new restrictions on low-skilled migrants moving to Britain on the first day after the Brexit transition period ends in December, the Telegraph reported.
Johnson to impose new restrictions on low-skilled migrants post-Brexit: Telegraph
Central American migrants entered Mexico from Guatemala in small groups on Saturday after brief clashes earlier in the day when dozens of people tried to force their way across the border and were pushed back by Mexican security forces.
Migrants enter slowly at Guatemala-Mexico border after scuffles
New avalanches falling on a popular trekking route in Nepal forced rescuers to halt their search for four South Korean trekkers and three Nepali guides who were believed to have been swept by a snow slide, an official said Sunday.
New avalanches in Nepal interrupt search for seven trekkers
Chants demanding regime change have echoed across Iraq for weeks but what first brought demonstrators onto the street was the paradoxical poverty of one of the world’s most oil-rich countries.
Poverty, resentment of corruption among engines of continuing protests in Iraq
It's not a boast you usually hear about an oil field: Norway says its huge new facility is great for the environment.
Norway says its new giant oil field is actually good for environment
According to a study published by the US Forest Service, the tree canopy is shrinking in the United States at a rapid pace. In a period of five consecutive years, the US forests suffered a loss of 36 million trees per year from urban and rural landscapes. This marks a one percent drop from 2009 to 2014.
US loses 36 million trees every year: Study
The Australian government said on Sunday it will financially aid the country's tourism sector that's been badly hit by long-lasting bushfires, as Melbourne braced for downpours at the start of one of its greatest allures, the Australian Open.
Australian government to aid tourism industry as bushfires recede
Terrorists are able to network and radicalize other inmates while in high-security jails in the UK because of inaction by the prison service, it has emerged.
Terrorist prisoners free to network, radicalize inmates in British jails
The world should not accept the “dire and untenable” situation facing children in war-torn Libya, the head of the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, said.
‘Dire, untenable’ situation for thousands of children in Libya conflict
It's often assumed that as climate change worsens, so too will the world's risk of violent armed conflict. Over the years, many experts have warned that as weather becomes more extreme and crop yields shrink, we could begin fighting for resources and land with greater frequency and ferocity.
There’s one way future droughts could lead to less conflict: Researchers

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