There’s a new target in the clash over immigration: Hotels.
US hotels caught in fight over housing detained migrants
With one of the highest divorce rates in western Europe, Denmark would like breaking up to be a little harder to do — while making sure that when it does happen, the fallout is made less painful for everyone concerned.
Breaking up harder in Denmark after divorce law changes
A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine reveals a unique and strong association between firearm ownership and the risk of domestic homicides.
Gun ownership linked to greater incidence of domestic homicides in US
It is one of the most ambitious archeological missions ever undertaken. The Great Pompeii Project promises remarkable discoveries about life in the Roman Empire, including the genetic profiles of the town’s inhabitants, their dining preferences, occupations and health.
Pompeii row erupts between rival scientific factions
Air passengers may have to pay an extra ‘carbon charge’ on flights as part of a UK government initiative to reduce CO2 emissions and tackle the climate crisis.
Air travelers may have to pay carbon charge to offset emissions
European funds managing $2 trillion in assets called on cement companies to slash their greenhouse gas emissions on Monday, warning that a failure to do so could put their business models at risk.
European funds managing $2 trillion urge cement makers to act on climate impact
At least one million children below five years in Nairobi, Kenya, are set to be vaccinated in the ongoing national polio vaccination campaign that kicked off on Saturday.
Polio vaccination drive rolled out in 103 public health facilities in Nairobi, Kenya
Mexico’s environmental prosecutor Profepa said it ordered the partial and temporary closure of mining and transport firm Grupo Mexico’s Guaymas facility after it spilled sulfuric acid in the Gulf of California.
Mexico environmental authority suspends transport firm facility
From the water vole to the Scottish wildcat, the dwindling numbers of Britain’s most at-risk animals are well documented. But now the alarm bell is sounding over a rather more overlooked endangered species: Green-fingered children.
Weeding, writing and arithmetic… why green fingers are good for our children
The green-jawed tube web spider, the southern emerald damselfly, the purple heron and other more than 50 species have been traveling to the UK in the last years because they are affected by climate change.
Global warming pushes insects, birds towards northern UK

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