Melissa Mollen Dupuis watched from the sidelines as Greta Thunberg, the teenage Swedish climate activist, led hundreds of thousands of protesters in a climate strike through central Montreal last month.
Scandal on all sides as Canada heads for ‘election of discontent’
For Samson Berhane, the news that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed had won the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize was deeply personal.
Son, father reunited, like many under Nobel winner Abiy's peace deal
According to a new research in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens, rotavirus infection may play a role in the development of type 1 diabetes.
Say ‘yes’ to rotavirus vaccination to save your child from type 1 diabetes
Hospitals in rural and coastal Britain are struggling to recruit senior medical staff, leaving many worryingly ‘under-doctored’, a major new report seen exclusively by the Observer revealed.
New report reveals alarming shortage of doctors in UK
Scholars were unsure about the exact foundation date of the four-kilometer-long city wall in Jerash (ancient Gerasa), Jordan, noted an Australian archeology professor.
Scholar traces foundation of Jerash walls in Jordan
Australia will invest A$1 billion ($678.70 million) to revamp water infrastructure in rural and regional communities in the drought-stricken New South Wales.
Australia to invest $680 million in dams for drought-stricken region
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, UN Champion of Earth, went plogging at Mamallpuram beach at sunrise. In Mumbai, over 500 did the same, as they have been doing for over 200 weeks.
Hundreds participate in Mumbai beach clean-up
More than 300 scientists have endorsed a civil disobedience campaign aimed at forcing governments to take rapid action to tackle climate change, warning that failure could inflict “incalculable human suffering.”
Scientists endorse mass civil disobedience to force climate action
Police will be unable to arrest suspects wanted abroad in the event of a no-deal Brexit and have been pressing the government for months to plug a loophole in the law, the officer in charge of no-deal planning for police chiefs said.
No-deal Brexit 'would leave police unable to arrest those wanted abroad'
One of France's most wanted men has been arrested in Scotland, eight years after vanishing without trace following the murder of his wife and four children.
Frenchman wanted for family's murder arrested after eight-year hunt

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