Environmentalists fear Northern Ireland could be left behind when it comes to protecting important species and habitats after Brexit.
Environmental rules in Northern Ireland 'at risk' after Brexit
Seals waddling along the waterfront were once a common sight in Baku Bay, the Caspian Sea home of Azerbaijan's capital.
Caspian Sea faces pollution threat
Georgina Elliot, 21, is living with Crohn's disease and posts videos to YouTube documenting her experiences.
Crohn's sufferer: 'I've been asked to show my colostomy bag to prove my condition'
The American woman who conspired with her friend and a homeless veteran to receive thousands in a GoFundMe scheme pleaded guilty to state charges.
Woman at center of GoFundMe scam pleads guilty
The countdown is on bags in News Zealand for businesses to wave goodbye to plastic, but some say the country's leftover bags could all be sent to landfill — there's no other use for them.
Concerns leftover plastic bags could be sent to the landfill after bag ban
Japan’s greenhouse gas emissions dropped 1.2 percent to an eight-year low in the financial year ended March 31, 2018, government figures showed on Tuesday, due to an increased use of renewable energy and higher utilization of nuclear plants.
Japan's 2017/18 CO2 emissions drop to 8-year low
The number of measles cases worldwide has nearly quadrupled in the first quarter of 2019 to 112,163 against the same period last year, the World Health Organization (WHO) says, citing provisional data.
Measles cases rose nearly four-fold in first quarter 2019: WHO
Christians in the cyclone-devastated Mozambican town of Buzi on Sunday celebrated Palm Sunday among ruins – a month after Cyclone Idai tore through the country leaving a trail of destruction.
Mozambique town marks Palm Sunday amid cyclone ruins
Police could target areas of London which data has predicted as future hotspots of fatal stabbings, a study suggests.
How police could 'predict' fatal knife attacks
The European Union’s bid to overhaul its two-decade old copyright rules cleared its final hurdle on Monday as EU governments backed the move forcing Google to pay publishers for news snippets and Facebook to filter out protected content.
EU countries back copyright reform targeting Google, Facebook

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