Two Asiatic cheetahs have been spotted in a wildlife refuge in Iran’s Mazandaran Province.
Two Asiatic cheetahs spotted in wildlife refuge in Iran
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan Khalaf Khalafov said on Wednesday that the issue of distribution of deep basins of the southern and central Caspian Sea still remains unresolved.
Distribution of deep basins of southern, central Caspian Sea still unresolved: Azeri official
The World Health Organization said for the first time on Wednesday that it now sees the coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic.
COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic, WHO says
The Amazon rainforest is nearing a threshold which, once crossed, would see one of the world's largest and richest ecosystems morph into arid savannah within half-a-century, scientists said.
Close to tipping point, Amazon could collapse in 50 years
Lawyers for disgraced Cardinal George Pell claimed on Wednesday he remains behind bars for child sex abuse based on "wrong" and "egregious" legal decisions, as they concluded a last-ditch appeal in Australia's top court.
Cardinal Pell lawyers say conviction 'wrong'
Days before the first anniversary of a shooting in Christchurch that killed 51 Muslim worshippers, a post appeared on an encrypted messaging app showing a balaclava-clad man outside one of the attacked mosques with a threat and a gun emoji.
One year after mosque massacre, New Zealand is fighting rising hate
Millions of girls have been able to avoid “an unwanted marriage and an unwelcome end to their childhood”, since the launch of a joint UN agency program four years ago, the head of the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said.
UN program to help spare millions from child marriage extended to 2023
After declining for most of the last decade, hunger is once again on the rise around the world, and climate change is a primary cause. Over 820 million people suffered from hunger in 2018, the greatest number since 2010 according to findings from a new World Meteorological Organization report released.
Climate crisis is disrupting life for millions, report finds
New rules could spell the death of a "throwaway" culture in which products are bought, used briefly, then binned.
New rules could spell end of 'throwaway culture'
The jailing of a Vietnamese blogger for 10 years was condemned by rights groups on Tuesday as "unacceptable" and an attack on free speech.
Rights groups condemn 10-year jail term for Vietnam blogger

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