We live in a society where age segregation is on the rise.
Children in care homes make ‘residents feel more human'
What tells you most about a society is how it treats its poor and vulnerable, the UN special rapporteur on poverty and human rights, Philip Alston, told a packed public meeting held in the UK’s poorest neighborhood on Sunday.
UN envoy says UK can help all who hit hard times
The ice sheets of Antarctica could be hiding the remains of a long-lost continent, according to satellite data collected by the European Space Agency (ESA).
Ancient continent discovered beneath the ice of Antarctica
Deadly wildfires such as those raging in northern and southern California have become more common across the state and elsewhere in the world in recent years. AFP talked to scientists about the ways in which climate change can make them worse.
Ways in which climate change can make wildfires worse
Top oil and gas companies jointly spent around one percent of their 2018 budgets on clean energy, but investments by Europe’s giants vastly outpaced their US and Asian rivals, a study showed.
Big Oil spent one percent on green energy in 2018
Australia’s most populous state of New South Wales outlined plans on Monday to speed development of A$2.6 billion ($1.9 billion) worth of transmission capacity to hook up more wind and solar power.
Australian state looks to beef up grid for solar, wind power
A woman was arrested in Queensland, Australia, in connection with the ‘strawberry scare’ where sewing needles were found hidden inside fruit.
Woman arrested in Queensland in connection with strawberry scare
Thousands of people staged a rally in the Italian capital, Rome, to protest against racism and a proposed law on immigration.
Thousands of Italians march against immigration policies in Rome
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday said that Pakistan will learn from China's model for the poverty alleviation in the country, media reported.
PM: Pakistan will learn from China’s model for alleviating poverty

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