Scientists in Antarctica have recorded a new record temperature of 20.75°C, breaking the barrier of 20°C for the first time on the continent, a researcher said.
Antarctica registers record temperature of over 20°C
Using archives of satellite imaging data, a study in Frontiers in Earth Science has conducted the most in-depth study of China's intertidal wetlands to date and found a 37.62 percent decrease in area between 1970 and 2015.
Satellite image data reveals rapid decline of China's intertidal wetlands
India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is projected to suffer a major defeat in state legislative elections in Delhi.
India’s ruling party headed for possible defeat in key state elections
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is set to approve a prohibitively expensive bridge construction project as part of a broader strategy of sabotaging the prospects for Scottish independence.
Johnson tries to save union with an expensive bridge
China has ordered three foreign journalists of the Wall Street Journal to leave the country over an opinion piece it said was "racist."
China expels WSJ journalists for article it deemed racist
Hepatitis, appendicitis and viral meningitis are among the serious complications that can occur when you get the measles, doctors warned in a new report.
Measles complications can affect every organ: Study
Indonesia’s finance minister proposed on Wednesday new duties on sweetened drinks, vehicles that emit carbon dioxide and plastic bags, to control consumption of the products in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.
Indonesia proposes to tax sweet drinks, polluting cars, plastic
The UK government is to spend £1.2 billion to develop the world’s most powerful weather and climate supercomputer to help predict disruption and inform Britain’s response to climate change.
UK Met Office to plough £1.2b into weather supercomputer

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