Dutch authorities have discovered 25 migrants stowed away inside a refrigerated container on a ferry bound for England.
Dozens of migrants found in refrigerated container on ferry
A white 16-year-old girl is accused of plotting to attack a mostly black church in a north Georgia city, where police said she had planned to kill worshippers because of their race.
Police: White teen girl aimed to attack black Georgia church
Before he flew to Thailand on a fake Bangladeshi passport and then crossed into Malaysia, Mohammed Imran was one of the most influential Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. He headed an 18,000-strong camp and represented them on the big stage.
Rohingya in Malaysia warn against fleeing from Bangladesh
Japan’s reluctance to disclose information about the release of radioactive water from its damaged Fukushima nuclear plant is hampering neighboring countries’ efforts to minimize the impact, the head of South Korea’s nuclear safety agency said on Wednesday.
South Korea nuclear regulator wants information on radioactive Fukushima water release
The world’s major fossil fuel producers are set to bust global environmental goals with excessive coal, oil and gas extraction in the next decade, the United Nations and research groups said on Wednesday in the latest warning over climate crisis.
Fossil fuel polluters set to bust global environmental goals
Metal copper from agricultural runoff and marine paint leaching from boat hulls poses an emerging threat to soft coral sea fans in the waters around Puerto Rico.
Metal pollution a new danger for corals in warming oceans
Climate change could directly cost the world economy $7.9 trillion by mid-century as increased drought, flooding and crop failures hamper growth and threaten infrastructure, new analysis showed Wednesday.
Climate impacts to cost world $7.9 trillion by 2050: Report
Five months before an ambush killed 39 colleagues, local workers at a Canadian-owned gold mine in Burkina Faso pleaded with managers to fly them to the site rather than go by a road that was prone to attacks, two people present at the meeting said.
Mine workers demanded more protection before deadly Burkina Faso attack
One cold night in October, Gerel Ganbaatar decided to stay with her parents in one of Mongolia's traditional ger communities on the outskirts of the capital — a decision which would prove fatal.
Mongolia's new 'cleaner' fuel linked to deaths, illness
A survey of over six thousand sub-Saharan households shows an estimated 39 percent experience severely unreliable access to food.
Access to food, nutrition more limited in sub-Saharan Africa than previously estimated

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