The UK Home Office is preparing to end the current system of family reunification for asylum-seeking children if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the Guardian learned.
UK Home Office planning to end family reunion for children after Brexit
As thousands of fires ravage the Amazon, the world’s largest rainforest, some indigenous tribes are turning to prayer in a bid to halt the destruction and protect their environment for future generations.
As fires ravage the Amazon, indigenous tribes pray for protection
China’s Belt and Road Initiative must bring cost-effective new low-carbon methods to developing countries and avoid outdated polluting technologies in order to ensure global climate goals are met, a new study said on Monday.
China Silk Road plan needs clean investment safeguards: Study
A man wielding a skewer and knife went on the rampage in the French city of Lyon, leaving a 19-year-old man dead and eight others injured, three of them critically.
One dead, eight wounded after suspected knife attack in France
Parents in Spain whose babies and toddlers developed abnormal body hair plan to sue a company that put a hair loss treatment into containers meant for a medicine, a mother of one of the children said.
Spainish children grow body hair from alleged drug mix-up
Smugglers are cramming up to 30 people on to small boats to cross the Channel from France to the UK, and children have been among those who have recently fallen overboard, campaigners revealed.
Channel smugglers cram 30 migrants into boats made for six
Southern African nations are threatening to quit the global wildlife trade regulator after it refused to relax restrictions on trade in ivory and rhino horn and imposed a near total ban on zoos taking African elephants captured in the wild.
Southern African nations threaten to quit wildlife trade monitor
Soon, Jamal's voice will no longer ring out over the mountain slopes he's roamed for years with his herd in northern Cyprus.
Hunger for concrete eats away at mountains
The plight of the dugong has been making headlines after two baby dugongs which were found alive and washed ashore in Krabi and Trang provinces, in Thailand, died recently. The increased awareness has brought Hollywood, actor, Leonardo DiCaprio to post the story on his social media, drawing much needed attention to Thailand’s dugongs.
The death of Southeast Asia’s dugongs
More than 3,000 secret graves containing victims of Mexico’s raging drug wars have been found across the country, according to the first ever official tally of the phenomenon.
Mexico uncovers 3,000 secret graves hiding bodies of drug war victims

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