The only hint that something extraordinary lay inside the plain wooden drawer in an unassuming office behind Nairobi National Museum was a handwritten note stuck to the front: "Pull Carefully".
Hidden mysteries lie in wait inside Kenya's fossil treasury
Australia has signaled its commitment to stop exporting recyclable waste amid a pushback by regional neighbors including Indonesia and Malaysia.
Australian leaders agree to ban exporting recyclable waste
Almost 400 people more died in the Netherlands during Europe’s recent record-breaking heatwave than in a regular summer week, Dutch national statistics agency CBS said on Friday.
Heatwave caused nearly 3,000 deaths in Netherlands in a week: Stats agency
Isolated on an emerald green hunk of volcanic rock closer to Tokyo than Honolulu, people on the US territory of Guam like to joke that whatever happens on the mainland takes a long time to reach them.
Survivors allege clergy abuse on Catholic island of Guam
Food shortages, social disruption and riots. That’s the future 19-year-old Giovanni Tamacas envisioned during the 10 days he starved himself in the US capital in a hunger strike protest at the lack of action to thwart the climate crisis.
'People should be terrified': One teen's hunger strike over the climate crisis
The merciless dogfight between Mexican drug cartels produced its latest macabre spectacle with the discovery of 19 mutilated corpses — nine of them hung semi-naked from a bridge — in a city to the west of the capital.
Mexico cartel hangs bodies from city bridge in grisly show of force
Police arrested a man in body armor, with a loaded rifle and 100 rounds of ammunition, who walked into a Walmart store in Springfield, Missouri, on Thursday, alarming customers within in a week of back-to-back shootings that shocked the nation.
Man armed with loaded rifle, body armor arrested at Missouri Walmart
The Cameroonian men who share 10 mattresses on the floor of a third-floor apartment above a barber shop walk every morning to the busiest US border crossing with Mexico, hoping against all odds that it will be their lucky day to claim asylum in the United States. Their unlikely bet is that a sympathetic Mexican official will somehow find a spot for them.
In Mexico, thousands more names added to border wait lists
Dozens of people clutching bags full of plastic bottles and disposable cups queue at a busy bus terminal in the Indonesian city of Surabaya — where passengers can swap trash for travel tickets.
Trash for tickets on Indonesia's 'plastic bus'
The only hint that something extraordinary lay inside the plain wooden drawer in an unassuming office behind Nairobi National Museum was a handwritten note stuck to the front: "Pull Carefully".
Hidden mysteries lie in wait inside Kenya's fossil treasury

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