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World on track to miss emissions ‘turning point’ for tackling climate change
The world is not on track to meet the greenhouse gas ‘turning point’ required to avoid the most catastrophic impacts of climate change, experts have warned.
Analysis: World to miss 2020 climate 'turning point'
The world is on course to miss its ‘best chance’ of preventing runaway climate change by ensuring global greenhouse gas emissions peak in 2020, researchers warned Tuesday.
World Health Organization lists ‘vaccine hesitancy’ as a global health threat
Vaccine hesitancy, where people are reluctant or refuse to have themselves or their children vaccinated, is a growing trend among those fearing negative health outcomes from immunizations, such as the (non-existent) risk of autism.
NASA prepares to explore most distant world ever probed by humankind
Scientists at NASA are preparing for a flyby of Ultima Thule, the most distant part of the universe ever to be explored by humankind
Sue, world-famous T. rex, gets a new lair in Chicago
Sue, the largest, most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex ever unearthed, gets to show off its new lair this week at the Field Museum in Chicago.
Rose misses world number one spot by one stroke
Justin Rose missed out on a return to the top of the Official World Golf Ranking by one stroke after carding the worst round of his weekend at the Indonesian Masters.
World Cup heartache motivates Iran’s Cheshmi to fight for Asian cup title
Iran defender Roozbeh Cheshmi admitted the injury he suffered after the first game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia that subsequently ruled him out of the tournament motivates him to fight even harder for the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 title.
How chickens took over world
A study of chicken bones dug up at London archaeological sites shows how the bird we know today has altered beyond recognition from its ancestors.
Five strange Christmas traditions from around the world
It’s no secret that we’re nuts for Christmas traditions, decorating our house from wall to wall and immersing ourselves in celebrations. Here are five strange Christmas traditions from around the world, according to newsfirst.lk.
What oil at $50 a barrel means for world economy
Just a couple of months ago, major oil trading houses were predicting the return of $100 crude. Now, with oil prices at half that level, here’s a look at what the slump means for the world economy.
World has no capacity to absorb new fossil fuel plants, warns IEA
The world has so many existing fossil fuel projects that it cannot afford to build any more polluting infrastructure without busting international climate change goals, the global energy watchdog has warned.
Pak health experts invent world's first anti-microbial technology
Pakistani health experts have invented world's first anti-microbial technology in collaboration with Protector Health Hygiene.
World must stop arms sales to Saudi to end Yemen war: Analyst
The world should stop its arms sales to Saudi Arabia if it is serious about ending the dire humanitarian situation in Yemen, says a political analyst.
World Heritage sites threatened by climate change: Study
Dozens of UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Mediterranean such as Venice, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Medieval City of Rhodes are under severe threat of coastal erosion and flooding due to rising sea levels within the next 100 years, a study has warned.

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