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Delhi gets its first smog tower to tackle air pollution
India’s capital has launched a pilot project to tackle its smog problem. New Delhi’s first-ever smog tower will begin operating on Jan. 3, the Hindustan Times newspaper reported. The massive 20-feet-tall air-purifier has been installed at South Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar market, which sees an average footfall of 15,000 people every day, the report said.
Climate change matter of war and peace: German FM
Germany's Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas made a rallying cry for countries to tackle climate change during his speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.
EU to tackle dollar dominance in energy trade
The European Union has convened a wide-ranging industrial group to work on promoting the euro and fighting the monopoly of the US dollar in oil and commodities trading, reflecting broader tensions with Washington over trade and sanctions.
How retraining refugees in UK could help tackle NHS staffing crisis
When Horani Othman emigrated with his family family from Syria to the UK in 2012, he arrived in there not knowing how he would make ends meet.
Japanese firms tackle epidemic of sleeplessness
Imagine working for an employer who, aware that you are probably not sleeping enough at night, allows you to down tools and nap as part of your regular work duties — and not just forty winks at your desk, but a restorative snooze in a quiet room.
UK to tackle loneliness crisis with £11.5m cash injection
A coffee caravan in rural Suffolk, furniture restoration projects for men and organized rambles for the recently bereaved are among more than a hundred initiatives being backed with a £11.5-million fund to tackle Britain’s epidemic of loneliness.
Rise in prison suicides in UK prompts calls to tackle overcrowding
The number of suicides among prisoners in the UK this year has already exceeded 2017’s death toll, prompting penal reform campaigners to renew calls for urgent action to tackle overcrowding.
German parties agree on immigration law to tackle labor shortages
Germany’s coalition parties agreed on a new immigration law on Tuesday to attract more skilled workers from countries outside the European Union (EU), in a politically risky push to fill a record number of job vacancies and stabilize the public pension system.
Pygmies, masters of forest, tackle tough lifestyle changes
Just back from the hunt with a choice selection of plants, Ebona feels at home in the endless forest where many Gabonese fear to tread.
UK urged to do more to tackle high rates of child slavery
A member of the British Parliament has called for more action to tackle the high rates of child slavery in the United Kingdom as the government ramps up efforts to deal with sex trafficking of girls and gangs' use of children as drug mules.
Scientists tackle sound of leaky faucet
Why is the sound of a leaky faucet so loud and annoying? Scientists finally have an answer — and a solution.
UK to launch new radar in north to tackle 'severe threat from Russia'
The British defense secretary says a new radar facility will soon be fully operated on the UK’s most northerly inhabited island to tackle what he described as “severe and real threat from Russia.”
Iran facing race against time to tackle water crisis
Some major Iranian cities are facing water rationing and other mandatory restrictions if the worst dry spell in more than 50 years persists.
OFAs could tackle damage caused by air pollution
Supplements of healthy fats could be an immediate way of cutting the harm caused to billions around the world by air pollution, according to emerging research.

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