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Japanese scientists take ‘significant step’ towards bringing prehistoric mammoths back to life
The last woolly mammoth populations died out just over 4,000 years ago, but the prehistoric giants could soon be back and plodding about just like they were during the ice age.
UK steps towards zero-carbon economy
The UK is taking a tentative step towards a radical ‘green’ future with zero emissions of greenhouse gases.
Planet at risk of heading towards irreversible 'hothouse' conditions
The world is at risk of entering ‘hothouse’ conditions where global average temperatures will be 4-5°C higher even if emissions reduction targets under a global climate deal are met, scientists said in a new study.
Hurricane Hector heading towards Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano
A major hurricane is cutting a path towards an active Hawaiian volcano where months of non-stop eruptions have already caused thousands to flee their homes.
UN moves towards recognizing human right to a healthy environment
It is time for the United Nations to formally recognize the right to a healthy environment, according to the world body’s chief investigator of murders, beatings and intimidation of environmental defenders.
Worldwide attitude towards gender change
A new Havas survey of more than 12,000 people in 32 countries revealed a shift in consumer attitudes towards gender.
Cassini: Saturn probe turns towards its death plunge
The international Cassini spacecraft at Saturn has executed the course correction that will send it to destruction at the end of the week.
UN cites 'duty of care towards environment' in peacetime and during war
To achieve the vision of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development of peace, prosperity and dignity for all on a healthy planet, it is essential to recognize the shared duty of care towards the environment in peacetime and during war, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.
the Leader: JCPOA showed US animosity towards Iran not ended
the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei here Saturday said both the US government and Congress have proven their enmity toward the Iranian nation.
Thailand shows way towards an HIV-Free world
Thailand has provided the world with an important milestone towards the global goal of ending pediatric AIDS. The World Health Organization declared that Thailand has officially eliminated new HIV infections among children.
Towards reviving universities of Muslim world
The Islamic civilization lays claim to the world’s oldest continually operational university. The University of Qarawiyyin was founded in Fes, Morocco, in ad 859, at the beginning of an Islamic Golden Age. Despite such auspicious beginnings, universities in the region are now in dire straits, as demonstrated by a report we have authored, released this week.

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