On World Earth Day millions of people get together to discuss environmental issues such as deforestation, pollution, over-population, depletion of ozone layer and the ever concerning topic of climate change.
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The World Health Organization said Friday it "strongly recommended" Pfizer's Covid-19 antiviral pill Paxlovid for patients with milder forms of the disease who were still at a high risk of hospitalisation.
Russia on Thursday slapped travel bans on US Vice President Kamala Harris, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg and dozens of prominent Americans and Canadians in retaliation for sanctions imposed over Ukraine.
Using a craft gun to shoot yarn through a fabric screen, Nora Peng puts the finishing touches on a rug in the shape of a corgi's bottom -- the perfect stress-relieving hobby for her frantic days.
Russia says it has "liberated" the city, with just a few thousand Ukrainian soldiers left in the Azovstal plant complex, where thousands more civilians are also believed to have taken refuge.
Taiwan is developing missiles that can attack enemy air bases and bring down cruise missiles, and drones that can target their firing locations, according to a report by the military-owned body making the weapons.
“Happy Birthday Your Majesty! Today, as The Queen turns 96, we’re sharing this photograph taken when she was 2-years-old,” read the caption.
On April 23, Saturn, Mars, Venus and Jupiter will all be visible above the horizon in the early morning hours in the northern hemisphere.
Australia will not challenge Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to the United States and has confidence in the British judicial system, a senior government minister said Thursday.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said any peace talks over Ukraine are likely to fail, as he compared holding talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin to negotiating with a crocodile.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is being honoured with a Barbie doll in her likeness to mark her Platinum Jubilee this year.
Palestinian militants in Gaza fired a rocket into Israel on Wednesday, the army said, as tensions soared with police in Jerusalem blocking Jewish ultra-nationalist protesters from approaching the Old City's Muslim quarter.
India has enough coal stocks to meet more than 30 days of demands and there is no need to panic, Government sources told ANI.
Akshay Kumar apologized after trolls and reactions from fans over his support of the brand, Vimal Elaichi. After appearing in an ad, he joined Vimal as a brand ambassador.
Actor Sam Heughan shared a charming scene from the film where Priyanka is seen sharing a cosy moment with the actor.
Netflix shares lost a quarter of their value Tuesday after the company revealed its ranks of subscribers shrank in the first quarter of this year.
US President Joe Biden seems increasingly determined to keep the "terrorist" designation on Iran's Revolutionary Guards, which Tehran is demanding be removed before it returns to a deal on curbing its nuclear program.
The Pentagon said that Ukraine had recently received fighter planes and parts to bolster its air force, declining to specify the number of aircraft and their origin.
Elon Musk is willing to invest between $10 billion and $15 billion of his own money to take Twitter Inc private, the New York Post reported on Tuesday, citing two sources familiar with the matter.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken urged Israeli and Palestinian leaders Tuesday to "end the cycle of violence" after a sharp escalation in tensions between the two sides in recent days.