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Societyone month ago
People facing acute food insecurity reach 345 million worldwide: WFP
The number of people facing acute food insecurity worldwide has more than doubled to 345 million since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, conflict and climate change, WFP says.
People facing acute food insecurity reach 345 million worldwide: WFP
Moreone month ago
Around 1,500 people evacuated amid raging wildfire in northeast Spain
A large wildfire in drought-hit northeast Spain, which expanded alarmingly on Sunday, has forced the evacuation of eight villages and at least 1,500 people in Zaragoza province.
Around 1,500 people evacuated amid raging wildfire in northeast Spain
Foreign Policyone month ago
China suspends cooperation with US on several issues, sanctions Pelosi over Taiwan visit
China is set to end cooperation with the US on several key issues including climate change, anti-drug efforts, and military dialogue.
China suspends cooperation with US on several issues, sanctions Pelosi over Taiwan visit
Politics2 months ago
Biden says he has cancer, White House clarifies
Joe Biden said Wednesday he has cancer, forcing the White House to quickly clarify it was only a mistaken verb tense.
Biden says he has cancer, White House clarifies
More4 months ago
Millions stranded, dozens dead as deadly floods hit Bangladesh, India
Around two million have been stranded in northeast Bangladesh after rivers burst their banks and caused the worst flash floods in the country in past two decades, officials said.
Millions stranded, dozens dead as deadly floods hit Bangladesh, India
Society5 months ago
Climate change could cost US budget $2 trillion a year
The White House found the upper range of climate change's hit to the budget by the end of the century could total 7.1% annual revenue loss, equal to $2 trillion a year in today's dollars
Climate change could cost US budget $2 trillion a year
Society7 months ago
Sea level projected to rise a foot on US coasts by 2050
The US coastline is expected to experience up to a foot (30 centimeters) of sea-level rise by the year 2050 because of climate change, making damaging floods far more common than today, a US government study said Tuesday.
Sea level projected to rise a foot on US coasts by 2050
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