UNESCO declares borshch protected Ukrainian heritage at risk from Russian invasion

yahoo.com Ukraine claimed victory in an age-old culinary dispute with Russia on Friday after the United Nations' cultural agency placed a traditional beetroot soup on its list of protected Ukrainian cultural heritage. ...

Timeline: Hong Kong under 25 years of Chinese rule

apnews.com HONG KONG (AP) — The following are key events in the history of Hong Kong, which marked the 25th anniversary of its handover from British to Chinese rule on Friday.China had promised the territory could retain its...

and chaos

apnews.com JERUSALEM (AP) — At a tourism conference in Phuket last month, Thailand’s prime minister looked out at attendees and posed a question with a predictable answer.“Are you ready?” Prayuth Chan-ocha asked, dramatically...

Dutch Farmers Livid Over EU's 'Green' Nitrogen Rule Block Border Between Holland And Germany

zerohedge.com Dutch Farmers Livid Over EU's 'Green' Nitrogen Rule Block Border Between Holland And Germany Thousands of tractor-driving Dutch protesters came out this week to continue demonstrations against the...

Climate change hopelessness is a real condition

cnbc.com Climate anxiety is a mental health condition that can take time to address, psychologist says. Thomas Doherty is an environmental psychologist who specializes in the intersection of psychology and environmental...

Supreme Court ruling casts cloud over U.S. leadership in global climate fight

investing.com By Michelle Nichols and Kate Abnett UNITED NATIONS -A Supreme Court ruling on Thursday limiting Washington's authority to reduce carbon output from power plants will hurt global efforts to fight climate change by...

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apnews.com MADRID (AP) — The Latest on the final day of the NATO summit in Madrid:___Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government will increase Canada's troop presence in Latvia as part of NATO’s commitment to...

Six killed in Sudan as protesters rally on uprising anniversary

investing.com KHARTOUM -Six protesters were shot dead in Sudan on Thursday, medics said, as large crowds took to the streets despite heavy security and a communications blackout to rally against the military leadership that...

EU says it may not be possible to cross finish line on Iran nuclear deal

investing.com By Michelle Nichols and Arshad Mohammed UNITED NATIONS -Major Western powers wrung their hands on Thursday at American and Iranian diplomats' failure to revive a 2015 nuclear deal, with the European Union saying it...

How North Korea Used Crypto to Hack Its Way Through the Pandemic

nytimes.com North Korea's economy has been ravaged by United Nations sanctions and the coronavirus pandemic. The country has conducted more missile tests this year than in any previous year. The government is giving new luxury...

U.S. Supreme Court limits federal power to curb carbon emissions

investing.com By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON -The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday imposed limits on the federal government's authority to issue sweeping regulations to reduce carbon emissions from power plants in a ruling that will...

Putin's preposterously long table at Kremlin dwarfed by gigantic table at a summit he attended in Turkmenistan

businessinsider.com The Russian president previously met with Emmanuel Macron and the United Nations chief at opposite ends of a 13-foot-long table.

Supreme Court limits EPA in curbing power plant emissions

apnews.com WASHINGTON (AP) — In a blow to the fight against climate change, the Supreme Court on Thursday limited how the nation’s main anti-air pollution law can be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.By...

North Korean Hackers to Be Held Accountable for $100M Harmony Hack

investing.com North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, might have another explosive idea in his mind, as the infamous North Korean hackers by the name of Lazarus Group have struck again. This time, the hackers used Harmony’s Horizon...

The Supreme Court just seriously limited the government’s ability to fight climate change

fastcompany.com In a new ruling, the Supreme Court sharply limited the EPA’s power to regulate power plant emissions (or potentially any major regulations at all). To avoid the worst impacts of climate change, the world has less...