Current carbon-cutting plans from nations would lead the world to climate catastrophe, says the UN.
Scientists in Singapore are using the popular building block in an effort to rejuvenate its reefs.
She will lose her royal status and has declined a $1.3m payment for leaving the family.
Gen Burhan also said he had taken the deposed prime minister to his house "for his own safety."
The legal wrangle has dragged on for seven years, since Russia annexed the peninsula from Ukraine.
A photographer captures a pipe pumping filtered sewage into Langstone Harbour in Hampshire.
The target controversially omits new short-term goals and cuts to fossil fuel industries.
The BBC’s Yogita Limaye witnesses first-hand the extreme poverty engulfing millions in Afghanistan.
All foreign travellers to the US will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test.
His space company Blue Origin hopes its venture will replace the International Space Station.
Astronomers have found hints of what could be the first planet ever to be discovered outside our galaxy.
Sascha Hüsges was badly injured when he rushed to help victims of the 2016 Christmas market attack.
The two sides have until 14 July 2022 to submit sworn testimony in the civil case, a US judge rules.
"I am not bending to anybody's demands," says the US comic of the transgender backlash he faces.
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