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DHAKA (Reuters) -At least six Rohingya Muslims, including children, were killed and several others injured on Tuesday after heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding in refugee camps in southern Bangladesh, officials said.
(Reuters) - Cyprus. Cuba. Turkey. Canada. Northern Ireland. Antarctica. All recorded their hottest-ever temperatures in the last two years, and according to a new study, more such extremes are coming.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's conservative candidate to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor apologised on Sunday for laughing on a visit to a flood-stricken town last week, a gaffe that has hit his ratings two months before a federal election.
A comparison of global Covid-19 stimulus packages by the Finance Ministry shows that Malaysia’s government assistance is on par with that in developed countries.
ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - Russia plans to build its first batch of icebreakers that are powered by liquified natural gas, a top official said on Friday, returning to an idea that was put on hold.
BAD MUENSTEREIFEL, Germany (Reuters) - Bad Muenstereifel's transformation from picturesque but sleepy German tourist town into an outlet shopping centre put it on the map for millions of visitors.
Paris (AFP): What worries one of the world's leading climate scientists the most?
PUTRAJAYA: While facing challenges brought on by the pandemic, all parties must not lose sight of issues posed by climate change which can have long-lasting impact and threats on social well-being, economic development and global health, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (pic).
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Angela Merkel made clear on Thursday she would keep working on issues such as climate change till her last day as chancellor but, inscrutable as ever, gave little away about her plans once she leaves office after a September 26 election.
NAPLES (Reuters) -Environment and energy ministers from the Group of 20 rich nations were making little progress on Thursday on how to reach climate goals, officials said, with a cluster of countries resisting any firm commitments.