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LONDON/WASHINGTON/GENEVA (Reuters) - Climate change may be having its day in court.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thomas Boone has spent 22 years as a police officer in Prince George's County, Maryland, a predominantly Black suburb of Washington, proudly wearing his uniform and driving his patrol car to coach kids' football and basketball teams.
PETALING JAYA: It’s all systems go for the country’s higher education institutions as they wait to welcome students again after face-to-face learning came to a halt when the movement control order (MCO) was announced on March 18.
PETALING JAYA: Felda United are riding high on confidence ahead of the Super League. After living up to their Fighters nickname to avoid relegation by finishing 10th last season, they are now looking with renewed vigour to finish at least in the top five.
GABORONE (Reuters) - The number of elephants found dead in Botswana's Okavango Panhandle has risen to 275 from 154 reported two weeks ago, the government said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Alex George walks to work in southeast London with a pack of sensors strapped to his back, one of an army of volunteers gathering data that experts say suggest pollution levels may be bouncing back as coronavirus lockdowns ease.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain and the European Union (EU) failed to make progress in talks on post-Brexit relations this week due to major differences and called off a one-on-one meeting between their chief negotiators, officials said on Thursday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's suspended athletics federation said on Thursday it had missed a July 1 deadline to pay $5 million of a fine to World Athletics, jeopardising the chances of its track and field athletes being able to compete internationally as neutrals.
HONG KONG (AFP): China's new security law has sent fear coursing through many Hong Kong residents, but the city's commercial community has largely embraced it as a way to get back to doing business.
NAIROBI, (Reuters) - Eat them, poison them, and use scent to drive them to cannibalism - as a second wave of locusts threatens to devour East Africa's crops, scientists in a Nairobi lab are experimenting with novel ways to kill them.