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Noise pollution poses a long-term risk to tree populations and plant diversity that may persist even after the sources of excess noise are removed.
With Ramadan bazaars allowed again this year, all food handlers, whether stall operators or home-based, should remember to get vaccinated against this infectious disease.
'I have immediately isolated myself and will be under home quarantine,' she told her 50 million-strong Instagram followers.
The Louvre museum in Paris has put nearly half a million items from its collection online
A soprano singer in Kosovo offers hope and comfort as she dons protective gear and volunteers at a clinic for Covid-10 patients.
Power in the written word: a selection of poetry to ponder on the pandemic and what lies ahead
The writer celebrates his friend and fellow doctor Rozali Wathooth whose dedication to his patients is legendary.
Hagar to Valheim: here are five things to know about Vikings
The word has been on everyone's lips, heralding a new solution for dressing greener. Described as "recycling from the top", upcycling is said to be an even more ethical and green approach than second hand.
Demand for pets has skyrocketed, and the downside is that dognapping, which has long been a million-dollar business, is said to be on the increase too.