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In a move that shocked environmentalists, the state government of Mato Grosso has given up a legal battle to protect a state park located in one of the Brazilian Amazon's most biodiverse areas. The … more
Hundreds of thousands of spectators are lining Amsterdam’s historic canals to celebrate Canal Parade. A flotilla of 80 brightly decorated boats representing rights groups, bars, clothing brands and … more
French environmentalists are working around the clock to try and feed a dangerously thin Beluga whale that has strayed into the Seine River. So far, they've been unsuccessful. Marine conservation … more
Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip are exchanging fire in the worst bout of cross-border violence since an 11-day war between Israel and Hamas last year. Israeli airstrikes killed 11 … more
Round-the-clock pumping slightly lowered the level of water inside the flooded shafts of a coal mine where 10 miners were trapped in northern Mexico, but two days after a collapse it remained too … more
British health authorities say the monkeypox outbreak across the country may be peaking and that the epidemic’s growth rate has slowed. In a statement on Friday, the U.K.’s Health Security Agency … more
French environmentalists are hoping to feed a catch of herring to a worryingly thin Beluga whale that has strayed far from its Arctic habitat into the Seine River. They fear that the ethereal white … more
French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne has warned that France is facing the “most severe drought” ever recorded in the country and announced the activation of a government crisis unit. Borne said … more
A British court has rejected a request from the parents of a comatose boy to allow them to move their son to a hospice when hospital doctors withdraw his life-support treatment. Barring any further … more
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