In a strong message for action on climate change, Guterres said international political resolve was fading and it was the small island nations that were "really in the front line" and would suffer most.
It is disappointing that instead of taking rapid action to end the crisis surrounding the fires in the precious Amazon rainforest, leaders are engaged in mudslinging. The Amazon in South America
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Political history of independent India amply illustrates how street agitations have been used as a potent instrument by the opposition to create an anti-incumbency