Countries must “call time” on coal-fired power, deforestation and new petrol cars if hopes of meeting the world’s toughest climate target are to be kept alive, the UK has warned. In little less than six months, the world is due to convene in Glasgow for a major summit
Venezuela’s socialist regime and the opposition backed by the United States are taking first steps toward talks leading to an eventual electoral solution to the country’s political crisis, but analysts say the road ahead won’t be an easy one, as distrust lingers over past attempts
During a House hearing about the attack on the US Capitol, US Rep. Andrew Clyde read from a prepared statement to take issue with people calling the assault “an insurrection.” “There was no insurrection,” the freshman Republican from Athens, Georgia, said.
The Central Vista Redevelopment Project in the heart of New Delhi has run into a sharp controversy, especially over its timing and continuing construction during the peak times of Covid19 in India. The project will see a complete revamp of India’s central and iconic
Michael Morpurgo is a big deal in my house. Both my children love his books, and because they have a whopping age gap of six years, I am able to enjoy his books with them twice. In an interview this week, he spoke about the darker themes in his children’s
I’ve noticed a slight shift in the way we’re talking about a vital issue, recently — the issue of male mental health and wellbeing. Broadcaster James O’Brien wrote yesterday about spending years full of “public school swagger”
Racism has saturated US society for so long that some people — including representatives in public office — continue to deny its existence. “Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country,” said Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., in response to President Joe Biden’s
Just six months after the last presidential election, ambitious Republicans are already busy laying the groundwork for the next one, visiting key states and hitting the fundraising circuit.