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UN weather agency seeks to confirm 48.8°C ‘record’ heat spike in Sicily
Digitalization Policies and Solutions to Build Back Transparent, Modern, and Efficient Port of Beirut
New Species of Resedaceae Found in Dehong, Yunnan
WMO Secretary-General remarks at IPCC Climate Change report launch
WMO: New climate report is clarion call for urgent action
Minor volcanic eruptions could ‘cascade’ into global catastrophe, experts warn
Eating more plant foods may lower heart disease risk in young adults, older women
Study Reveals Polarization Dynamics of Coastal Wetlands in Northeast Italy from 1984 to 2016
Li Beirut One Year On: Hopes of city rising again
G20 on Culture adopts Rome Declaration
Danube Limes added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List closing this year’s inscriptions
Scientists gather in Catalonia for large field campaign to study extreme weather
UNHCR warns of critical protection gaps for people on move in Sahel and East Africa
States Must Step Up Action to End Alarming Rise in Trafficking in Children
New finning report reveals Australia’s participation in unsustainable, global shark fin trade
G20 Culture Ministers’ Meeting to be held in Rome
Western Diet Linked to Increased Depression in Over 45s
Mastering management of tall fescue
On World Hepatitis Day, WHO calls to eliminate disease by 2030
Cultural sites in Africa, Arab Region, Asia, Europe, and Latin America inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List
Defence Secretary praises UK-France co-operation as RAF helicopters help Mali recovery mission
UK Carrier Strike Group conducts exercise with Republic of Singapore Navy
Complex marine forests collapsing into flat turf seascapes
International experts call for unified public health response to NAFLD and NASH epidemic
Anthropogenic climate change already affects production of marine plankton populations
UK Carrier Strike Group in Indo-Pacific
Research reports strong indications of freshened groundwater offshore Maltese Islands
Targeted removals and monitoring can help manage lionfish in Mediterranean
Who eats invaders?
International Travel Largely on Hold Despite Uptick in May
Escapist fiction – what we need right now
Home Secretary opening speech for Nationality & Borders Bill
Love thy neighbor: Research in Ireland to explore links between Judaism and Catholicism
UK Carrier Strike Group to exercise with Indo-Pacific partners
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Returns from Deployment, IKE CSG Earns Navy Unit Commendation
USS Thomas Hudner Returns from Deployment
Climate change to bring more intense storms across Europe
Archaeologists cracking Roman history along Dere Street, one of Britain’s oldest roads
UK Carrier Strike Group reaches Indian Ocean region
Naval Special Warfare Welcomes CQT Class 115; First Woman Operator
Positive steps needed to break ‘political stalemate’
COVID-19 pandemic leads to major backsliding on childhood vaccinations, new WHO, UNICEF data shows
Decline in routine childhood vaccinations, another pandemic fallout
Deaths soar on perilous maritime migration routes to Europe
‘Tear down inequalities’ to end COVID pandemic: UNAIDS
Sharks in Costa Brava: evidence of an ongoing decline
Deaths on Maritime Migration Routes to Europe Soar in First Half of 2021: IOM Brief
NATO Partners are invaluable assets to our security and our Alliance, underscores director of NATO International Military Staff