Today: July 23, 2024
Today: July 23, 2024

Caribbean braces for economic punch after season's deadly first hurricane

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FILE PHOTO: Hurricane Beryl approaches Jamaica
July 09, 2024
Sarah Morland - Reuters

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Amid humanitarian crisis and ongoing fighting, Africa’s war-scarred Sahel region faces new threat: Ethno-mercenaries

Outside fighters are not merely mercenaries – they are participants in a deeply rooted, historically complex struggle for resources.

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Bugs thrive in urban Los Angeles – volunteers’ traps reveal biodiversity hot spots for city insects and spiders

City life can mean lots of pavement and habitat loss. But many bug species are hanging on, especially in neighborhoods with steady temperatures near the mountains.

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Buses weren’t the only civil rights battleground in Montgomery – the city’s parks still reflect a history of segregation

Montgomery once closed all of its parks rather than desegregate them. Today, the city’s long history of racial inequality is still reflected in the state of its parks and green spaces.

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Violence against Brazil's Indigenous people unabated under Lula, report says

Violence against Brazil's Indigenous people unabated under Lula, report says
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Wildfires plague the West amid a scorching heat wave and high winds

Wildfires plague the West amid a scorching heat wave and high winds
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Residents of eastern Canadian community menaced by wildfire can return home

Residents of eastern Canadian community menaced by wildfire can return home
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Scientists discover ‘dark’ oxygen being produced more than 13,000 feet below the ocean surface

Scientists discover ‘dark’ oxygen being produced more than 13,000 feet below the ocean surface